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The Ontology of Oedipus complex and the evolution of species

The Oedipus complex is a stagnated behavior to avoid assuming the responsibility of generational evolution. Its goal is to avoid the responsibility of the evolution of species.

This implies that the Oedipus complex avoids that individuals define how to overcome the generation of their parents.

Extreme conflictive supplementation implies the prevalence of a stagnated conflict with authoritative roles which implies an anarchic behavior sustained by fallacious utopias to avoid the assumption of responsibility.

Extreme symbiotic complementation is given by the building of stagnated links with the complementary roles that need to last forever.

To approach the Oedipus complex it becomes necessary to understand the drivers of personal evolution.

Peter Belohlavek

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The Unicist Ontology of Human Essential Complexes

Essential complexes are extreme stagnated childish behaviors of individuals to avoid interacting with the environment as an adaptive system in order to obtain pseudo-benefits to survive.

Human complexes avoid the possibilities of adapting to an environment. They create a parallel reality that hinders dealing with adaptive systems.

Complexes’ objective is to avoid the adaptation process of individuals, generating a parallel reality creating a comfort zone to live in.

Complexes are homologous to “cancer”. They develop at the expense of the individual and eventually kill it; the paradox lies in that in doing so they die as well.

Complexes make individuals or cultures act in the environment in such a way, that they transform outer reality into inner reality.

This way, individuals or cultures lose the capacity to adapt to the environment and confirm the “parallel reality” constructed by the complexes until they reach the point of being completely marginalized from the environment and become extinct or “die” in social terms.

Complexes are fed by fallacies and fallacious utopias that are constructed by women/ men to avoid responsibilities and to satisfy their own beliefs or needs.

We have identified two basic complexes at the level of ontointelligence: The Inferiority / Superiority Complex, to avoid personal responsibility, and the Oedipus complex, to avoid species responsibility.

The ontological approach to complexes is compatible with the psychological approach to them. This compatibility doesn’t mean being identical, because the ontological approach implies dealing with the structure of the nature of complexes without entering into their interpretative causes.

Peter Belohlavek

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