The purpose of the unicist functionalist approach to science is to define the actions that make “things” work. It is based on the use of functionalist knowledge to manage the real world that integrates the know-how and the know-why of “things”.
This approach is based on the discovery of the triadic structure of the intelligence that underlies nature that defines the principles of its functionality and led to the development of the unicist logic that allows managing the intelligence that manages the functionality of “things”.
This approach uses the unicist ontological approach to describe the triadic functionality of the fundamentals of “things” defined by a purpose, an active function, and an energy conservation function. It provides functionalist knowledge, which allows for defining the binary actions that make “things” work.
Such functionality is driven by supplementary and complementary relationships between the entities of a system and the binary actions that ensure the functional operation.