Static patterns of value are processes, conditionally co-dependent,
impermanent, ever-changing and conceptualized, that pragmatically tend to
persist and change within a stable, predictable pattern. Within the MoQ,
these patterns are morally categorized into a four-level, evolutionary,
hierarchical structure: inorganic, biological, social and intellectual.
This static value exists in stable patterns relative to other patterns:
patterns depend upon innumerable causes and conditions (patterns), depend
upon parts and the collection of parts (patterns), depend upon conceptual
designation (patterns). Patterns have no independent, inherent existence.
Further, these patterns represent "what works" depending upon on an
individual's static pattern of life history.
I (I?) never stated that I like the fact that patterns need (need?) to be
relative and dependent upon each other.
But you think it's a good explanation that they are dependent and relative
right? Why is that?