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The individual must progress toward and correspond to the standards of the Dyadic Moral Obligation and is assessed value and consequence based upon the degree of correspondence. Dyadic Moral Obligations vary, from standards based on religion as Buddha or Christ-like, to Monarchy as king or queen-like. Because these authorities are subjective, they must be enforced by the threat of punishment, both this and other worldly, and promoted by the vehicle of Private Property, which serves both as reward and private refuge for one's own individual convictions.


The Proto Identity represents the various aspects of the human personality such as are inherent to the individual as born, absent the conditioning of experience. These aspects are propensities to physical, intellectual and emotional characteristics based upon genetics, chemistry, even astrological make-up, which is independent and can be distinguished from the conditioning of the individual's environment, as what is learned from personal experience in relationship with the total reality.

Resident Identity represents the individual as a composite of the various foregoing concepts illustrated, as more or less archetypal models divided between the Conservative Spiritual Ethical and Progressive Material Volitional perspectives. These composites as the conditioned or adopted values of the individual, are used as a vehicle to explain some of the aspects and manifestations of human behavior and psychology. These two perspectives represent the theory of Any Age Authority, as inherent to all ages and times of the human condition, in the planetary existence as we know it. This theory and concepts are based upon intellectual posits, as the reasoning of the mind based upon more or less universal attributes of existence. However the intellectual values held by the individual, influence and determine the sensory or emotional character and make-up of the human personality.

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