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People can manage those problems whose solutions they are able to emulate in mind. Different functional intelligences allow emulating different types of solutions. This process was named “Thought Experiment” and has become a popular domain through Albert Einstein’s work.
Thought Experiment – Gedankenexperiment: Albert Einstein, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, forever changed the landscape of science by introducing revolutionary concepts that shook our understanding of the physical world. One of Einstein’s most defining qualities was his remarkable ability to conceptualize complex scientific ideas by imagining real-life scenarios. He called these scenarios Gedankenexperiments, which is German for thought experiments. (Ali Sundermier) – Nikola Tesla’s researches and developments are also paradigmatic examples of this approach to science and problem solving.
The unicist approach to business was developed to build structural solutions in adaptive environments. This requires emulating reality in mind.
This emulation is materialized in the building of a model that has to be homologous to the real world. This model must allow envisioning a specific functional reality and also experiencing it.
The unicist approach to the emulation of reality is homologous to the thought experimental approach.
The unicist approach implies an action-reflection-action process that requires finding the root-causes of facts and emulating in mind the solutions that upgrade the previous stage. Unicist reflection requires the use of destructive tests to define the limits of the validity of knowledge or solutions. The unicist destructive tests are based on self-criticism, which fosters personal improvement, and includes a spontaneous amending attitude and the capacity of laughing at oneself.
The unicist reflection process is a sort of thought experiment, that basically deals with finding or managing the root-causes of real problems and the root-drivers of real solutions. This reflection process is a destructive and non-destructive tests driven process.
The unicist approach, that is homologous to the processes used by Albert Einstein and Nikola Tesla, integrates the development of destructive and non-destructive tests with the unicist reverse engineering method and the unicist reflection methodology to develop solutions. This needs to be sustained by a solution thinking approach that uses a logical approach to apprehend the concepts involved.
Main application fields:
Medicine, evolution, adaptive environments, adaptive systems, the research of the nature of things, social scenarios, anthropology, social evolution, economics, economic scenarios, future research, strategies, business strategies, root-cause finding, conceptual design, business architecture, business diagnoses, business organization, marketing, learning processes, talent development, personal development.
Unicist Reverse Engineering.
Unicist reverse engineering is the process of discovering the unicist ontological structure of an object, system or reality through the analysis of its fundamental structure, function and operation.
Unicist reverse engineering is the unicist mechanical process to discover or rediscover the nature of an object of reality that is being researched. It is a technological approach that becomes necessary when dealing with the nature of problems.
It is the basic tool for complex problem solving. Without being able to deal with the reverse engineering process the nature of problems cannot be approached. This is the real limit of the problems an individual can solve.
The unicist reverse engineering process is the basic approach to rediscover the concepts of a reality that have been discovered. And in order to do this, individuals need to discover the components of the “mounting line” that define the final reality until they had found the objects that integrate that reality.
Unicist Destructive Pilot Testing.
Destructive testing is the first step when testing adaptive systems. It allows defining the limits of the possibilities of the adaptive system that is being tested.
The results of adaptive systems are omnipotent fantasies unless they have been tested. Adaptive system testing implies testing their functionality and requires a precise design of the tests. The “trial and error” use of objects is not a pilot test.
Destructive testing needs to be the first test when dealing with complex problems. The first step of a reflection process implies projecting one’s beliefs on the external reality. This implies needing a destructive testing approach to eliminate the subjectivism that is implicit in any projection.
Unicist reflection is an approach to complex human adaptive systems to understand their nature, define the possibilities to influence them, apprehend the algorithms that allow exerting influence and generate added value.
The reflection process can be synthesized in the following steps:
0 – Focus on the solution
1 – Dealing with projections
Destructive pilot tests
2 – Dealing with Introjections
Non-destructive – Destructive pilot tests
3 – Dealing with integration
Non-destructive pilot tests
4 – Dealing with communion
5 – Dealing with the unified field
Unicist Reflection requires having a final picture in mind. It requires positive thinkers; individuals who see the bottle half full, not half empty.
Unicist Thinking allows emulating the ontogenetic intelligence of nature using the double dialectical thinking. It is a demonstration that the dualistic dialectical approaches that Hegel and Marx developed to explain the evolution of human behavior are fallacious.
The unicist double dialectical logic uses the dualistic operation of neurons to build a mental emulation of the structure of nature that allows dealing with the adaptive aspects of reality. Unicist thinking is the name given to the process that allows building the double dialectical logic.
Unicist thinking allows defining the nature of reality in a reasonable and provable way. It is based on double dialectical thinking in order apprehend nature emulating the ontogenetic intelligence of nature.
It is necessary to diagnose, build strategies and design architectures. It provides the structure to understand the fundamentals of an activity and integrate the fundamental knowledge with the technical analytical knowledge to make decisions.