The Functionality of Conscious Intelligence

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The purpose of the research on conscious intelligence was to uncover the structure of its functionality, thereby enhancing human reasoning, decision-making, action, and value-adding strategy building.

This research led to the discovery of “ontointelligence,” a type of functional intelligence that enables the apprehension and management of the essential aspects of the real world. Ontointelligence includes strategic intelligence, which provides an individual’s natural approach to dealing with conflicts and developing strategies.

The research on intelligence, led by Peter Belohlavek at The Unicist Research Institute, included monitoring the evolution of 102 individuals, among them 9 had high IQ, 71 for more than 10 years, and 31 for more than 20 years. It allowed defining three different types of intelligence: ontointelligence, reactive intelligence, and active intelligence. It included also the discovery of the anti-intelligence that allows profiting from the environment while avoiding adapting to it.

Additionally, the research on human intelligence has opened up possibilities for accessing a value-adding strategic approach to the real world. These research processes are ongoing. Learn more

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Value-Adding Strategy for Next-Generation Leaders

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As part of the 50-year Transgenerational Evolution Program, the sponsored personal and business strategy program is a nonprofit activity aimed at fostering microeconomics-driven development through the enhancement of conscious behavior. This is realized through a value-adding strategic approach.


Unicist Strategy emulates the intelligence of nature and manages the functionalist principles of businesses along with their binary actions to expand possibilities and ensure results. Developed by Peter Belohlavek at The Unicist Research Institute, it has been applied to 44 markets, 70 country scenario monitoring processes, and over 50 Fortune 100 companies to forecast their equity value. It is also included in educational programs for graduates.

Value-adding strategies are based on conscious reasoning. The past and the future are not symmetrical, and these strategies are designed to avoid symmetry with the past.

Strategic reasoning involves identifying the functional structures in the past, using present data to infer the future, and designing actions to achieve results in both the short and long term.

It also entails understanding the functionalist principles of the involved functions, defining maximal strategies for growth, minimal strategies to ensure results, and developing unicist binary actions that make things work.

The Program

This program leverages the educational possibilities opened by AI and is based on unicist reflection-driven education, which requires real actions to learn how to manage the functionality of strategies.

  1. The duration of the program is 5 weeks with a commitment of 3 hours per week.
  2. Access to the Unicist Conceptual Designer 3.0 to build strategies.
  3. Support by the Unicist Virtual Advisor.
  4. Counseling services to address real cases managed by a counseling committee.
  5. It includes access to the necessary program documents, including an e-book.
  6. Certification of the participants (*)

(*) Most strategies are developed to profit from the environment. The unicist strategy is a value-adding approach where the benefit results from having added value to the environment. Therefore, the certification of the unicist strategy confirms the value that an individual can deliver.

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The Unicist Virtual Advisor

You can learn about the unicist causal approach to human behavior by spending just 10 minutes debating with the Unicist Virtual Advisor.

Suggested questions to begin the debate:

– What is the unicist approach to strategy?

– What is the unicist approach to conscious intelligence?

– What is the unicist approach to conceptual thinking?

– What is the unicist approach to psychology?

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