I have studied chemistry, reaching Ing. and CSc. degrees in material sciences at the University of Pardubice, DrSc degree in material science at the Charles University, Prague, 1986, and a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) degree at the Newport University, Ostrava, Czech Republic, 2001. I had got more than 20 year practice in material research and some 17 year practice in top managerial positions before he entered the University of Hradec Kralove. Contemporary, I am a lecturer and scientist at the University of Hradec Kralove, the Czech Republic, focused on Management and Marketing for more than 10 years. I am an author and co-author of some 10 books, and more than 60 articles in scientific journals. I have published also more than 10 contributions of the philosophical topics (see list of published works).
I like also, languages, travelling, hiking, photography, dancing, music, ... . I am a member of the Pardubice Enthusiasts Toasmasters International Club #9854 (ACG, ALB).
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History of project
In spring 1998, I outlined the first sketch of my own theory of the World and I started to test, verified, and improved it systematically in confrontation with knowledge on philosophy, science, technology, engineering, other human activities, life experience, etc.
I self-published my ideas in the book “The Unitary Theory of the World, Part I: General Principles” in 2008. (at Trafford Publishing, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, 2008, ISBN: 978-1-4251-7553-5, accessible also at Amazon.com).
I introduced the theory officially at the 4th International Conference on Philosophy, 1-4 June 2009, Athens, Greece.
I tested the applicability of the theory at several philosophical conferences on Systems Engineering at the University of Hradec Kralove and University of Pardubice.
In July 2013, I have decided to publish the Unitary Theory of the World (for short UTW) on the internet.