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Unicist Double Dialectics to design IT Architecture

The Unicist Double Dialectics describes the human rational approach when an individual emulates the functionality of nature.

The unicist thinking process is basic to influence complex realities. The access to double dialectical thinking implies both a change in the paradigms to approach reality and exert influence on it and a consistent learning process.

Human mind is based on a “dualistic” processor; neurons are either “on” or “off”.

The axiom on which unicist theory is based states that every “object” of reality has an implicit or explicit purpose, an active function to put it into action and an energy conservation function to maintain it stable. These three components are integrated in its oneness.

The understanding of a reality begins with the discovery of its purpose. After the purpose has been approached it is possible to build the first dialectical pair.

The active function is the antithesis that puts the purpose into action while its implicit utopia tries to change it. If there was no entropy inhibiting element, this situation would evolve into a dysfunctional result regarding the original purpose.

After the first dialectical pair functions, the second dialectic is born. The purpose is sustained by the energy conservation function. This function is a complementary element that limits the effects of the active function to secure the maintenance of the objectives implicit in the purpose.

The integration of these two dialectics (“purpose-active function” and “purpose-energy conservation function”) describes the key to apprehend the dynamics of a reality.

Access more information in the book “Unicist Logic and its mathematics” at the Unicist Library:

Diego Belohlavek

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.