Axiological Dignity: “Value Consciousness vs Value-Blindness”
 
My *Axiological Dignity Being Theory*
 
An “Axiological assessment of human beings” shows with an axiological awareness a logic of values is clear which takes as its basic premise that “all persons always deserve positive regard.” – Progressive Logic by William J. Kelleher, Ph.D. And the reason why we should are is because we are Dignity Beings.
 
“Dignity is an internal state of peace that comes with the recognition and acceptance of the value and vulnerability of all living things.” – Donna Hicks (2011). Dignity: The Essential Role It Plays in Resolving Conflict
 
As an axiologist (value theorist) and thus an axiological atheist (value theorist or value science atheist) I help others because I wish to follow a value driven life, respecting the dignity of others as I think it is needed for universal betterment and a true human flourishing. So I have that reason but its universal not as much towards or in relation to a person or issue specifically.
 
Philosophic Axiology (value theory) and Scientific Axiology (formal axiology). Axiological atheism/axiology atheism (aka value theory atheism/value science atheism): “Axiological Atheism can be thought to involve ethical/value theory reasoned and moral argument driven apatheism, ignosticism, atheism, anti-theism, anti-religionism, secularism, and humanism.”
My quick definition of Axiology is a philosophy (value theory) and a social science (formal axiology) which mainly involves the “what, why, and how” of “value” the way epistemology approaches “knowledge” as in what is of value/good/worth/beneficial/ or useful? Why is the thing in question of value/good/worth/beneficial/ or useful? How should the value, good, worth, beneficial, or useful be interacted with?
 
As an Axiological Atheist, I wish for Human flourishing:
 
“Eudaimonia (commonly translated as happiness or welfare; however, “human flourishing” is likely more accurate. It is a central concept in Aristotelian ethics and political philosophy, along with the terms “virtue” or “excellence”, and “practical or ethical wisdom”. In Aristotle’s works, eudaimonia was (based on older Greek tradition) used as the term for the highest human good, and so it is the aim of practical philosophy, including ethics and political philosophy, to consider (and also experience) what it really is, and how it can be achieved. One of the central concerns of ancient ethics involved discussion of the links between the virtue of character and happiness (eudaimonia). As with all other ancient ethical thinkers, Socrates thought that all human beings wanted eudaimonia more than anything else. seems to have thought that virtue is both necessary and sufficient for eudaimonia. Socrates is convinced that virtues such as self-control, courage, justice, piety, wisdom and related qualities of mind and soul are absolutely crucial if a person is to lead a good and happy (eudaimon) life. Virtues guarantee a happy life eudaimonia. For example, in the Meno, with respect to wisdom, he says: “everything the soul endeavors or endures under the guidance of wisdom ends in happiness” Ref

 
Dignity = respect? 
 
Value-blindness Gives Rise to Sociopathic evil.
Utilizing Dignity?
 
Axiological/axiology (value theory/value science) Atheism?
 
Axiological Atheist “Damien” Live at 25 MeetUps: Atheist Reality TV