The Unicist Research Institute (TURI) is a global decentralized research center specialized in complexity sciences focused on the research of the nature of the evolution of adaptive systems.
It was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized leading research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. More than 5,000 unicist ontological researches were developed since 1976 in the field of individual, institutional and social evolution.
TURI has a business arm and an academic arm. The business arm is developed by the Unicist Confederation and the academic arm is in charge of The Unicist Corporate University.
The spirit of the Unicist Group is based on:
The Unicist Confederation is located in USA (Delaware) and controls the activity of its two divisions: The Unicist European Confederation and the Unicist American Confederation.
The “Unicist R&D-Groups” are groups to research complex environments in nature and their homologies in the field of complex adaptive artificial systems. This research provides the basics to develop applicative solutions in the field of social, institutional and individual evolution.
The Unicist School fosters value generation and sustainable personal and social growth based on empowering the conceptual approach of its members. The school has more than 90,000 followers in 56 countries. It promotes the use of concepts and objects, which emulate nature, to develop solutions in complex environments. Its scope of activities includes participants who deal with the world of Technologies and Sciences.
In the scientific field we include participants who deal with Scientific Research, Life Sciences, Complexity Sciences, Information Sciences, Future Research and Strategy, Logic, Anthropology, Economic Science, Political Science, Social Sciences, Linguistics, Mathematics, Philosophy, History, Cognitive Science, Education, Psychology and Semiology.
The emulation of nature became possible in the Era where complexity became manageable by emulating the intelligence that underlies nature.
Complexity has been an unsolved challenge for sciences. Science dealt with complexity using multiple palliatives but without achieving consensus of what complex systems are. This challenge was faced since 1976 at The Unicist Research Institute. TURI was and is a pioneering organization in the research and development of concrete solutions for complex environments based on the Unicist Theory created by Peter Belohlavek.
Peter Belohlavek is the creator of the Unicist Theory and the founder of The Unicist Research Institute. The Unicist Theory made adaptive systems manageable and gave an epistemological structure to complexity sciences. This theory established a new starting point in science which expanded the possibilities of human influence in adaptive environments.
The unicist paradigm shift in sciences drove from an empirical approach to a pragmatic, structuralist and functionalist approach to deal with complex environments, integrating observable facts with the “nature of things”. Access Peter Belohlavek's brief
TURI, as a global decentralized organization, develops its activity on the sites of its Partners and Associates. There are no headquarters but a centralized Executive Committee and a centralized delivery of technologies.
It manages the commercial associations with Partners and Associates
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Originating Clients that made the development of technologies possible:
Code of Ethics of The Unicist Research Institute
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The Unicist Research Institute is focused on the development of a scientific approach to complexity that allows dealing with complex adaptive environments in nature and with complex adaptive systems created by humans to understand their dynamics and emulate their nature generating a more efficient and productive environment. The Institute is an organization of doers, developed by doers, for doers. www.unicist.org
The Unicist Confederation is an association of doers, developed by doers for doers, that provides adaptive solutions for businesses based on the unicist framework. It fosters the use of the Unicist Logical Approach to businesses, considered as adaptive systems, to diagnose them, build their strategies and design their functional architecture to produce results. www.unicist.net
The Unicist Corporate University is an academic institution, organized as a “teaching hospital”, to transfer unicist object driven technologies and the unicist logical approach to individuals in order allow them to manage solutions for the adaptive aspects of businesses. www.academic.unicist.org
The Unicist Goodwill Network (UGN) is a global organization that fosters the development of equal opportunities for all. The Unicist Goodwill Network is an Association of doers, by doers and for doers. The UGN works as a "pay it forward" chain to promote an added value ethics by giving opportunities to others who pay them forward. www.goodwillnetwork.net
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