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      Logic of All

The All is called Condition, which is the physical world and universe. Condition is All that exists. Condition is the biological body as physical Incarnation and individualized embodiment. Condition is what we are born into. Condition is Conservative.

The Conservative Paradigm

The logic of All means altruism, the All before the one, the group before the individual, the Whole before the Part. All is defined as the opposite of One, said to mean self concerned, the self before others, individualism before community and a singleness of individual pre-dominance achieving the Metaphysical Ideal.

The Conservative Paradigm reflects the natural world and universe in which there is no known Excess & Profit other than human anomaly, and the economics of nature is Necessity & Subsistence. All natural change leaves conditions with a capacity of renewal to same or similar qualities precedent change.

The Conservative Paradigm refers to Indigenous cultures proceeding the introduction of Excess & Profit, which leads to Progressive Materialism and the devolution of Spirituality, replaced by Monotheistic Religion as the One perfect being to which all should aspire and worship.

The primary tenants of the Conservative Paradigm are Conservatism, Polytheism, Matriarchy, Socialism and Democracy.

Complimentary Opposition

Two forms of Opposition are described as Complimentary and Antithetical. Opposition is the distinction between a pre-existent state and the tandem state as changed, in which one state is opposed to another, such as a strong wind is opposed to a standing tree or winter to summer. Inherent to the Conservative Paradigm is Complimentary Opposition wherein natural transformation or destruction in opposition to any given pre-existent state or entity, is defined as complimentary to the promotion of the preservation, perpetuation and Indeterminate Existence of the natural world as a whole, by the continuous replacement and regeneration of each of its elements or parts, in identical or near like form.

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