In order to comprehend ethics, a coherent connection between deontological and consequential positions has to be established. The ontology of this coherence rests, not upon the act, but upon the instrument. The instrument’s encoded intention transcends its subjective origin forming a world of good or evil. This study provides an ontological framework based upon the paradigm and its unity of charged opposites that generates polarized gestalts. In this paradigm, the Relative pole of the Absolute, or relativism, and its opposite, universalism, struggle for dominance.