The paradigm shift introduced in sciences by the unicist epistemological approach that expanded their boundaries was developed by Peter Belohlavek.
It introduced the theoretical framework for complexity sciences, based on a pragmatic, structuralist and functionalist approach, to deal with adaptive environments without using palliatives to stabilize them.
Complex systems are studied seeking the foundation through experimentation based on preexisting secure knowledge.
The experimentation of the complex system under study must “work”, that is, it should be a real activity that produces a result for which such system has been designed. To work means that an actual activity cannot be simulated.