The condition that is thus stated and introduced as reality, is always of the same nature, but comes in different linguistic forms. Some examples, as put forth by various types of people.
(1) Life is tough, and it can be made good by intelligence and courage.
(2) Existence equals the good equals the necessary; this is god.
(3) The ultimate goal and soul of all is freedom.
(4) All is united in mortal difference. This is why we love, and why we despair most when we love, unless we also understand. This is why we can not understand without loving.
(5) All must go their own path; no man over another a priori. All situations are new, all powers are real, all values are legitimate until they have been cast out by greater affirmations of other value.
(6) No values are protected from above except the right to value as one does naturally, as long as this does not infringe on others natural valuing. The means of making this system mobile is money, which is the delay of pressure, and the introduction of time into the relations of power and creates a running condition out of what was formerly merely an accident; opportunity, and what we know as economy.
(7) All men are created equal and granted by their creator the inalienable right of the pursuit of happiness.
(8) The goal of government is to contain itself, and to occupy the power vacuum, and keep mafiosi out of it, so that the world can revolve around the essential securities it provides. These securities come down only to every persons right to his own life, and the implications of this in a society with unequally distributed gifts. The basest and thus most fundamental political-philosophical problem is the penal system; what to do with individuals that the society of individuals can not value among its individuals?
(9) All being is valuing and amounts in self-valuing in all instances; the most comprehensive valuing is the absolute valuing of the self-valuing principle, and the most comprehensive self-valuing is the conscious grasp of the world of self-valuings, which is what the Greeks referred to as Poesis, and which has since then become a bit more dangerous.