Once RE has been understood the world looks differently. Our reality is in our heads so to speak. We know that the models, words, concepts and ideas are not reality, but these things represent a reality that pre-exists the physical reality we can only know tangentially.
Pre-existent reality is the world we seek. All ideas we have all concepts and models represent an unknown that is more real than physical reality (which we can only know tangentially). The implications are immense.
The main implication are the acceptance of mental entities and grand ideas of great thinkers as things more real than the table and chair in front of us. Justice and Truth and Value become the prime motivations to us because they mean more in every scheme of things than smaller ideas like wealth and poverty and corruption and charity.
It will not be long until the critics realize that if we value the grand idea of Value more than a life that we all agree will never provide worth to anyone else we will make decisions to terminate that life. And when we see that there is a stark difference between human conceptuality and that of other living beings, like our pets, we will see that there is rational justification for raising animals for food and and other service, value, to humanity so long as it provides for value to a thriving community that is providing worth to others, or has a reasonable potential to provide such worth.
Rational Existence does not exist in nature, but only in the conceptuality humanity uniquely is able to build, model, and discover in the universe and in physical world surrounding us. We build worlds, and if they have worth, that worth is real whereas if we build a worth of money and physical objects that worth is fleeting and will soon fall to others.
As we see from the foregoing that RE will be controversial in our acceptance, as quickly as it is understood and adopted, it will be opposed. Opposition in the form of feelings can be seen as valuable even in the matrices we have accepted in RE, but there are those who will oppose us on the way we see and treat ideas.
Our ideas are real, and we can pass them one to another the way we pass levels of communication. Some are easily identifiable, others not so much. Who owns an idea that is specifically identifiable in Rational Existence? The simple answer is the idea owns itself, that we have discovered it and adopted it as part of ourselves. But there will be opposition to that view.
The opposition is somewhat justified because of the depth of the possibilities, the individuality and specificity of ideas possible. And because the value of those ideas has yet to be discovered. All through history stories of differing worlds and voodoo, witchcraft, keys to perceptions and ways of viewing things differently have existed. Within the matrix of RE we find those things exist in a way that is more real than physical reality. And the difference between those worlds and that of every day humanity is only in the value they offer to humanity.
Value is the RE matrix which rules the reasonableness, the rational part of Rational Existence. Whatever is of worth to humanity is valuable. And the rationale of the rationale can only go to what is valuable, worthwhile, dear and good until some other more reasonable rationale is discovered. Value is the litmus of RE and that is controversial for the reasons given above, and for the the very sane exception in human existence that feelings also have value even though feelings are not rational.