Thoughts on Original Sin by Tatha Wiley (2002) 4D

Excuse the dramatic flourishes.  Let us first consider Anselm’s answer in terms of nestedness:

Thirdness: Jesus the Messiah re-establishes the Original Justice (through the Sacraments of the Church) that once oriented Adam and Eve (and, by extension, all humanity).

Secondness: There are two social constructions; those built by humans who turn away from God and those built by those who obey God.  The former creates injustice.  The latter keep justice.

Firstness: The intellect and will are the highest material faculties.  But, the orientation of these material faculties can only come through the spiritual faculties.

In short, Anselm pictured the Fall after Jesus as:

Saved Humanity(acts of obedience and justice(human faculties “of nature”)

And the Fall before Jesus:

Fallen Humanity(a. o. disobedience and injustice(human faculties “of nature”)