Sociolution sets out to provide a framework to enhance our ability to think collectively, as a global community.
We are increasingly incapable of establishing consensus on issues of societal importance, and our society is more polarised than it's ever been throughout recorded history.
First and foremost, the collective cognitive gap creates a dissonance between what we feel to be right and how we act collectively.
Sociolution helps bridge the cognitive gap by...
Sociolution is a catalyst for solving big and complex problems by being constantly on the search for common ground on which new common ground can be established.
Human cognitive capabilities are significantly constrained in their functioning. What we perceive as reality is largely an illusion constructed by our brains.
Cognitive bias is an umbrella term that refers to the systematic ways in which the context and framing of information influence individuals’ judgment and decision-making. There are many kinds of cognitive biases that influence individuals differently, but their common characteristic is that — in step with human individuality — they lead to judgment and decision-making that deviates from rational objectivity.
A list of common cognitive biases that have a profound impact on the way we think and the conclusions we draw on a daily basis:
Personal factors such as greed and prestige fuel our cognitive biases and make us prone to corruption. Corruption, in its turn, renders official bodies, that do have authority and people’s trust, incapable of acting in the best interest of society.
The growing tendency towards polarisation and politicisasion that we have seen in recent times, along with the beforementioned factors, effectively deprive us of the ability to work together towards establishing any level of consensus on issues of societal importance.