Hello, dear friend of martial arts!

The philosophy of Budo success polarity (balance of opposites) is also found in philosophy. The Greek philosophers Aristotle, Plato and Socrates and later Hegel (German) used dialectics as a method of finding the truth.

How would I sometimes wish that our politicians would use this method in politics? But obviously, polarization brings more votes …

Are we voters so stupid (thesis), or politician (antithesis), or both (synthesis)?

As in Budo and philosophy, polarity in business is an important principle.

In the company, it is important to balance the competition and the idea of cooperation. I observe that many companies often see other providers as one-sided competitors.

Have you ever considered when it makes sense to cooperate with your competitor?

What are your answers/ideas about this?

Best regards

Alexander