Conservative Spirituality is the dynamic of the Conservative archetype or paradigm, where the pre-existent natural state is considered of
greater consequence than any human creations that can be conceived to replace it. The volitional characteristic is prohibitive, since the
Consequence of the natural world is considered a spiritual state and being. Historically, before progressive conceptual Ideal, Conservative Spirituality is the archetype of so-called indigenous and pagan peoples, or those predating or independent of the ambition of Excess and Profit, industrialization and progressive Ideal. The authority for Conservative Spirituality is the empirical world. Thus the individual is defined by the exterior world and a relationship with it. Unlike Progressive Materialism, where Ideal is always progressive, Ideal in terms of Conservative Spirituality is Conservative, and usually takes the form of the natural world itself, spiritual manifestations or unseen and invisible forces. The Ideal and the empirical world are often not distinct, but equivalent and unified.
Since all natural change seems to promote the continuation of pre-existent states changed, in a
same or similar manner, the premise of the Conservative Assessment is that the whole of the Given Existence
is a complete and finished product, which possesses
a Consequential Integrity, such that human enabled transformation or destruction, for alternative qualities, states or conditions is prohibited or limited. And thus nature is the authority for human activity and behavior. Thus the Given Existence of the natural world is considered the ultimate authority for human activity and behavior in general.
Wherein Moral Materialism is based in Consequential Negation, as no absolute prohibitions, Ethical Spirituality is based on Consequential Integrity as inherent consequence, wherein the innate consequence of natural entities are considered greater than the ability to substitute for them, with so-called superior states. Ethics as distinguished from Morality is the perspective wherein any given pre-existent state is considered of greater consequence and value than alternatives to it, even and especially when a detriment to the beneficiary of the change. Ethics wherein the emphasis is upon prohibitions
is considered the opposite of Morality and Moral Materialism where the emphasis is on volition.
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