The following material is a synopsis of a theory and interpretation of the human condition as considered inherent to the material world.
The theory begins with the problem of the Absent Determinant, which is the absence of any known and certain authority, which authorizes, determines, mandates and certifies, what the absolute nature and dynamic of reality should be; and which would represent a standard and model to which human activity, behavior and conduct should correspond and conform. Thus there is no ability to determine what anything natural is, what it is for, what is its value and consequence, and how it may be used. The Absent Determinant is the essence of
meaning without absolute legitimacy and corresponding
prohibitions, anything that can be rationalized is permissible.
Determination represents the evaluation of any state, quality, condition or entity, in terms of a definition which would indicate what it is, how it should be treated, what or what not it can be used for, and whether or not it can be transformed or destroyed.
There are considered to be two basic states: as before and after change. The Comparative Determinant is the evaluation, in terms of Consequence of Being, of pre-existent states compared to tandem states changed; in which the value of the pre-existent state is either: greater and prohibits or limits, or is lesser and allows or promotes, transformation or destruction, for alternative or changed qualities & conditions.
CONSEQUENCE OF BEING
The value and consequence of the qualities & conditions of any given phenomenon, entity or event, as a pre-existent state, are determined
by comparison to the results & products of a future state, which may replace and require the transformation of destruction of the pre-existent state or condition.
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