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This Identity represents the individual who possesses a consciousness which incorporates the concepts which have been described as Conservative, Spiritual and Ethical, and which act as a context for the individual's pursuit of living. In terms of emotion, this Identity is characterized by the Equipolent Emotional Dynamic. Consequential Values which result from the perspective of Complimentary Opposition, the Equivalency Principle and Unified Consequence, may produce a non-antagonistic emotional make-up, in which Consequential Value is not dichotomized into positive/negative antagonisms with accordant love/hate polarities. Consequential Value is unified, which means that Opposition as natural change is considered as Conservative and Complimentary. This is like the heat of the sun compliments the cold of space wherein the rotation of the earth produces the a mean between. All aspects of the natural world are of equal consequence, and thus emotional response tends to correspond to present circumstance, by Correspondent Association as opposed to bipolar stereotypes.

The Identity Determinant represents how the individual determines the identity of the self. The Unified Identity means the individual is unified with the environment of the natural world. What is of consequence to the well being of that environment is of consequence to the individual. The self-identity is unified in the manifestation of any given present circumstance. This means that the individual may be defined by natural reality, such as a name may be given for the kind of day which someone is born, such as Big Wind. The individual defines the self in terms of a relationship to one's environment both natural and human created. The identity of the individual could be said to be a composite of the experience one has, which to a great extent determines the content of one's knowledge. This content could be said to be determined by the experience of life as pursued, and as given by circumstances of what happens as a relationship. This relationship may produce an individual who is not dependent for personal worth and consequence upon the consent of others and social institutions. The individual is inclined to rely on one's own knowledge gained from personal experience and tested in the reality of living.

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