Pseudo-conservative means that the individual has a propensity to assess value by subtraction from the top and the Primary Assessment is the Subtractive Base as Definitive Standing, which is either the Metaphysical Ideal or Extra Mundane Authority. The Comparative Standards are elite and may represent the higher states of achievement, possession or perfection.
The Liberal Propensity means that the Primary Assessment is the Negative Base Comparative Standard as Additory Base with Definitive Standing, or the Antithetical Matrix. This is the propensity of the individual to define the consequence, of any state or entity, by addition from the bottom as some degree progressed or better than.
The Pseudo-conservative personality relies upon the propensity to assess consequence by subtracting from the Metaphysical Ideal or Extra Mundane Authorities as some degree less. The millionaire may have a propensity to assess worth, not in comparison to having none, but by comparison to the billionaire. The religious person may compare their sense of worth to the
Christ, Mohammed or Buddha figure as some degree less. Liberal means a propensity to assess consequence from the Antithetical Matrix as Additory Base. The Liberal personality has the propensity to assess consequence from the bottom, and thus they tend to be more modest and identify with the lower end of the social scale.
SECULARISM AND RELIGIOUS MATERIALISM
The distinction between the Secular and Religious Materialist segments of
society in terms of the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative, is the difference between the Metaphysical Ideal and the Extra Mundane Authority, both of
which are based upon Positive Base Comparative Standards as Subtractive Base.
DYADIC AUTHORITATIVE COMPARATIVE (7 of 9)