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Unicist Solutions: Understanding Pseudo-Complementation

Pseudo complementation is the agreement between parts in which the proponent of the complementation profits from the relationship without providing a benefit or producing any apparent damage for the counterpart. It is based on the integration of the parts where the proponent needs to survive and benefits from the counterpart without harming it.

It is homologous to commensalism in Biology:

Commensalism, in biology, a relation between individuals of two species in which one species obtains food or other benefits from the other without either harming or benefiting the latter. (This kind of relation can be contrasted with mutualism, in which both species benefit.) The commensal (the species that benefits from the association) may obtain nutrients, shelter, support, or locomotion from the host species, which is substantially unaffected. The commensal relation is often between a larger host and a smaller commensal; the host organism is unmodified, whereas the commensal species may show great structural adaptation consonant with its habits, as in the remoras that ride attached to sharks and other fishes.”

The objective of pseudo-complementation is to ensure the survival of the proponents.

This implies that the process needs to generate value for them and sustain the situation in order to ensure survival.

Pseudo-complementation is a natural way to survive in places where over-adaptation is necessary because participants are extremely uncertain or do not have the energy to adapt to the environment.

To develop a pseudo-complementation individuals need to submit to the environment.

To do so in a structural way they need to integrate a submissive attitude with a dominant action in some environment and oppose to aspects in order to avoid the perception of over-adaptation.

This over-adaptive attitude allows them to expand the pseudo-complementation in all those fields in which the counterpart lets them survive.

Their unicist minimum strategy is given by their capacity of finding the adequate justifications and using the necessary power to appropriate value from the counterpart without endangering its existence.

Individuals that develop a pseudo-complementation necessarily need to use psychopathic manipulation to ensure their survival without falling into an anti-complementation attitude.

Peter Belohlavek

NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in using a logical approach to deal with evolution and became a private global decentralized world-class research organization in the field of human adaptive systems.  http://www.unicist.org

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