The Liberal personality has the propensity to assess consequence from the bottom, and thus they tend to be more modest and identify with the lower end of the social scale though they generally are of the middle class.
The Transitive Comparative represents the the individual's personal
conception of the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative, in which the attributes for Comparative Base and can be different for various persons, because of the different awareness of the cultural status levels and the class system. For instance the Additory Base can be Lower Middle instead of Untouchable or lower and the Subtractive Base may mean Middle or upper-middle instead of Elite.
Following on the Transitive Comparative, the Inner Hierarchy is that various class categories may have contained within them the entire scale or hierarchal arrangement of the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative. An individual may believe the Untouchable Class is the bottom of the Dyadic Authoritative scale and the top of lower middle class is elite being unaware of middle, upper middle and elite social classes.
Alternate Polarities are alternative Metaphysical Ideals to the established and institutionalized values and standards. New Metaphysical Ideals are such things as new religions, social movements like ecology, political organizations as revolutionaries or localized clubs with specific agendas as art interests or hate groups. They retain the elements of the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative because they remain progressive. The attributes change but the dynamic of the Positive and Negative Comparative Base
DYADIC AUTHORITATIVE COMPARATIVE (5 of 5)