Paradoxical Diagnoses

Unicist Functionalist Approach

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Unicist Ethics, the driver of accurate healthcare diagnoses

Until the Unicist Approach was applied to healthcare, medical failures were considered mistakes or malapraxis.

The Unicist Approach allowed defining the necessary context and the personal attitudes that are necessary to avoid paradoxical diagnosis and maximize the accuracy of the real diagnoses.

“A paradox exists when something is self-contradictory or absurd but in reality expresses a possible truth.

Health, educational and research diagnostics are a fertile ground for planting paradoxes.

The first part of the research on paradoxical functioning explains how paradoxes behave in the field of work, human action and in the healing art.

Appearance sustains paradoxes and also leads to fallacious perceptions. Finally, it can be said that paradoxes are sustained by fallacies.

This research results are presented in a synthetic but abstract language. To explain the concept of paradoxical behavior, synthetic language is required.

Paradoxes corrode human activity. Individuals are unaware of their paradoxical behavior. Unless working with a permanent and actual feedback with reality, paradoxes are usually discovered when it is too late.

In the art of healing the antidotes for paradoxical behaviors are always the same:

  • Real interest in the patient
  • Secure knowledge
  • Hard work
  • Control – quality assurance”

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NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in complexity science research and became a global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems.