The homology between the Unicist Theory and the TAO allows understanding the level of integration that needs to be achieved to adapt to an environment to generate value.
The energy is generated when the purpose is being achieved integrating the active principle and the energy conservation principle. This integration defines, at an essential level, the unified field of a given reality.
Apprehending reality as a unified field requires accepting that one is part of that reality and that there are no observers but participants when dealing in an adapted way with complex adaptive systems.
The Unicist Logic and the TAO
Both the Unicist Double Dialectical Logic (Unicist Logic) and the TAO deal with the principles that underlie nature.
The integration of Yin and Yang builds the triadic structure of the Unicist Logic. Both the TAO and the Unicist Logic explain the structure of the unified field of the functionality of a specific reality including its dynamics and evolution.
Yang is homologous to the dialectics between the purpose and the active principle. It defines the active functionality of an entity.
Yin is homologous to the dialectics between the purpose and the energy conservation principle. It defines the energy conservation functionality.
The conjunction of both dialectics is defined by a triadic structure that integrates the ultimate functional purpose of the entity with the active principle and with its complement, defined by the energy conservation principle.
Both the TAO and the Unicist Logic are based on the use of the conjunction “and” excluding the use of the disjunction “or”.
If you are not aware of the scientific use of the TAO, we recommend reading the book “Tao of Physics” by Fritjof Capra.
NOTE: The Unicist Research Institute was the pioneer in using the unicist logical approach in complexity science research and became a private global decentralized leading research organization in the field of human adaptive systems. It has an academic arm and a business arm. http://www.unicist.org/repo/index.php#Unicist