The 4 Pillars

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The Scientific Breakthroughs based on the Unicist Theory developed at The Unicist Research Institute can by synthesized in: 1) The Unicist Conceptual Economics that was developed to build long-term economic planning; 2) The Unicist Conceptual Management that provides a unicist logical approach to manage businesses as adaptive systems; 3) The Unicist Conceptual Anthropology that explains the essence of human behavior; 4) The Unicist Conceptual Psychology that explains the roots of how individuals manage their intrapersonal and interpersonal relationships.

1) Unicist Conceptual Economics

Unicist Conceptual Economics

It provides a synthesis on the conceptual approach to social, political and economic scenarios developed at The Unicist Research Institute and is a bridge with the real economy considered as a complex adaptive system. It is included in the conceptual model for country scenario building and forecasting.

The development of the conceptual approach to country scenarios, which included conceptual economics, started in the ’70s and its core aspects were finished in the ’90s. It was triggered by the need to find a structural solution to the multiple failures in applying economic solutions to different countries.

The objective was to find the concepts that allow adapting the systemic economy to the true drivers of economics considered as a complex system managing its unified field.

2) Unicist Conceptual Management

Unicist Conceptual ManagementThe management of the adaptive aspects of a business, where the feedback defines the actions that need to be done, requires knowing the concepts of the functions that are being managed. A concept is defined by the integration of a purpose, an active function, which generates entropy, and an energy conservation function that sustains the achievement of the purpose.

When the concepts of a dynamic adaptive system are unknown, the functionality of such system becomes subject dependent and the system tends towards chaos.

In the field of business, this approach becomes necessary when dealing with complex problems such as diagnoses, strategy building and architecture, since the structure of concepts used in the unicist approach allows individuals to apprehend the dynamics of adaptive systems and design objects to introduce in the processes of such systems.

3) Unicist Conceptual Anthropology

Unicist Conceptual AnthropologyThis complexity scientific approach to human behavior and the structural analysis of individuals’ deeds was developed at The Unicist Research Institute in order to forecast evolution. It exposes the invariables of cultures that allow defining the structure of their behavior.

It researches not only the evolution of Man as a species and as an individual but also the evolution of his institutions. It studies Man, his actions and his transcendence as “a unified field”.

Its main tool is the application of the Unicist Theory of Evolution, the Unicist Logic, and the laws of evolution of individuals, institutions and cultures.

It studies the most intrinsic and extrinsic concepts that operate as “drivers” of cultures and individuals to use them as a basis for the causal-conceptual description of a reality in order to forecast it.

Unicist Anthropology conceptually structures taboos, myths and utopias that influence man’s actions. Its main objective is to forecast the behavior of individuals, institutions and cultures so as to basically influence upon their evolution.

4) Unicist Conceptual Psychology

Unicist Conceptual PsychologyConceptual psychology defines the essential drivers of human conscious adaptive processes. It has been developed to empower human adaptive processes. It has not been created to develop any kind of therapeutic process, but to explain the roots of the psychological drivers of human behavior.

The discovery of the unicist ontology of consciousness and the development of its ontogenetic map opened the possibilities to manage adaptive systems for everyone.

This is a breakthrough that makes the expansion of consciousness possible using the technologies of the real world going beyond the intuitive approach. It is a back to basics but with the inclusion of the real world technologies.

It allows individuals to develop their level of consciousness expanding their possibilities to diagnose, build strategies and develop structural solutions in the real world.