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Understanding evolution: The limits of diagnoses

Many diagnoses fail because their application goes beyond the boundaries of their validity.

The research on decision making and diagnosing, developed at The Unicist Research Institute, made the discovery of the logical limits of diagnoses possible.

Diagnoses are human deeds; they reflect the mind models used by those who make the diagnoses. Some of the issues that limit the validity of diagnoses are: common sense, reality awareness, not grounded opinions and the fallacious myths of a culture.

“I don’t know” is the most difficult, less frequently used, but most necessary phrase to be pronounced when making diagnoses.

It is the starting point for accessing the knowledge needed to diagnose.

This changes the paradigms of the validity of knowledge.

Click here to access the complete information.

Your comments on this discovery are welcome.

You can find information on this discovery  in the Unicist Business Search Engine: http://www.unicist.com

Request more information: n.i.brown@unicist.org

Your comments are welcome.

Peter  Belohlavek

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