Peter Belohlavek’s Brief

Peter Belohlavek was born on April 13, 1944 in Zilina, Slovakia. His works expanded the boundaries of sciences. He is the creator of:

1) The unicist theory, which explains the dynamics and evolution of living beings and complex adaptive entities.

2) The unicist theory of evolution, which allows developing future research.

3) The epistemological structure of complexity sciences, which allows managing the complex aspects of reality.

4) The unicist theory of the unified field in nature, which allows managing the unified field of complex adaptive systems.

He is the founder of The Unicist Research Institute, a private global research organization specialized in complexity sciences that has an academic arm and a business arm. He is also the founder of The Unicist School that has more than 80,000 followers worldwide.

His basic education is in Economic Sciences. To apprehend "reality" as a complex unified field he completed his education with research driven guided studies in Psychology, Epistemology, Anthropology, Economy, Education, Sociology, Life Sciences and Management.

Peter Belohlavek

Born: April 13, 1944 Zilina, Slovakia.

Nationality:

Slovak Slovak

Argentina Argentine

Occupation: Scientist - Complexity Science

Spouse: Noemi Brown (m. 1968–present)

Children: 2

Parents: Karel Belohlavek and Jarmila Kubacova

Affiliations: • Complex Systems Society • The International Association for Ontology and its Applications • The Society for the Study of Evolution • American Economic Association • International Association for Semiotic Studies

Website: www.peterbelohlavek.net

The Unicist Theory made adaptive systems manageable and gave an epistemological structure to complexity sciences. This theory established a new starting point in science which expanded the possibilities of human influence in adaptive environments.

The unicist paradigm shift in sciences drove from an empirical approach to a pragmatic, structuralist and functionalist approach to deal with complex environments, integrating observable facts with the “nature of things”.

This theory allowed managing the adaptive aspects from Life Sciences to Social Sciences. Its application provided the four scientific pillars to develop the unicist technologies: Conceptual Economics, Conceptual Anthropology, Conceptual Psychology and Conceptual Management.

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As it is known, the management of complexity has been an unsolved challenge for sciences. Science dealt with complexity using multiple palliatives but without achieving consensus of what complex systems are.

This challenge has been faced in 1976 at The Unicist Research Institute, which became a pioneering organization in the development of concrete solutions to manage the complex adaptive systems by developing a logical approach that uses the Unicist Theory.

He discovered the intelligence that underlies nature, which gave birth to the Unicist Theory, and the ontointelligence that defines the roots of human intelligence. These discoveries and developments expanded the possibilities to upgrade education, to influence social and institutional evolution and to deal with markets.

The unicist logical approach expanded the boundaries of existing sciences. The Unicist Theory was used to develop applications in Life Sciences, Future Research, Business, Education, Healthcare and Social and Human behavior. Now complex adaptive systems became manageable and complexity science received its epistemological structure.

Among other roles, he leads the Future Research Laboratory of The Unicist Research Institute. It is a space to give access to information on country archetypes, future scenarios and trends to the worldwide community.

Scientific applications of the Unicist Theory that expanded the boundaries of existing sciences by solving their complex aspects:

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. 2016: Development of the Scientific Foundations of Medicine.

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. 2017: Discovery of the unicist ontology that integrates the wide and restricted contexts.

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. 2016: Discovery of the nature of conceptual design.

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. 2016: Discovery of the nature of entrepreneurial strategies. 2017: Discovery of the double dialectical tactics.

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. 2016: Discovery of the nature of innovation processes. 2017: Discovery of the context of social dysfunctional utopias.

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. 2016: Discovery of the nature of social networks.

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. 2016: Discovery of the nature of learning by teaching.

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 unicist ontology of conscious behavior. 2012: Discovery of the unicist 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. 2016: Discovery of the nature of human metamorphosis. 2016: Discovery of the functionality of thinking processes. 2017: Discovery of the context of personal dysfunctional utopias.

In Semiology - 2012: Discovery of the unicist ontology of semiosis as a complex adaptive system. 2015: Development of semiotic role objects. 2017: Development of the semiotic research groups.

He is the founder of The Unicist Research Institute (TURI), a global research organization specialized in complexity sciences focused on the research of the evolution of complex adaptive systems.

TURI has a business arm, the Unicist Confederation, which provides ontology based and object driven technologies for businesses, and an academic arm, The Unicist Corporate University, which develops business residencies to learn to manage diagnoses, strategies, scenario building and business modeling.

The trigger for his turning point

In 1975, being an executive at Siemens, he was kidnapped by the leftist guerrilla. After the kidnapping, he was pursued by rightist military forces because of being a possible freedom-fighter. These extreme experiences changed the goals of his life forever and drove him to develop works that allowed dealing with the complexity of human adaptive systems.

His works

He is the creator and developer of The Unicist Theory, which is based upon his discovery of the Ontogenetic Intelligence of Nature. Both, his discovery and models are the basis of natural laws to explain evolution.

His work includes universal matters such us the Ontology of Evolution, The Ontogenetic Intelligence of Nature, the Structure of Concepts, the Laws of Evolution, the Structure of Logical Thinking and the structure of Ethical Intelligence.

Peter Belohlavek’s research works include: Basic Research, Conceptual Developments, Scientific Developments, and Development of Cultural Archetypes. The work included the development of a standard. The Unicist Standard developed defined the structure of procedures and norms to manage the unicist ontological methods.

Main companies that participated in the research

The main companies that participated in the research, development and became users of the Unicist Object Driven Business Technologies are:

ABB, A. G. Mc. Kee & Co., American Express, Apple Computers, Autolatina (Ford-Volkswagen), BankBoston, BASF, Bayer, Brahma, Ciba Geigy, Cigna, Citibank, Coca Cola, Colgate Palmolive, Deutsche Bank, Diners Club, Federación Patronal de Cafeteros de Colombia, Glasurit, Hewlett Packard, IBM, ING, Johnson & Son, Lloyd´s Bank, Massey Ferguson, Merck, Monsanto, Parexel, Pirelli, Renault, Sandoz, Shell, Sisa (Citicorp), Telefónica, TGS, Worthington, Xerox, YPF (Repsol).

Globalization & Main cultural archetypes of countries

The unicist ontological approach to globalization is synthesized in Peter Belohlavek’s research works and publications and in the development of his global activities: Unicist Country Future Research - The Power of Nations - Unicist Anthropology - Unicist Country Archetypes - The Nature of Diplomatic Power - The Nature of Dissuasion Power - The Nature of Economic Power - The Nature of Ideologies - The Nature of Social Power Globalization: The New Tower of Babel? - Fundamentalism: The Ethic of Survivors.

Main country-archetypes developed

• Algeria • Argentina • Australia • Austria • Belarus • Belgium • Bolivia • Brazil • Cambodia • Canada • Chile • China • Colombia • Costa Rica • Croatia • Cuba • Czech Republic • Denmark • Ecuador • Egypt • Finland • France • Georgia • Germany • Honduras • Hungary • India • Iran • Iraq • Ireland • Israel • Italy • Japan • Jordan • Libya • Malaysia • Mexico • Morocco • Netherlands • New Zealand • Nicaragua • Norway • Pakistan • Panama • Paraguay • Peru • Philippines • Poland • Portugal • Romania • Russia • Saudi Arabia • Serbia • Singapore • Slovakia • South Africa • Spain • Sweden • Switzerland • Syria • Thailand • Tunisia • Turkey • Ukraine • United Arab Emirates • United Kingdom • United States • Uruguay • Venezuela • Vietnam

Researches in the field of social behavior

Abstracts of the main discoveries in social behavior:

• The Unicist Ontology of the Collective Unconscious • The Unicist Ontology of Democracy • The Unicist Ontology of Economic Behavior • The Unicist Ontology of Economic Growth • The Unicist Ontology of Fundamentalism • The Unicist Ontology of Fundamentalists • The Unicist Ontology of Historical Evolution • The Unicist Ontology of Ideologies • The Unicist Ontology of Lifestyles • The Unicist Ontology of the State-Nation • The Unicist approach to Scenario Building • The Unicist Ontology of a Country’s Social Scenario • The Unicist Ontology of a Country’s Economic Scenario • The Unicist Ontology of a Country’s Political Scenario • The Unicist Ontology of Expansive and Contractive State Actions • Unicist Ontological drivers of the Evolution of Countries • The Unicist Ontology of the Operational Power of Nations • The Unicist Ontology of countries' cultural change • Unicist Anthropology • The Unicist Ontology of Globalization and Sustainable Development • The Unicist Ontology of the Social Power of Nations • The Unicist Ontology of the Unicist Anthropology • The Unicist Ontology of Social Myths • The Unicist Ontology of the Power of Diplomacy • The Unicist Ontology of the Dissuasion Power of Nations • The Unicist Ontology of Countries’ Archetypes • The Unicist Ontology of the Power of Nations • The Unicist Ontology of Social and Individual Ideologies.

Researches in the field of institutions and businesses

Abstracts on the main discoveries in the field of businesses and institutions:

• The Unicist Ontogenetic Algorithm • The Ontology of Institutions • The Ontology of Enterprises • The Ontology of Entrepreneurs • The Taxonomy of Organizational Design • The Unicist Design Methodology: Unicist XD • The Unicist Ontology of Intellectual Capital • The Building of Human Capital: an ontological approach • The Unicist Ontology of Marketing Mix • The Unicist Ontology of Family Businesses • The Unicist Ontology of Object Driven Value Generation • The Unicist Ontology of Cognitive Objects • Unicist Ontology of In-Company Corporate Universities • The Unicist Ontology of Objects • The Unicist Ontology of Functional Objects • The Unicist Ontology of Operational Objects • The Unicist Ontology of Systemic Objects • The Unicist Ontology of Adaptive Systems for Work • The Unicist Ontology of Business Hackers • The Unicist Ontology of Business Process Modeling • The Unicist Ontology of Business Viruses • The Unicist Ontology of Diagnoses • The Unicist Ontology of the Factor Zero • The Unicist Ontology of Quality Assurance • The Unicist Ontology of a Commercial Catalyst • The Unicist Ontology of Functional Segmentation • The Unicist Ontology of Market Segmentation • The Unicist Ontology of Natural Organization • The Unicist Ontology of Human Process Catalysts • The Unicist Ontology of Client Centered Management • The Unicist Ontology of Innovation • The Unicist Ontology of Insourcing • The Unicist Ontology of Outsourcing • The Unicist Ontology of Research • The Unicist Ontology of Economic Growth • The Unicist Ontology of Business Synergy • The Unicist Ontology of Object Driven Management • The Unicist Ontology of the Object Driven Organization • The Unicist Ontology of Business Objects Design • The Unicist Ontology of Organizational Design • The Unicist Ontology of the Organizational Immune System • The Unicist Ontology of Proactive Responsibility • Ontological reverse engineering approach • The Unicist Ontology of Social Viruses at Work • The Unicist Standard for Business Objects Design.

Researches in the field of individual behavior

Abstracts of the main discoveries in individual behavior:

• The Unicist Ontology of Ontointelligence • The Unicist Ontology of Fallacies • The Unicist Ontology of the Ethical Intelligence • The Unicist Ontology of Anti-intelligence • The Unicist Ontology of Research • Innovation Blindness • Unicist Thinking: the Double Dialectical Thinking • The Discorvery of the Relation between Complexity Management and Human Fears • The Unicist Ontology of Universal Strategy • The Unicist Ontology of the Adults' Learning Context • The Unicist Ontology of Language • The Unicist Ontology of the Use of Words in the Building of Minimum and Maximal Strategies • The Unicist Ontology of Stagnant Survivors • The Unicist Ontology of Human Essential Complexes • The Unicist Ontology of Oedipus Complex and the Evolution of Species • The Unicist Ontology of Ambiguous Language • The Unicist Ontology of Languages as Reasoning Structures • The Unicist Ontology of Anti-intuition • The Unicist Ontology of Human Learning • The Unicist Taxonomy of Complex Problem Solving • The Ontogenesis of Ethical Intelligence • The Unicist Ontology of Innovation • The basics of Learning New Skills to Solve Complex Problems • The Unicist Ontology of Superiority Complexes • The Unicist Ontology of Fundamental and Technical Analysis • The Unicist Ontology of Time Management and Time Drivers • The Unicist Ontology of Decision Making • The Unicist Ontology of Leadership • The Unicist Ontology of Messages • The Unicist Ontology of Perception Fallacies • The Unicist Ontology of Reading the Nature of Reality • The Unicist Ontology of Reflection • The Unicist Ontology of Words’ Functionality • The Unicist Ontology of Ambiguous Perception.

Books published in English

1. Complexity Sciences

2. Unicist Epistemology

3. Unicist Logic and its mathematics

4. The Unicist Theory

5. The Unicist Paradigm Shift in Sciences

6. The Unicist Ontology of Evolution

7. The Ontogenesis of Evolution

8. Unicist Ontogenetic Intelligence of Nature

9. The Roots and Evolution of Human Intelligence

10. Ontointelligence

11. Unicist Thinking

12. Unicist Ontology to deal with Adaptive Systems

13. Conceptual Economics

14. Conceptual Anthropology

15. Conceptual Psychology

16. Conceptual Management

17. Conceptualization and Behavioral Objects

18. Unicist Country Archetypes

19. Unicist Object driven Strategy

20. The Unicist Theory of Economic Growth

21. The Unicist Theory of Social Growth

22. The Unicist Theory of Business Growth

23. The Unicist Theory of Market Growth

24. The Unicist Theory of Professional Growth

25. Australia’s Archetype

26. Brazil’s Archetype

27. Butterfly Companies & their cure

28. Complexity Sciences and the Theory of Evolution

29. Design of Complex Systems Research

30. Development of Consciousness through Action

31. Dualistic Logic vs. Unicist Logic

32. France’s Archetype

33. Fundamentalism

34. Germany’s Archetype

35. Globalization: the new tower of Babel?

36. Growth Crisis 2008-2010

37. Influencing Nature

38. Innovation

39. Institutionalization

40. Introduction to the Nature of Perception and Credibility

41. Introduction to the Unicist Ontology of Evolution

42. Introduction to Unicist Business Therapeutics

43. Introduction to Unicist Diagnostics

44. Introduction to Unicist Econometrics

45. Introduction to Unicist Market Segmentation

46. Introduction to Unicist Object Driven Entrepreneuring

47. Introduction to Unicist Thinking

48. Knowledge, the Competitive Advantage

49. Mind Traps: That hinder personal success

50. Natural Organization of Outsourcing and Insourcing

51. Peopleware: The Integrator of Hardware and Software

52. Real Diagnostics vs. Paradoxical Diagnostics

53. RobotThinking

54. Social Critical Mass in Business

55. Sweden’s Archetype

56. The Book of Diplomacy

57. The Ethic of Foundations

58. The Nature of Big Change Management

59. The Nature of Complementation

60. The Nature of Democracy

61. The Nature of Developed & Developing Countries

62. The Nature of Diplomatic Power

63. The Nature of Dissuasion Power

64. The Nature of Doers

65. The Nature of Economic Power

66. The Nature of Ideologies

67. The Nature of Social Power

68. The Nature of Unicist Business Strategy

69. The Nature of Unicist Object Driven Business Growth

70. The Nature of Unicist Object Driven Change Management

71. The Nature of Unicist Object Driven Institutional Immune Systems

72. The Nature of Unicist Object Driven Leadership

73. The Nature of Unicist Object Driven Management

74. The Nature of Unicist Object Driven Marketing

75. The Nature of Unicist Object Driven Organization

76. The Nature of Unicist Reverse Engineering for Object Design

77. The Ontogenesis of Knowledge Acquisition: The Unicist Ontology of Human Learning

78. The Origin of Human Fallacies

79. The Path of the Architect

80. The Power of Nations

81. The Unicist Approach to Businesses

82. The Unicist Ontology of Ethical Intelligence

83. The Unicist Ontology of Family Businesses

84. The Unicist Ontology of Human Capital Building

85. The Unicist Ontology of Network Building

86. Unicist Business Architecture

87. Unicist Business Diagnostics: The Compendium of Ontologies for Business Diagnostics

88. Unicist Business Objects Building: An Ontology based and Object driven Technology

89. Unicist Business Strategy: an Emulation of Nature

90. Unicist Business Strategy: Ontology based and Object driven Business Strategy

91. Unicist Business Therapeutics: Ontological based and Object driven Therapeutics

92. Unicist Confederation: Cooperation in Diversity

93. Unicist Country Future Research

94. Unicist Country Scenario Building: Ontology based Country Scenario Building

95. Unicist Future Research

96. Unicist Marketing Mix

97. Unicist Marketing: Ontology based and Object driven Marketing

98. Unicist Mechanics & Quantum Mechanics

99. Unicist Mechanics: Business Application

100. Unicist Object Driven Diagnostics

101. Unicist Object Driven Learning

102. Unicist Object Driven Management

103. Unicist Object Driven Marketing

104. Unicist Object Driven Negotiation

105. Unicist Ontogenetic Algorithms to solve business problems

106. Unicist Ontology of Evolution For All

107. Unicist Ontology of History: Unicist Methodology for Historical Research

108. Unicist Ontology of Language

109. Unicist Organization: Object Driven Design

110. Unicist Organization: Ontology based and Object driven Organization

111. Unicist Organizational Cybernetics

112. Unicist Personal Strategies

113. Unicist Personalized Education

114. Unicist R&D of Adaptive Systems in Business

115. Unicist Reflection to focus on solutions

116. Unicist Reflection: The path towards strategy

117. Unicist Standard for Adaptive System’s Pilot Testing

118. Unicist Standard for Business Benchmarking

119. Unicist Standard for Business Growth

120. Unicist Standard for Business Objects Building

121. Unicist Standard for Critical Mass Building

122. Unicist Standard for Human Adaptive Behavior

123. Unicist Standard for Ontological Business Diagnostics

124. Unicist Standard for Ontological Business Modeling

125. Unicist Standard for Ontological Change Management

126. Unicist Standard for Ontological Leadership

127. Unicist Standard for Ontological Scenario Building

128. Unicist Standard for the Ontological R&D of Adaptive Systems

129. Unicist Standard Language

130. Unicist Standard Language: To design, build and manage Human Adaptive Systems

131. Unicist Standard to deal with the Ontology of Learning

132. Unicist Standard to deal with the Ontology of Personal Evolution

133. Unicist Standard to Manage the Ontology of Businesses

134. Unicist Standard to Research the Ontology of Human Adaptive Systems

135. Unicist Superior Education

136. Strategic Thinking

137. Concepts make you Free

138. Unicist “Q” Method

139. The Unicist 5 Why Method

140. Virtual Marketplace Building

141. Evolution of Intelligence

142. Guidelines for Systemic Business Problems Solving

143. Introduction to Conceptual Anthropology

144. Introduction to Sustainable Globalization Building

145. Introduction to The Nature of Economic Freedom

146. Commercial Critical Mass: Critical Mass Building for Marketing Processes

147. Unicist Commercial Objects: to Drive Commercial Processes

148. Unicist Semantic Objects: for Innovation & Differentiation Marketing

149. Unicist Learning Objects for Superior Education

150. Unicist Research & Innovation

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The Unicist Paradigm Shift in Sciences

The unicist approach to complexity emulates nature to deal with natural or artificial complex adaptive systems. Such emulation is based on the discovery of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature that regulates the evolution of living beings and natural entities.

The Unicist Theory explains the dynamics and evolution of living beings and complex adaptive entities. It substituted empiricism by a pragmatic, structuralist and functionalist approach and replaced knowledge falsification processes with destructive testing processes.

The four pillars of the paradigm shift in science are:

  • 1) The unicist theory, which explains the dynamics and evolution of living beings and complex adaptive entities.
  • 2) The unicist theory of evolution, which allows forecasting future scenarios.
  • 3) The epistemological structure of complexity sciences, which allows managing the complex aspects of reality.
  • 4) The unicist theory of the unified field in nature, which allows managing the unified field of complex adaptive systems.

Country Archetypes Developed

• Algeria • Argentina • Australia • Austria • Belarus • Belgium • Bolivia • Brazil • Cambodia • Canada • Chile • China • Colombia • Costa Rica • Croatia • Cuba • Czech Republic • Denmark • Ecuador • Egypt • Finland • France • Georgia • Germany • Honduras • Hungary • India • Iran • Iraq • Ireland • Israel • Italy • Japan • Jordan • Libya • Malaysia • Mexico • Morocco • Netherlands • New Zealand • Nicaragua • Norway • Pakistan • Panama • Paraguay • Peru • Philippines • Poland • Portugal • Romania • Russia • Saudi Arabia • Serbia • Singapore • Slovakia • South Africa • Spain • Sweden • Switzerland • Syria • Thailand • Tunisia • Turkey • Ukraine • United Arab Emirates • United Kingdom • United States • Uruguay • Venezuela • Vietnam

Conceptual Segmentation of Markets

• Automobile • Food • Mass consumption • Financial • Insurance • Sports and social institutions • Information Technology (IT) • Communications • Perishable goods • Mass media • Direct sales • Industrial commodities • Agribusiness • Healthcare • Pharmaceutical • Oil and Gas • Chemical • Paints • Education • Services • Commerce and distribution • Mining • Timber • Apparel • Passenger transportation –land, sea and air • Tourism • Cargo transportation • Professional services • e-market • Entertainment and show-business • Advertising • Gastronomic • Hotel-management • Credit card • Real estate • Fishing • Publishing • Industrial Equipment • Construction and Engineering • Bike, motorbike, scooter and moped • Sporting goods