The fundamental aspect of performing an action entails the achievement of aforementioned objectives, which are essentially determined by an individual's drive for the action. Subject actions to an assessment to determine whether they are justifiable in the given circumstances demands the utilization of tools provided by social norms and individual perspectives as desired by society. The assessment framework to be used in the actualization of the presented facts fundamentally relies upon provisions made from a pre-moral, moral and extra-moral aspect.
According to Nietzsche, "nowadays when, at least among us immoralists, the suspicion arises that the decisive value of an action lies precisely in that which is not intentional, and that all of its intentionalness, all that is seen, sensible, or sensed in it, belongs to its surface or skin-which is like every skin, betrays something but conceals it more" (Nietzsche). Consider a scenario whereby your neighbour who usually engages in cult like activities decides one day to invite you for a cup of tea, then the post events of the short bonding lead to discovery of a dead body right in the neighbourhood. He gets arrested then the neighbour fronts you as his key witness. In what sense are you acting as the key witness? Ordinarily, one would expect you to be the defendant going by his previous cult activities. On what basis then should you give your testimony? Should you merely say he is not party to it subject to his recent good act of sharing a cup of tea in the so called 'bonding session.' In realty this could hold some sense according to the predetermined human actions as has been established in the human psychology studies. The judge will of course rule out any connection of the accused neighbour subject to the fundamental lack in factual evidence.
The validity of an action based depends upon the provision of certain guiding structures that are based on individual judgemental factors. A close examination of Nietzsche progressive assessment of truth we find that, "the values or non value of an action was inferred from consequences" (Nietzsche). In the same way a mathematician predicts his values in a while calculating a geometrical analysis or similarly a chemist titrating standards during predicts the initial molar concentrations, humans also to some extent perceive what they expect from an action. In fact, this elementally forms a criterion on which investigations are carried out. The virtues of truth and legitimacy of an action essentially depend upon an individual's affirmation of expected results, whether negative or positive. This essentially affirms Nietzsche's model, which he attributed to as the 'pre-moral period of mankind or the imperative (Nietzsche).
Nietzsche further postulates moral dimensions, which are essentially based on the perspective of personal intentions as opposed to consequences. This essentially marks the maturity of human action, whereby humans are no longer already affirm the consequences expected from an action. As Nietzsche puts it, "the mark of a period which may be designated in the narrower sense as the moral one: the first attempt of self knowledge is thereby made. Instead of consequences, the origin - what an inversion of perspective!" (Nietzsche). He further adds, "The origin of an action was interpreted in the most definite sense possible, as origin of an action was interpreted in the most definite sense possible, as origin out of an intention" (Nietzsche). Consider a hypothetical situation, in which the neighbour in the first case understands the neighbour and his cult activities such that he disregards the invitation as a mere act of goodness as opposed to suspicion. In this case, he is better able to evaluate both the preceding events and the post-events of their meeting in a rational manner leading to better decision making potential. Moreover, looking at the Marriage of Figarro, "Bartolo demands proof, so Figaro shows him a birthmark on his arm - a birthmark reveals that he is the love-child of Marcelina and Bartolo!" This serves to postulate the fact that truth depends upon the provision of certain factual traits that are essentially needed to affirm an action according to prevailing societal morals.