12 General Principles
The 12 general principles are a stimulus for a dialetic and creative way of thinking. Each principle presents two opposite ways of thinking and in the action that has to take place in order to find the right solutions for the problem task.


Combining - Separating

Symetry - Asymetry

Homogenity - Diversity

Expansion - Reduction

Mobility - Immobility (Dynamic - Static)

Consumption - Regeneration

Standardisation - Specialisation

Action - Reaction

Continuous action - Interrupted action

Partial action - Excessive action

Direct action  Indirect action

Prior action - Prior counteraction


These Principles are also suitable for solving technical problems. You can find related Inventive Principles under HINT for each principle.


For more information contact the Author Dr. Pavel Livotov