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The ambiguity of the perception of adaptive systems

The ontogenetic intelligence of nature defines that, at an essential level, there is a double dialectical behavior that is defined by a double pendulum, oscillating between freedom vs. security and expansion vs. contraction.

This essential evolutionary behavior explains the double meaning of the ambiguous perception.

The mind of the individual is either seeking for freedom or security and is either working at an expansive or at a contractive level.

That is why the double meaning implicit in an ambiguous perception is not hazardous but logical, following the ontogenetic intelligence of the perceiver.

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems.
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Unicist reflection to build solutions

Unicist reflection is a pilot test driven solution approach. It was developed to deal with complex human adaptive systems, such as businesses, to develop scenarios, diagnoses and strategies to achieve possible results. It allows dealing with the ambiguity of reality.

Unicist reflection is an approach to complex human adaptive systems to understand their nature, define the possibilities to influence them, apprehend the algorithms that allow exerting influence and generate added value.

Unicist reflection has no relationship with other introspective approaches like religious introspection, transcendent meditation, yoga or other technologies that have been developed for different purposes.

 

The reflection process can be synthesized in the following steps:

0 – Focus on the solution

1 – Dealing with projections

– Destructive pilot tests

2 – Dealing with Introjections

– Non-destructive – Destructive pilot tests

3 – Dealing with integration

– Non-destructive pilot tests

4 – Dealing with communion

– Results validation

5 – Dealing with the unified field 

From an essential point of view, this synthesis can be described as

1)      It reflects outside

2)      It reflects inside

3)      The outside vanishes

4)      The inside vanishes

5)      All is one

Unicist Reflection requires having a final picture in mind. It requires positive thinkers; individuals who see the bottle half full, not half empty.

Unicist reflection implies assuming full responsibility for results. And, of course, full responsibility implies being in the solitude of power but having the power of solitude.

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems.
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The Unicist Approach to Forecast Complex Adaptive Systems

Evolution laws rule the evolution of living beings and beings with artificial life. They are part of the ontogenetic intelligence of a living being. These laws were discovered and validated using the ontology of evolution in the fields of individual, institutional and social evolution during 20 years.

The laws are:

First law: The law of intrinsic evolution and involution

Second law: The law of energy optimization

Third law: The law of gravitational forces

Fourth law: The law of the double pendulum

Fifth law: The law of mutation

Sixth law: The law of conflict

Seventh law: The law of influence

In order to forecast a complex system it is necessary to have the map of the concepts integrating it.

This “self-organizers” map aims at developing the functional structure of a given reality to be able to forecast the possible changes produced by the effects of external gravitating forces or internal conceptual structures in a unified field.

At present, the conceptual structures that belong to three fields of human behavior are already developed:

  1. The individual field
  2. The institutional field
  3. The social field

By strictly following the facts that occur in reality, it can be inferred whether they correspond to facts that are functional or dysfunctional to a previously existing conceptual balance. From this on, it can be inferred whether these facts trigger changes in the previously existing “normality” or are just different shapes adopted by the same normality.

Thus, having the conceptual map of a reality, a forecast of its evolution can be developed always remembering that there are so many ambiguous elements in reality that the result will have:

“certainty of error and probability of nearness”

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems.
http://www.unicist.org

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