is a Scientific Moral Paradigm


Finally, science makes us conscious of the unconscious as a Conflict Resolution Process.

Moral order has been traditionally conveyed with absolute moral imperatives, i.e. the Ten Commandments.The Conflict Resolution Process is the most abstract way of conceptualizing morality. Morality is the innate need to resolve conflict as the transformation of the state of passivity into activity, evolving to conflict resolution along the requirements for cooperation and mutual respect.

This process is now a formula of choices and consequences. Moral order is determined by the inner balance of energetic states, in their symbolic representations as these determine the personal emotional and social adjustment.

The Unit Process is the scientific moral paradigm. It reflects the calculus of power management and the optimal way of resolving conflict.

Society and the individual define wisdom as restructuring the idea of self versus society and others, while explaining that there is such a thing as external moral justice. The search for wisdom is characterized by two things: sense of self versus others, and how one attributes moral authority.

This paradigm integrates the evolution of civilizations as the ongoing improvement of resolving conflict in domestic and social occasions, and as an evolutional sequence of increasingly abstract conceptualizations of the moral process.

Both the individual and society are historically evolving along a sequence of conflict resolutions, improving a sense of self in the context of a more meaningful environment.

Individual growth, insight, wisdom, and enlightenment coincide with dealing with stress. They do this without feeling threatened or intimidated, yet with a full sense of awareness of an universal order and justice.

The individual and society grow in a sense of comfort and safety as science demystifies psychology and religion by comprehending the advantages of the ethical Power Management.


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The Gorski Retrospective demonstrates how personal thinking evolves in a predictable fashion. The Retrospective confirms the artist's evolution from theistic attributions of morality to the phase of illusions and reality, reflecting personal growth and less dependence on an external authority.

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Murals 11 and 12 represent two case studies of long-term therapeutic relationships monitored by records of tapping Creativity for Self Discovery. The images reflect the evolution in the sense of the correction of self versus others, such as dealing with personal needs for power and gradual understanding of what drives a person in his lifetime patterns.

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The Sculptural Trail retraces the history of humanity as stations of improved conflict resolutions in domestic relationships and more abstract attributions of the moral order, progressively evolving from Fairy Tales to the Epics of the Goddess, to the Scriptures of One God, and then the Formal Principals of Conflict Resolution.

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The Wizard of Oz story is about adjustments of self in the context of the moral authority. As the four characters of the story kill the witch (their anxieties), they are able to redefine the reality of the wizard (fear), and assume responsibility for their lives and the Emerald City; their symbolic universe.

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