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The Unicist School

Social & Economic Sciences

Social and Economic Scenarios and plans are developed by Think Tanks organized with local ONGs using the unicist conceptual economic technology and the conceptual anthropological approach to manage the complex aspects of social and economic evolution. The conceptual technology provides the information on the objects that influence social and economic evolution. Its integration with conceptual anthropology allows managing the social, political and economic scenarios as a unified field. Think Tanks are integrated by teams that include local conceptual economists, educators specialized in superior education, anthropologists and jurists.

Unicist Standard

The Unicist Standard defines the structures and the unified fields that have to be managed in an adaptive system in order to organize it and achieve the results that have been defined as possible.

This allows managing the unified field of human adaptive systems in a reasonable, understandable and provable way. The energy saving produced by the strict use of the Unicist Standard of a function exceeds 30% (experience data).

The use of the Unicist Standard is a condition for designing Strategies and Architectures. All the structural solutions, business objects and technologies follow the Unicist Standard and generate significant energy saving effects.

The Triadic Approach to Sustainable Development

The unicist theory of social growth: A triadic approach

The unicist theory of social growth: A triadic approach

The actions of the elite of a society, its Establishment, are the drivers of the evolution or involution of such society. This elite is a natural representative of the values of the mass of the society and defines the possibilities of social evolution, which are sustained by the middle class that diminishes the conflicts between the mass and the elite. When a culture is evolving there are natural opportunities for social ascension, which implies that the members of the “low” class can become members of the middle class. It has to be considered that corruption is the structural inhibitor for social growth.

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The unicist approach explains the nature of globalization

The unicist approach explains the nature of globalization

Sustainable globalization is a structured globalization that establishes a common space where this competition is equilibrated with an active cooperation. This cooperation allows fostering the possibilities of empowering the role of participants in the world. Sustainable globalization is a universal concept that applies to the globalization of countries and to the globalization of any public or private institution, like Greenpeace, the World Bank, etc., or any business organization. Therefore, this concept can even be used by an individual who needs to have this concept to go beyond the borders of a local activity.

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The Triadic Approach to Economics

Economic democracy fosters growth and social development

Economic democracy fosters growth and social development

In the economic democracy, we have structured the four basic ethics that are accepted as existent: Statism, Protectionism / Dirigisme, Pre-capitalism and The Capitalism. The ontogenesis of these ethics is homologous to the phylogeny of the human growth processes. This is to say that Statism implies the childhood of economic behavior, protectionism / dirigisme is its adolescence, Pre-capitalism is its youth and Capitalism is its maturity. Anarchy is the stage previous to these ethics. It implies that individuals develop their economic activities eluding the rules of the environment.

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Conceptual economics: a triadic micro-macro-micro approach

Conceptual economics: a triadic micro-macro-micro approach

The economic scenario of a country drives the development of its social scenario. The Unicist Conceptual Economics was developed to deal with the nature of economic behavior allowing the development of transgenerational plans (20-50 years) to promote the development of countries. Managing economics as a complex adaptive system is a breakthrough that allows dealing with the world of possibilities before entering the world of probabilities. An internationally recognized expert, Alan Greenspan, recognized the need of a conceptual approach to economy in order to maximize the predictability of economic scenarios.

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The Triadic Approach to Future Research

Using the unicist ontological structures in future research

Using the unicist ontological structures in future research

The Unicist Approach to Future Research is based on the research of the unicist ontogenetic intelligence of nature that started at the beginning of the 80’s. It was developed by Peter Belohlavek at The Unicist Research Institute. It was a step by step discovery based on the apprehension of the nature of social phenomena entering afterwards in the institutional and individual evolution. Its integration with biology and physics was the final stage that was achieved. This approach is based on the fact that future and past are not symmetric. The past and the future are only symmetric in stagnated environments.

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The Unicist Theory of Evolution: A Paradigm Shift in Sciences

The Unicist Theory of Evolution: A Paradigm Shift in Sciences

The Unicist Theory, developed by Peter Belohlavek, is a paradigm shift of the scientific approach to complex adaptive systems. The Unicist Theory has substituted empiricism by a pragmatic, structuralist and functionalist approach and has replaced knowledge falsification processes with destructive testing processes. This theory integrated complexity sciences with systemic sciences in a unified field. The Unicist Theory allowed understanding and influencing the evolution of living beings and artificial complex adaptive systems. This influence is exerted by using unicist logic and unicist technologies, which is now a worldwide trend.

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The clash between adaptive and over-adaptive cultures

The clash between adaptive and over-adaptive cultures

The root cause of the clash between cultures is in fact the confrontation between over-adaptive and adaptive cultures. Over-adaptive cultures are naturally driven by a dualistic approach which drives them to consider enemies all those that are different or have a superior level of adaptiveness. Adaptive cultures are driven by integrative approaches that allow them influencing the environment while being influenced by it. While adaptive cultures include over-adaptive behaviors in order to accept the influence of the environment, over-adaptive cultures are dualistic and cannot accept adaptive behaviors within their boundaries.

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Developing future scenarios using logical inferences

Developing future scenarios using logical inferences

When an individual “looks back” at the history, the events that occurred are reasonable, understandable and logical. Therefore when approaching the future what is required is having the “logic” that is evident when analyzing the events of the past. The building of future scenarios is based on the fact that the structure of the unicist ontology of a specific environment needs to be found in the past and that the facts of the present are used to infer the future. The unicist approach to future research is based on inferring the future based on the laws of evolution established by the ontogenetic intelligence of nature.

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