Reality calibration is a prerequisite of successful action. If we define the Right as those who uphold the Truth, then the anti-Right will be those who uphold some form of error. Right politics, viewed through this definitional understanding, ceases to become an issue of Right vs Left, rather it’s an issue of Right vs wrong. However, current definitions of Right and Left seemed based more on intuitional approaches rather then objective ones. This way of tackling the classification is rather wooley and leaves lots of room for error to creep in. Defining the Right as a sort of Anti-Left – makes no demands on reality calibration and does nothing to protect the Right classified ideology from holding positions which are flat out wrong. Intuition is not infallible, and as the Master teaches, one can fall from both the right AND left side of the narrow path.
Indeed when you think of the “Right” or “Conservatism”, several intuitive concepts come to mind; the respect of tradition and place, social order and homogeneity, a preference for orthodoxy and an extremely limited tolerance for novelty, disorder and deviancy. Thinking about the right intuitively tends to result in a list of features which are associated with the concept without actually defining it. What you end up with this approach is not a definition but a laundry list of features which feel “Right,” and any ideology which expresses these features is thus classified accordingly. Pseudo-Right.