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Political equilibrium of institutionalized countries

Countries become institutionalized when their governmental actions become interdependent with the actions of the State. This can only be apprehended if the unified field of a Country is known in its ontological structure.

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When governments dominate the actions of the State, there is no possibility of equilibrated evolution. Governments need to ensure the conjuncture while the State provides solutions for the structure.

Political institutions are the representatives of the people that define the politicians that will be in charge of the countries’ administration.

Considering the double dialectical behavior of social systems there are necessarily two complementary positions in the administration of a Country considered as a unified field: The conservative and the liberal.

Conservatives’ goal is to administrate countries as if their past and future were symmetric. As this is obviously illogical, they produce the necessary fallacious rational constructions to avoid the perception that they are building the future based on the past.

That is why they are driven by the answers they find in the past.

They need to have the necessary methods to manage, covering the weaknesses of a culture defined by its fallacious myths. They are necessarily the dominant party of an equilibrated Country.

On the other hand, liberals seek to change a country by opening the boundaries of the present situation based on the strengths of cultures materialized in their myths. They need to be driven by questions in order to find the way to deal with the new boundaries.

They are functional to countries that became stagnated because of long periods of conservatism or that need to change on the basis of the changes of the global context.

Change requires necessarily having the necessary strength to produce it. That is why change requires a liberal approach which deals with the strengths of a culture.

The distance between conservatives and liberals has to be wide enough to produce changes but small enough so as to generate evolution without generating revolutions.

Conservatives imply the prevalence of the energy conservation function of a country with a dualistic approach to ensure the structural values of a culture and their traditional way of life.

Liberals need to be driven by the active function of a country in order to produce changes which become effective if they are defined with an integrative (non-dualistic) approach. Their goal is to drive a country to a higher level.

Non institutionalized countries are endangered because they are implicitly weaker than the institutionalized ones. That is why they become militarily influenced when they consider that their integrity is threatened and religiously influenced when their structural values become threatened.

In both cases these countries are driven by a dualistic non dialectical approach with a hypothetical intention to become institutionalized in a meaningful way.

Military and religious people need to have a dualistic approach to reality. It is natural for their role in society. Their approach also includes two wings, a conservative and a liberal wing, but in a mutually excluding sense.

Paradoxically, they can only generate true institutionalization by the reaction of the culture, not by their action. Understanding the state of political equilibrium allows knowing how to deal with it.

It needs to be known that there is no correspondence between leftists, rightists, liberals and conservatives.  Every ideology has its conservative and its liberal group.

Peter Belohlavek

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in using the unicist logical approach in complexity science research and became a private global decentralized leading research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. It has an academic arm and a business arm.
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