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John O'Loughlin's eBook brings his Element-based comprehensive exactitude to bear on morality, not just on one kind of morality, but on all the different kinds that exist, and shows that morality only exists because it is hegemonic over a correlative unmorality (not immorality) corresponding, in whatever class/element position, to the subordinate gender. Such a hegemony, however, dare not risk an unmoral-to-immoral backlash from below on account of its own moral-to-amoral failings - something which the author explains in some detail with the help of analogous contexts and examples, whether sartorial, social, literary, or whatever. But whilst John O'Loughlin may be comprehensively exacting in his outlining of the different kinds of morality, is not impartial. On the contrary, he makes a case for only one type of morality - a case that would result, if politically and religiously implemented, in the 'best of all possible worlds' - the goal towards which his entire philosophy points.