The doctrine: loyalty
- "They treated a use, function, and service rendered in conduct of inquiry as if it had ontological reference apart from inquiry" - (Dewey, 1896, p. 320, cited in Clancey, 1993).
Extensive training, defensive facilities, and zealous dedication to faction leaders from the bottom, earning respect, power, and positions of authority from the top - a quite ancient pattern.
 tactics (actions) and patterns (descriptions) learned
 living ontology patterns applied
- many, probably all