The discovery of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature allowed confirming that all living beings behave as complex systems and have a maximal strategy to grow and a minimum strategy to survive.
This implies that living beings need to develop double dialectical actions to integrate growth with survival.
These double dialectical actions are also necessary to ensure results when dealing with adaptive environments or systems.
These actions need to happen successively, beginning with the maximal strategy actions, which then have to work simultaneously with the minimum strategy actions. These two actions are integrated by their purpose in order to ensure results.
Introduction to Unicist Double Dialectical Actions
The unicist approach introduced a paradigm shift in sciences that drove from dualism to a triadic approach. It established a paradigm shift in strategy building that applies to all action processes.
The algorithm of the unicist strategy is an emulation of the intelligence that underlies nature. It is based on the discovery of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature (purpose, active principle and energy conservation principle), including its maximal strategy that drives growth and its minimum strategy that ensures survival.
While the dualistic approach only requires univocal actions, the unicist triadic approach ensures results by developing specific actions to deal with the maximal strategy, specific actions to deal with the minimum strategy and the integration of both.
The discovery of the structure of the intelligence that underlies nature and its functionality, demonstrated that all living beings evolve driven by a maximal strategy to grow and a minimum strategy to survive, which are included in their genetic intelligence.
This allowed emulating nature and developing the double dialectical logic, double dialectical strategies and double dialectical actions to ensure results in adaptive environments.
The objective of the research works developed at The Unicist Research Institute has been the development of solutions to influence complex environments in order to foster their evolution. This research drove to a paradigm shift in science, which is based on emulating the maximal and minimum strategies that are implicit in the intelligence that underlies nature.
This allowed discovering the double dialectical behavior of nature and transferring this knowledge to its application to deal with adaptive environments in order to ensure the results that are being fostered.
The core application of the paradigm shift in sciences was the development of maximal strategies to grow and minimum strategies to ensure survival based on the unicist double dialectical logic using double dialectical actions to manage functions in complex environments in order to ensure results.
The unicist double dialectical logic emulates the structure of the intelligence that underlies nature. This makes the unicist logic belong to the field of complexity sciences and not philosophy.
Paradoxically, this logic integrates the functionality of the preexisting logical approaches. The unicist thinking process allows emulating the double dialectical logic in mind in order to apprehend complex adaptive systems.
The more than 5,000 researches developed since 1976 allowed discovering the main unicist ontological structures of social, economic, business and individual evolution in order to be able to define what is possible to be achieved and the necessary double dialectical actions to make it happen.