This Unicist Theory allowed simplifying complex adaptive systems by emulating the organization of nature.

The breakthrough introduced by the Unicist Theory made complex adaptive systems reasonable, understandable and manageable. It integrated Complexity Sciences and Systemic Sciences in a unified field. 

The Unicist Theory includes the discovery of the intelligence that underlies nature. 

It defines that all living entities in nature have:

  1. A purpose, which defines the implicit meaning of their existence.

  2. An active and entropic principle, which puts the purpose into action to foster evolution in order to better adapt to the environment. Its action naturally generates entropy. This principle is an energy consuming principle.
    This active and entropic principle drives what has been named in the unicist theory “maximal strategies” because it fosters the expansion of the boundaries of the actions, which promotes the evolution of the entity. 

  3. An energy conservation principle, which minimizes the entropy produced by the active principle. 
    This principle drives what has been named in the unicist theory “minimum strategies”, which ensure the survival of the entity. 

Ontogenetic Intelligence

This functionality of the triadic structure applies to all complex adaptive systems. (See scientific evidences of the Unicist Theory). 

Complexity is an intrinsic characteristic of a system. When a system is complex and adaptive, the cause-effect approach using traditional sciences is fallacious, because there are no univocal cause-effect relationships among its parts.

“Systemic Sciences” is the name that has been given to traditional sciences, defining that they are ruled by univocal cause-effect relationships among “variables”. But, when dealing with complex adaptive environments they can only manage the field of probabilities and their conclusions are provisional.

Complexity Science

“Complexity Sciences”, which study complex adaptive systems, have no univocal relationships, instead, they have biunivocal relationship among the objects that are included in the unified field of the “functions” that are being researched. Their conclusions deal with the nature of these functions. This allows managing the field of possibilities and not only probabilities.

But at the end, it is required that complex adaptive systems become managed based on using univocal actions in order to “make things happen”. This requires transforming the unicist ontological knowledge into systemic knowledge in order to be able to develop operational actions.

Nevertheless, a complex system remains complex, which requires monitoring its conceptual structure accepting that the systemic actions are provisional based on fixed states, which unavoidably continue evolving. 

The Unicist Theory allowed integrating Complexity Sciences with traditional Sciences. It has to be considered that when dealing with complex adaptive systems the unicist ontological structure of functions must be known.

When this is not possible, the use of analytic tools is a necessary palliative that needs to be used, but knowing that the structure of the complex adaptive system remains unknown and that the solutions are provisional and probabilistic.

Complexity Sciences

 

Scientific applications of the Unicist Theory that changed paradigms of existing Sciences:

In Scientific Research - 1980: Development of a unicist ontological methodology for complex systems research, substituting the systemic approach to research adaptive systems. 2014: The integration of the unified field of macro and micro behavior. 2015: Development of the destructive and non-destructive tests to research adaptive environments.

In Life Sciences - 1988: Discovery of the functional structure that regulates evolution and the unicist ontological structure of living beings as a unified field. 2006: Discovery of the unicist ontological algorithm of evolution and involution. 2008: Discovery of the two types of integration, complementation and supplementation, of elements in complex adaptive systems. 2012: Discovery of the unicist ontology of biological entities. 2013: Confirmation of the unicist ontology of viruses. 2014: Discovery of the ontological structure of chronic diseases. 2014: Discovery of the structure of therapeutics. 2015: Discovery of the ontological structure of health.

In Complexity Sciences - 1998: Development of the unicist ontology emulating the ontogenetic intelligence of nature. 2003: Discovery of the anti-concepts that work as antimatter. 2006: Development of objects to manage human adaptive systems emulating the structure of nature. 2011: Discovery of the unicist ontology of complex adaptive systems. 2014: Discovery of the behavior of objects in complex adaptive systems. 2015: Discovery of the essential opposition but operational complementation between the active function and the energy conservation function of concepts.

In Information Sciences – 2002: Development of unicist ontogenetic based ontologies replacing the empirically structured ontologies. 2014: Development of unicist adaptive robotics. 2015: Development of prototypers.

In Future Research and Strategy - 1984: Modeling of the ontological structures that allow inferring the evolution developing the ontogenetic maps of human adaptive systems. 2014: Confirmation of the functionality of ethical intelligence in future research. 2015: Discovery of the unicist ontology of personal strategies.

In Logic - 1986: Development and formalization of the integrative and the unicist logic. 2013: Functionality of Dualistic Logic in complex environments. 2013: Discovery of the structure of aprioristic fallacies.

In Anthropology - 1986: Discovery of the “invariables” of human behavior. 1997: Discovery of the double dialectical behavior. 2008: Discovery of the anthropological lifestyles. 2010: Discovery of the institutional and social viruses. 2012: Discovery of the integration of ontogeny and phylogeny. 2012: Discovery of the stagnant survivors’ role in societies. 2012: Discovery of the unicist ontological structure of aptitudes, attitudes and intentions. 2013: Development of the unicist ontology of cultural adaptiveness & over-adaptiveness. 2014: Synthesis of Conceptual Anthropology.2014: Discovery of the Cultural, Institutional, Individual and Social Archetypes. 2015: Discovery of the functionality of rationalism and subjectivism as social and individual addictions.

In Economic Science - 1989: Discovery of the unicist ontological structure of Economics. 1998: Discovery of the unicist ontological algorithm of the price elasticity of demand. 2004: Discovery of the ontogenetic structure of economic models and their functionality. 2011: Discovery of the ontology of currency and inflation.  2012: Discovery of the ontology of the industrialization level. 2012: Discovery of the unicist ontology of the overcoming of scarcity. 2012: Pricing of Futures and Options. 2012: Discovery of the unicist ontology of speculative manipulation. 2014: Synthesis of Conceptual Economy. 2015: Discovery of the unicist ontology of economic freedom.

In Political Science - 1990: Development of the ontological algorithm and the ontogenesis and phylogeny of ideologies and their functionality. 2013: Development of the unicist ontology of Social, Economic and Political Democracy.

In Social Sciences - 1993: Discovery of the collective unconscious and the unicist archetypes of cultures. 2012: Discovery of the role of stagnant survivor elites in the stagnation of segments or cultures.

In Linguistics – 2004: Discovery of the unicist ontological algorithms of natural, ambiguous and figurative languages and the unicist ontology of words. 2014: Development of semantic objects. 2015: Discovery of the ontological structure of subliminal communication.

In Mathematics - 1996: Development of the conceptual basis of interdependent, dependent and independent variables. 2014: Development of the mathematical foundations of reality indicators.

In Philosophy - 1994: Development of the unicist ontology integrating philosophy, science and action in a unified field. 1997: Refutation of Hegel’s and Marx’s dialectics and the formulation of the laws of the double dialectics.

In History - 2000: Development of a historical analysis methodology based on the unicist double dialectics.

In Cognitive Science - 2001: Development of a methodology to construct knowledge with existing information through an integrative logic. 2002: Development of the unicist reflection methodology to deal with the nature of reality. 2006: Discovery of the object driven organization of mental processes and the development of cognitive objects. 2008: Development of the ontological algorithms of fundamental analysis. 2013: Development of the unicist ontology of erudition and wisdom (observers vs. participants). 2014: Discovery of the structure of the emulation of reality. 2015: Discovery of the unicist ontology of conceptualization.

In Education - 1979: Discovery of the ontogenetic algorithms of learning which has given scientific sustainability, amongst others, to Piaget. 2014: Discovery and development of learning objects. 2015: Development of Reflection Driven Education.

In Psychology - 1984: Discovery of human ontointelligence to deal with adaptive systems. 2003: Discovery of the unicist ontological structure of fallacies, the functionality of anti-intelligence and anti-intuition. 2004: Discovery of the double dialectical thinking process. 2005: Discovery of the unicist ontology and evolution laws of human essential complexes. 2011: Discovery of the ontology of conscious behavior. 2012: Discovery of the ontology of complementation of thinking processes. 2012: Discovery of the unicist ontology of psychopathy. 2014: Discovery of the structure of subliminal decision-making. 2014: Synthesis of Conceptual Psychology. 2015: Functionality of concepts as behavioral objects.

In Semiology - 2012: Discovery of the unicist ontology of semiosis as a complex adaptive system. 2015: Development of semiotic role objects.