XIXORS is a community
XIXORS is a community of visionaries, who base their vision on historical events, as they believe that historical concepts can be used as an analogy to current and future social phenomena. The essence of this mentality are facts proving that principles of function are applicable to any time and any level of evolution.
The XIXORS philosophy is based on understanding that the current period of society will be followed by a subsequent period. This cycle of the period is historically known, therefore, it is possible to define the subsequent period and understand the needs that arise from it. The XIXORS aims to identify such period and implement principles of function in a form of a vision.
The XIXORS principle theory is based on knowledge of demographic links related to specific customs of the given generation (author: Pavel Kysilka, article: Demography, fool) in connection with an average period of existence of the greatest human civilizations, which is approximately two hundred years. During these two centuries, the civilization comes through these periods:
From lack of freedom to faith. From faith to courage. From courage to freedom. From freedom to prosperity. From prosperity to satisfaction. From satisfaction to apathy. From apathy to dependence. From dependence to lack of freedom.
In all cases, democracy exists only until the electorate finds out that they can “elect” themselves generous gifts from public funds. From that moment, the majority always vote candidates who promise them the largest portion of public finances, which results in the economic breakdown of every democracy and is then followed by a dictatorship. (author: Pavel Krejčí, book: Who we were, are and will be)
The XIXORS methodology is based on findings that gave grounds to modern science. The Dunning-Kruger effect is one of them. The less we know about a certain field, the more we tend to overestimate our knowledge and abilities in this given field. This well-known phenomenon has been described in 1999 by psychologists David Dunning and Justing Kruger.
For example, a man who studied cartography will be able to answer the question related to his field with great accuracy. However, someone who did not study cartography will answer with greater certainty. (Source: Journal of Personality and Social Psychology)
Persuasion of an uneducated person is a great trigger impulse. This is a suitable object of investigation for modern science. But this may cause many complications in real life. If a doctor decides to cut, all will probably end well. If a person without the corresponding education decides to cut, a disaster can be expected.
The XIXORS methodology is based on knowing that changes in society are triggered by people high greater conviction but implemented by people with corresponding education and experience.
In practice, XIXORS principles and visions arising from them can only work if we understand and interconnect four variables:
The XIXORS perceive the Code of Ethics
From a perspective, where governments, companies, enterprises or association are formed primarily by people. XIXORS are people who try to fulfil their vision in non-invasive and shared manner, with maximum possible collaboration.
They address fields that are malfunctioning and base their vision on new findings that improve these functions to make it work in the period to come.
The basic parameter of thinking of people who consider themselves as XIXORS is humanity and knowledge that all people on this planet are responsible for their children, their family and that they are all equal. Each man or woman on this planet has its role that he or she is supposed to play. Taking it away and giving it to another person who wants it makes bigger than small sense.
In their visions, XIXORS takes steps to renew functions and revert the state of matters to a functional state. The XIXORS Code of Ethics lies in implementing these principles into a complex vision: everything we do is done in compliance with people who belong to the implementation process and who are well-established in the given field.