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As nothing is safe and sacrosanct, the means by which protection, primarily for humans is achieved, is the system of conduct described here as what is commonly known as Morality, wherein the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative is used as a means of evaluation. Because varying cultures, social institutions or religions have varying Metaphysical Ideals or Extra Mundane Authorities and accordant opposites, the specific values vary, while the archetypal Dyadic Authoritative Comparative is universal to the progressive system. Individuals, mineral and vegetable entities are treated relative to their place on the scale of the dyadic authoritative. Those or that which most closely corresponds to progressed ideals, enjoy the greatest respect, advantages, favoritism, sanctity, desirability or status, such as a church, millionaire, movie star, surgeon or big-time museums. Those or that least in correspondence, gets the least respect or protection, is subject to prejudice or use and exploitation like beggars, waste land, primitives, lower classes or undeveloped land. The essence of Morality is that absolute prohibitions are not inherent in the system of Progressive Materialism and thus Consequence is determined by comparison using the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative as a guide. (Subtopics Historical Morality and Humanism)

The emphasis of Conservative Spirituality tends to be Prohibitive. Because every element of the natural world enjoys a Consequential Integrity in which there is a general attitude of respect and reverence, activity, behavior and conduct is governed by what is termed Ethics. As a generality, any given natural pre-existent state is considered of greater consequence than alternatives that can be created to replace it. In the strictest sense, human economics is restricted to Necessity and Subsistence. However with the availability of technology this is an unrealistic expectation, but at least a modest lifestyle might be expected. The authority for the Ethical attitude is Spirit, or the conviction that the natural world is a Spiritual State. A Spiritual State means that there exists consciousness, existence and being other or greater than what is apparent to the human senses, that are incorporated into the whole of the planetary existence as a single living being. The existence of spirit and a Spiritual State may be made manifest to the individual by what is termed Spiritual Manifestations.