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The Dyadic Authoritative Comparative is an intellectual scheme and does not account for Emotion, as attachments and sentimentalities, that do not necessarily correspond to the inferior/superior model. Thus Emotion is distinguished from Natural Affection, as the natural sensory accordance between the sensory system and physical reality. One may love junk, like an old beat-up car, because it accords to associations of past-life, like a family now gone and has a certain feel, style, smell and sound, simplicity etc. These last are Natural Affection, as primarily immediate sensory response. Emotion is defined as the sensory response to what the individual considers to be of Consequence. Thus if one's own car is smashed, one may become quite upset, while if a stranger's car is smashed the individual is unaffected. When Consequence is determined by the method called the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative, then Emotional response would correspond to the numerical degree of Consequence.

This would be like the difference in emotional response between a cheap and an expensive teacup being broken. Thus Emotion is explained as the attachment of intellectual values as associational Consequence, to natural sensory feelings which modifies the natural response. Emotion based on the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative is polarized into Positive and Negative values, which accord to hatred for inferiorities and love of superiorities. Emotion cannot be considered as an honest assessment of the validity of any truism, because Emotion is easily manipulated by intellectual lies and deceit.


In real terms, the values of the Progressive Material Volitional Identity is progressive development, which produces great degrees of Volition, especially for the elite. This Volition is exampled by modern technological living standards. It also produces a primarily progressive personality, which always must create and possess physical property and material assets, in order to have worth and self esteem.