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Peter Belohlavek was born in Zilina, Slovakia, in 1944. He is the scientist who developed the epistemological structure of complexity sciences and the Unicist Theory, including its applications to individual, institutional and social evolution. He is the founder of The Unicist Research Institute, a pioneer in complexity sciences since 1976.

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Peter Belohlavek is the scientist who created the Unicist Theory. His theory is a paradigm shift in sciences that allowed going beyond empiricism integrating complexity sciences and systemic sciences.

This approach established a structure to manage “complexity sciences” providing an ontological approach to deal with the evolution of complex adaptive systems.

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He discovered the intelligence that underlies nature, which gave birth to the Unicist Theory, and the ontointelligence that defines the roots of human intelligence. These discoveries and developments expanded the possibilities to upgrade education, to influence social and institutional evolution and to deal with markets.

The unicist ontological approach expanded the boundaries of existing sciences. The Unicist Theory was used to develop applications in Life Sciences, Future Research, Business, Education, Healthcare and Social and Human behavior. Now complex adaptive systems became manageable and complexity science received its epistemological structure.

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Peter Belohlavek’s main discoveries and developments

Research & Development

Theoretical Framework: Scientific Framework of the Unicist Ontological Approach

“Complexity Science” Research

Think Tanks

The 4 Pillars to deal with the nature of things

The Epistemology to deal with Complexity

Sustainable Development

Conceptual Anthropology

Conceptual Economics

The Unicist Theory of Social Growth

The Unicist Theory of Economic Growth

The Ethics of Democracy

The Unicist Ontology of Democracy

The Unicist Ontology of Justice

The Structure of Ideologies

Sustainable Globalization

Social and Institutional Corruption

The clash between adaptive and over-adaptive cultures


The Unicist Theory of Business Growth

The Unicist Theory for Market Growth

Unicist Strategy

The Unicist Ontology of Organizational Equilibrium


Superior Education

Unicist Adaptive Learning

Unicist Reflection

The Unicist Ontology of Learning

Basic Research

The Unicist Paradigm Shift in Sciences

The Unicist Ontology

The Unicist Theory

Scientific Evidences of the Unicist Theory

The Unicist Theory of Evolution

Complexity Sciences

The Unicist Logic and its Mathematics


The Ontogenetic Intelligence of Nature

Complementation and Supplementation in Nature

The Triadic Functionality of Amino Acids

The Unicist Ontology of Health

The Unicist Ontology of Viruses

Clinical Trials

Intelligence & Behavior

Conceptual Psychology

Ethical Intelligence, Strategic Intelligence and Logical Thinking

Language and Intelligence

Conceptual Thinking

Human Essential Complexes

Avoiding Fallacies: The Quality Assurance for Human Behavior

“Future Scenarios Study

Archetypes of Countries

Future Research

Future Scenarios

Double Dialectical Logic



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