DISSERTATIONS

LEXICON LEXLOCI

(Home Page and alphabetical index)

art

SUBJECT  INDEX



SUMMARY A summation of the theory of lexloci or 'Law of the Place'.
 
SYNOPSIS A synopsis of the philosophy contained on this web page.
 
ABSENCE OF CONSEQUENCE The free exercise of human volition made of possible by the absence of consequential value inherent to the natural world.
 
ABSENT DETERMINANT The fundamental difference between religion and mysticism.
 
ANTIPODAL ASSOCIATIVE PARADIGM The social class system which derives from the Dyadic Authoritative Comparative and the implications of the inherent emotional dynamic and response system.
 
ASSOCIATIVE LANDSCAPE Association as it affects the perception of everyday reality.
 
AUTHORITY FOR HUMAN ACTIVITY & BEHAVIOR Describes authority for human activity and behavior in terms of spirituality, as either already existent in the natural world or as a material state of mind or memory.
 
COMMENTARIES Listing and links to commentaries on various terms in the lexicon.
 
CONSCIOUSNESS & INTELLECT The distinction is made between consciousness and intellect.
 
CONSEQUENCE Consequence as the primary authority for human activity, behavior and conduct.
 
CONSERVATIVE/PROGRESSIVE DICHOTOMY Attempts to define conservatism as the spiritual state of nature and Progression as material state of human created invention.
 
DETERMINATION Describes the concept of Determination and the chain of premises that descend from this authority.
 
DYADIC AUTHORITATIVE COMPARATIVE Supercedes the Antipodal Associative Paradigm. Represents a schematic for the Bipolar Value inherent in Progressive Materialism.
 
EMOTION Emotion is defined as associative attributes which contain consequence and thus is relative to what is of consequence.
 
ETHICS AND MORALITY Ethics is distinguished from morality, in terms of Necessity and Subsistence and Excess and Profit.
 
EVIL Discussion of the proposition that Evil is human created.
 
EXCESS & PROFIT The Correspondence between Excess and Consequence.
 
FINITE DETERMINATION The finite context and authority for human activity and behavior as results and products.
 
IDENTITY The Conservative Spiritual Ethical and Progressive Material Volitional Identities.
 
LOGIC Theory of Logic in terms of arguing from evidence and premises or from principles and pre-existent conclusions.
 
METAPHYSICAL
 
METAPHYSICAL IDEAL Describes the objective and authority for Progressive Materialism.
 
NATURAL AFFECTION The difference between non-emotional and emotional association.
 
NECESSITY AND SUBSISTENCE Describes Necessity and Subsistence in terms of these days.
 
OPPOSITION Explains the difference between Complimentary and Antithetical Opposition.
 
OVERVIEW Over-all introduction to the theory of Any Age Authority.
 
POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE DIMENSIONS An explanation of the distinction between reality and the memory.
 
PRIVATE PROPERTY The correspondence between private property and Morality.
 
PROTO-RELIGION A dissertation, which illustrates some fundamental elements, of what is described as Proto-religion, in contrast to what is defined as Progressive Materialism.
 
PROTO-RELIGIOUS DETERMINATION Describes Spiritual Determination, Olamic Value and Spiritual Context.
 
RELIGION Dissertation on materialist religion.
 
SEMIOTIC LANGUAGE Language of empirical spirituality.
 
SYMBOLIC
 
TRUTH Discussion of the nature of Truth.
 
STORIES Autobiographical sketches.
 
CONSIDERATIONS Philosophical sketches.