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Illegal competition with the Unicist Confederation

The research on the illegal use of TURI’s documents produced unexpected collateral findings. It was found that there are partners who are competing with the Unicist Confederation delivering services based on unicist technologies. This implies breaking the Unicist Partnering Agreement besides producing a damage to our image because of the delivery of services by unqualified professionals using the name “unicist”.
As it was said in the preceeding report on malpraxis, the Unicist Confederation is based on “Affectio Societatis” and “Bona Fide”.
The research will be deepened. Please help us to continue the investigation in order to build a sound and solid Confederation. Anonimous information is unacceptable. Please send the information to the President of the Executive Committee.

Malpraxis Committee

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The Use of Language in the Global Expansion Strategy of the Unicist Confederation (*) 1

This is a synthesis on the results obtained from the research on the ontology of language and words’ functionality led by Peter Belohlavek and Diana Belohlavek.

The use of language in maximal and minimum strategies

The Natural words to be used to develop activities, which are basic to maximal strategies, are: ambiguous, functional hollow and objective full words. This requires a backward-chaining thinking because the purpose of what is being done has to be understood before entering in a real communication. This implies the need of having experienced the field of action. Therefore, maximal strategies require an “action-thinking/reflection-action” approach. Without a previous conscious experience it is not possible to understand ambiguous, functional hollow and objective full words.

On the other hand, minimum strategies imply the use of different words. Full subjective words (including common sense and plain language), empty and universal hollow words are the way to communicate at this level. The use of these words allows a forward-chaining thinking of the listener and therefore s/he is in control of the situation, which is essential to achieve minimum strategies. In this case, no previous experience is required. It is the natural way to talk about simple operational aspects of reality. Small-talk is the paradigm of this communication.

See complete abstract at:
https://www.unicist.org/conceptual-thinking/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/words_strategies_en.pdf

Martin Alvaro
Business Intelligence

(*) This post includes information on the nature of a specific issue. We recommend to file this post in a special folder as a cognitive object in order to be able to access it when it is needed (The Editor).

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