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Ideologies are the restricted context for social evolution

Before the unicist approach, ideologies were considered as the core aspect of the political scenario of a culture that sustained the ethics of the governmental and social actions.

The unicist approach to evolution integrated ideologies both at an individual and social level considering that they might be absolute or functional and that their evolution is driven by technologies. A change of technologies is needed to foster the evolution of ideologies.

“Ideologies are necessary to provide a secure framework of ideas to human beings to deal with their adapting processes to the environment and its changes. Ideologies sustain human actions in the individual and social fields.

Thus, we found two different ideologies that regulate, on the one hand, the individual behavior, and, on the other hand, the social behavior.

The nature of a personal ideology can be described as the integration of the individual’s social ideology and the individual ideology to define the role of the person in the society.

The social ideology is the mask that covers the inaccessible archetype of the culture while the individual ideology is the mask that covers the ethical intelligence of an individual.

Ideologies make the development of individuals’ role in the society possible. Ideologies work as short-cuts, in which the individual has no real awareness of his own archetype or of his individual predominant type of ethics. Therefore, when the functionality of ideologies is replaced by absolute ideologies, this frequently drives to self-fulfilling prophesy.”

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