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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.

If the natural world as the Given Existence is considered to have a validity of inherent consequence, then the individual is responsible to any and every element of any given present circumstance. The Responsibility Ethic is the conformance of the activity, behavior and conduct of the individual, to Conservative, Spiritual and Ethical concepts as have been presented. Association as recognition, identity and context is a propensity to Correspondent Association based upon actual experience. If associative instructions for human action and conduct are not acquired vicariously, but arrived at by one's own experience, then that individual is responsible for that self, but only that self and not the actions of others.

The concept of the Conservative Spiritual Ethical Identity describes the manifestations of the consciousness of the individual, as associative processes which parallel and are to some degree accordant, with that which is realized by the experience of Enlightenment, which is a non-associative experience.

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