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The Dianetic Axioms


Axiom 55

Survival effort for an organism includes the dynamic thrust by that organism for the survival of itself, its procreation, its group, its subspecies, its species, all life organisms, material universe, the life static and, possibly, a Supreme Being. (Note: List of dynamics.)

Axiom 56

The cycle of an organism, a group of organisms or a species is inception, growth, re-creation, decay and death.

Axiom 57

The effort of an organism is directed toward the control of the environment for all the dynamics.

Axiom 58

Control of an environment is accomplished by the support of prosurvival factors along any dynamic.

Axiom 59

Any type of higher organism is accomplished by the evolution of viruses and cells into forms capable of better efforts to control or live in an environment.

Axiom 60

The usefulness of an organism is determined by its ability to control the environment or to support organisms which control the environment.

Axiom 61

An organism is rejected by THETA to the degree that it fails in its goals.


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