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Presupposition: God is not, God are Logos and all living honest loving people. God are necessary to keep the ideas Truth and Love in place, which sustainability is dependent on.

All humans; even humans who are 'parts' of God, are subject to two ideas; Truth and Love. Truth means, basically, correspondence and coherence between what is portrayed and portraying. International Love means, basically, not doing evil to others like selves want not to be done evil to. Evil can be-not-done to all people in the universe, therefore it is international. National Love is doing good to closer neighbors like selves want to be done good to. It can not be done to all people, therefore it is a national or familiar doing. Social contract theory and universal laws developed from International Love (not-doing evil). Truth without Love can cause despotism and "love" without Truth can cause lawlessness and disorder. Love tempers Truth and Truth tempers "love". Sometimes it is not understood why these two ideas are above all people, because it can be profitable to deceive and do to others like selves want not to be done to. The two ideas are important because compliance with the ideas causes order and creativity. Without Love, disorder reigns and without Truth, creativities do not originate sufficiently to support large populations. Currently, due to Caiaphas syndrome, which includes idolatry, people who have good ideas, because they respect the two ideas above themselves, are parasitized with utilitarian philosophy. Utilitarian philosophy promotes the development of ideas but do not promote origination of good new ideas, due to 'sacrificing' "the individual", "the stranger", "the other", in favor of groups.

Socrates, around 360 BCE, said in Book X of the Republic and in Ion that "a god" has good ideas. Idolatry, good ideas and utilitarian imparting of good ideas are closely related. Socrates promoted honesty, which causes originating good ideas. His view influenced Christianity during the modern era a lot from around 1500 CE.  Aristotle around 360 BCE promoted deceit and influenced Christianity during the Middle Age a lot from around 700 CE. Aquinas, around 1250 CE wrote about "God Himself Who cannot lie". Descartes, around 1600 CE, wrote God does not deceive and is perfect, which implies "God is" incorporeal. Nietzsche, around 1880 CE, wrote the weak singular God is dead and Nietzsche motivated wills to power by those who are honest in group form, in his book Beyond Good and Evil.

According to dialectical philosophy, essence is searched for, for example only Truth, or only universal Love. Intequinism is non-dialectical philosophy, in the sense that at least two ideas, Truth and Love, are respected above selves. Another example to explain the difference between dialectic and non-dialectic philosophy is that Marx regarded labor, the essence of economics. He called labor "the creator". According to Intequinism, Accounting for ideas is another aspect of economics, which should, at least, be regarded on par with labor.