is a term used to describe the consequence of things, in terms of
Progressive Materialist evaluation. The consequence of any state or entity, is based upon its ability or potential, to produce results and products in present or future. The consequence of the refrigerator is to produce cold food in the present. The consequence of the bed is produce sleep in the evening. The consequence of the rake is to clean up leaves in the fall. The worn out tire, which is not used for some other practical or esthetic purpose, has no potential use in future, and is thus garbage. The consequence of the stone, if not used for building something, or for some esthetic condition like for a garden, possesses no consequence whatsoever.
Definitive Value is derived from
Finite Determination, which designates the creation of results and products as altered states, as what construes and explains the activity and behavior of change: as increased value and
Finite Determination directs that the qualities, conditions, activity & behavior in the present, be used for and directed towards ends in the future, which give the present purpose, meaning and direction, equivalent to the value of the objective, as increased value or
Excess & Profit.
The Consequence of an entity is definitive, meaning it possesses a precise value as some quality or condition it produces. Definitive Value defines the way states or entities may be treated in terms of transformation or destruction. States and entities which do not possess Definitive Value, possess no legitimate reason to exist, and thus may be treated in any manner suitable to human ambition. This equates to material for the creation of human results and products.
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