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How evolution takes place

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When talking about evolution, we always refer to the evolution of a reality that is regulated by the multiple concepts organizing its “unified field”. The question answered by The Unicist Ontology of Evolution is how this evolution is produced and how it can be anticipated to influence as far as it is possible.
Evolution always occurs by the “verbal function effect”. Adaptation to the environment is lost when the action where the adverbial func-tion is materialized stops being functional to the existence of a concept in its current state.
In this case, there are two possibilities: either the adverbial function compensates the dysfunctionality or it does not.
In order to adjust this, the adverbial function starts up the verbal function it has as sub-concept of the original concept. This compensation may be reached or not.
If reached, there is an adjustment effect which is functional to the balance at a given time and let repairing or self-repairing mechanisms adjust the dysfunctionality.
When there are no chances of repair, the balance of the credibility area must have changed in the case of an extrinsic concept, or there must have been a change in the functionality area when dealing with an intrinsic concept.
It may also happen that the adverbial function (homeostasis) cannot compensate the unbalance situation produced by the dysfunctionality of the verbal function. Should that be the case, there is a modification of the substantive function.
In this case, a mutation must have taken place. When purposes change mutation occur.
Mutations may be qualitative or structural. By qualitative mutations we mean those that modify the quality of the same structural purpose.
Structural mutations are those where the purpose changes completely. Structural mutations frequently occur when, in chaotic situations, there appears an external gravitating force which intends to “absorb” a unified field.
It is very difficult to know exactly when the mutation will take place and what it will result in. What it is possible indeed is to build alternative scenarios which allow a better adaptation to the environment.
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The Unicist Ontology of Evolution

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A living creature’s evolution is ruled by its concept. The concept is the functional logical structure of a living creature that defines it as unique both in its species and individuality.
Each living creature has a central concept that regulates its evolution and describes its purpose, the procedure under which it faces adaptation to reality and the action guide within which it develops the procedure so as not to trespass the limits of its purpose.
The concept describes a living creatures’ functionality.  It defines its intrinsic concept.
Living creatures naturally transfer this functionality to the environment where they act, depositing functions that have the living creature’s same logical structure and that generate the existence of extrinsic concepts.
These concepts have the same logical structure but they are not implicit in inanimate beings; they are deposited by the living creatures they are functional to.
The concept arranges the living creatures’ chaos. It is the attractor which structures the chaotic behaviors of a living creature’s environment and arranges them to make them operable and functional to evolution or involution, should any be the case.

Introduction to Evolution

There is evolution whenever a being, as an individual or as a species, institution, culture or a given reality reaches a higher level of functionality in its process of adaptation to the environment.
There is a higher functionality when such capacity to influence the environment increases, and with it, the added value and the individual’s capacity of self-growth. Whenever he does so at the expense of the environment, there is involution.
There is also involution when the level of functionality decreases.  In order to understand an evolution theory one needs to be operating it in a field of reality whose completeness one has fully apprehended.
Whenever one does not perceive it within the sphere one is fully adapted to,  an Evolution Theory is solely apprehended from a rational stand, thus transforming it necessarily in mechanic and deterministic.
Therefore, all those interested in apprehending The Unicist Ontology of Evolution should read it seeking an intrinsic logical structure and its added value to fields where the reader can adapt perfectly well.
This implies that in order to actually apprehend an evolution theory one should imagine it as explaining fields where the one interested does not need an Evolution Theory. All rational learning of an evolution theory inevitably leads to taboo and thus, to the lack of understanding.

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The unicist ontology of an institution is homologous to the DNA of a living being

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The unicist ontology of an institution is essentially analogous to the DNA of a living being. They both define the nature of the being, have an implicit purpose and materialize the action and the energy conservation principles.
Being aware of the unicist ontological structure that underlies and rules the behavior and evolution of an institution it is possible to define the taxonomies and action plans to ensure the functionality of an organization respecting in its nature .
The difference between the DNA of different species is minimal although the physical difference might be enormous.
The same characteristic is given at the unicist ontological structure of institutions. Subtle differences generate different species. That is why the accuracy of diagnoses of the conceptual structure of an institution is determinant. It defines its species and the possibilities and probabilities of its evolution.
Unicist taxonomies for the genetic engineering of institutions
The functionality of taxonomies is to provide a logical structure to understand and influence reality in a secure way. Following ontology based taxonomies an individual is respecting the rules of ontogenesis.
Taxonomies describe and explain natural functionality and establish the relationships of the objects that are part of that reality based on the ontogenesis of the evolution process.
Unicist taxonomies provide the natural way to influence institutions. Using taxonomies to influence institutions implies genetic engineering of the institution. Therefore the use of unicist technologies in institutions is based on “change without changing”. That means introducing changes that respect their nature and do not try to change their essential concepts.

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