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The Antipodal Associative Paradigm
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The Antipodal Associative Paradigm is a structure for descriptive association, contained in the memory, which corresponds to the hierarchical scale of the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative, or degrees of consequence between opposites of a same class. This is like any given subject rated from one to ten, or as the vacation was rated a seven. The Dyadic Authoritative Comparative is a scale of Numerical Evaluation as incremental degrees between Antithetical Opposites, negative and positive or as one to ten.

In physiological and sociological form, the Antipodal Associative Paradigm is the associative reflection of the Hierarchical Arrangement and is illustrated in the real world by any Class or Caste System. In a system of material values where volitional abilities equate to the utilization of material, animal and human resources, a hierarchy of consequence is necessary as a method of controlling what can be transformed and destroyed, the utilization of material and labor, and the distribution of Excess and Profit. Standards are created in which states and entities by comparison are assessed value and consequence. The Hierarchical Arrangement as described here represents an archetypal system. However the conception of the Antipodal Associative Paradigm may be unconscious and varies from person to person, which is termed the Transitive Reference.

The Dyadic Authoritative Comparative is derived from the polarization of Consequential Value which is inherent to the creation or adoption of Progressive Materialism. The human sensory system naturally distinguishes between degrees of opposing attributes like something between sweet and sour, hard and soft or hot and cold. When Amorphous Sensations become associated with opposing values, such as feelings of love associated with capitalism and feelings of hate with socialism, or angels, clouds and perfect bliss associated with heaven, fire and brimstone associated with hell -

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