The Unicist Evolutionary Approach
Managing the Unified Field of Adaptive Environments
The Unicist School is a school of science and technology, created by Peter Belohlavek, that was created to introduce the unicist evolutionary approach to minimize facileness, and build sustainable growth at a micro-macro-economic and social level.
Facileness expands too fast in too many places in the world. Facileness implies making what one believes, wants or can do prevail over what is needed to be done. Facileness degrades, marginalizes and kills social evolution.
This evolutionary approach is materialized by the use of unicist strategies, that emulate the ontogenetic intelligence of nature, and allow developing maximal strategies to grow and minimum strategies to ensure survival. It works as an unincorporated non-profit association fully sponsored by The Unicist Research Institute.
XI International Unicist Conference
The XI International Unicist Conference is now in its preparation period. The Unicist Conferences are a virtual space where the Unicist Theory and its applications to deal with the nature of businesses are shared with the community. These Conferences sustained the community of The Unicist School that has now more than 100,000 members worldwide.
The XI International Unicist Conference has three core objectives:
1) The presentation of the global social, economic, political business trends 2020/2021.
2) Presentations of researches and essays on the “Microeconomics driven Development” Program
3) Honor the achievements in the field of business objects development that emulate the organization of nature.
Microeconomics Driven Development
Microeconomics driven Development is, by definition, a bottom up catalyst driven project that fosters sustainable social and economic evolution.
It is based on minimizing facileness, the empowerment of the cultural belonging, the value of work, the value of learning and the installation of a second opportunity ethics.
The project is based on installing catalysts for social evolution. Social catalysts are accelerators of social and microeconomic evolutionary processes which require being based on the archetypes of cultures and their institutions empowering their functionality.
Learn more: https://www.unicist.net/economics/participate
Peers in the World Program for Undergraduate Students
The Peers in the World Program is focused on fostering an evolutionary approach to reality for the future leaders of the community. The goal of the program is that they apprehend the guiding idea of using a conceptual mindset to better adapt to the environment. It is a fully Sponsored Program:
1. The Unicist Evolutionary Approach
2. The Sporting Spirit
3. The Use of Unicist Riddles and the Practice of “GO”
4. The Use of Conceptual Mapping
5. Going beyond Dualism