Science, Technology, Imperialism, and War

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Science, Technology, Imperialism, and War

Science, Technology, Imperialism, and War

  • Author: Jyoti Bhusan Das Gupta
  • Publisher: Pearson Education India
  • ISBN: 9788131708514
  • Category: Imperialism
  • Page: 876
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The Volume Science, Technology, Imperialism And War Interlinks The Concerned Themes To Present A Coherent Analyssis Of The Development Of Related Ideas And Institutions In The Subcontinent. The Chapters On Science, Therefore, Look At The Cognitive And Socio-Historical Aspects Of Science, Relating The Same With The Establishment And Spread Of Imperialism In India; With Its Application To Develop Technologies; And With The Use Of Such Technologies To Fund The Major Preoccupation Of Imperialism - War. Likewise, The Section On Technology Leads The Reader To A Search For Its Very Probable Links With Imperialism And War. The Section On Imperialism Offers Four Themes In The Edited Volume: The First One Deals With Its Theories; The Second With Its Link With Colonialism; And The Third And The Fourth Follow Its Manifestation In The Russian And British Adventures-Chiefly In Central Asia And India. The Depecdence Of Imperialism On War Looms Large. War, The Concluding Theme Of This Exercise, Is The Saturation Point Of Himan Efforts To Subjugate And Dominate Others. The Scholars Writing In This Section Critically Survey The Various Kinds Of War-Conventional, Linited And Nuclear-And A Detailed And Insightful Analysis Of The Cold War By The Editor Completes The Picture. This Volume Will Prove Invaluable To Scholars And Students Of South Asian Studies, History, Political Science And International Relations, And Defence Studies Alike.

History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization: pt. 1. Science, technology, imperialism and war

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History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization: pt. 1. Science, technology, imperialism and war

History of Science, Philosophy and Culture in Indian Civilization: pt. 1. Science, technology, imperialism and war

  • Author: Debi Prasad Chattopadhyaya
  • Publisher: Pearson Education India
  • ISBN: 9788131728185
  • Category: India
  • Page: N.A
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Love, Life and Death

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Love, Life and Death

Love, Life and Death

  • Author: Chattopadhyaya D. P.
  • Publisher: Pearson Education India
  • ISBN: 9788131726693
  • Category: Consciousness
  • Page: 220
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The mysteries of love, life and death claim the perennial fascination of the human mind. Religious and secular thinkers throughout history have grappled with shifting notions about these human experiences. But since our modes of enquiry, the language we employ and our conventions of reasoning keep us bound to specific patterns of thought, we continue to be alienated from each other-individually, communally and civilizationally. In this book eminent philosopher and scholar D.P. Chattopadhyaya asks anew the fundamental question: What is it to live, love and die? Exploring the lives, writings and actions of some of the world's most influential poets, philosophers and scientists-from Copernicus to Keats and from Sankara to Aurobindo-he wades through the stream of human consciousness and encounters traces of cultural universals.

History of Science and Philosophy of Science

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History of Science and Philosophy of Science

History of Science and Philosophy of Science

A Historical Perspective of the Evolution of Ideas in Science

  • Author: Pradip Kumar Sengupta
  • Publisher: Pearson Education India
  • ISBN: 9788131719305
  • Category: Consciousness
  • Page: 705
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Humanities And Communication Skills (For The University Of Calicut)

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Humanities And Communication Skills (For The University Of Calicut)

Humanities And Communication Skills (For The University Of Calicut)

  • Author: Pearson Education
  • Publisher: Pearson Education India
  • ISBN: 9788131755747
  • Category:
  • Page: 192
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The Relations between Defence and Civil Technologies

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The Relations between Defence and Civil Technologies

The Relations between Defence and Civil Technologies

  • Author: Philip Gummett,Judith Reppy
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 9401578036
  • Category: Social Science
  • Page: 305
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This book arises from a meeting held at Wiston House, Sussex, UK, in September 1987. The meeting brought together academic, governmental and industrial experts from eight countries to discuss the increasingly important sUbject of the relations between civil and defence technologies. It was primarily funded under the Advanced Research Workshops Programme of NATO's Scientific Affairs Division, and was the first science policy workshop funded by the Programme. Additional financial support came from the Leverhulme Trust. The choice of topic, of speakers and, finally, of papers to be published was entirely ours. The conclusions reached were our own and those of the partIcipants. They were not in any way guided by NATO; nor do they represent NATO policy. We speak for all the participants in offering our thanks to the NATO SCIentific Affairs Division, especially Secretary General Durand and Dr. Craig Sinclair, for rnei r- generosity and encouragement. WIthout them this book would not exist. We thank the Leverhulme Trust for enabling assistance to be provided to the Workshop Directors, in the form of lain Bate, who himself played a major part in the success of the meeting. The staff of Wiston House must also be thanked for prOViding an admirable environment for the meeting. For secretarial support prior to the meeting we thank Gill Miller and Lesley Price. Finally, we offer special thanks to Mrs. Yvonne Aspinall for converting all the papers, in whatever state they were presented, into camera-ready copy with such professionalism and gOOd humour.

Encyclopedia of Government and Politics

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Encyclopedia of Government and Politics

Encyclopedia of Government and Politics

  • Author: John Paynter,M. E. Hawkesworth,Maurice Kogan,Richard Orton,Peter Seymour,Tim Howell
  • Publisher: Psychology Press
  • ISBN: 9780415072250
  • Category: Music
  • Page: 1208
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Machines as the Measure of Men

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Machines as the Measure of Men

Machines as the Measure of Men

Science, Technology, and Ideologies of Western Dominance

  • Author: Michael Adas
  • Publisher: Cornell University Press
  • ISBN: 9780801497605
  • Category: Science
  • Page: 430
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This new edition of what has become a standard account of Western expansion and technological dominance includes a new preface by the author that discusses how subsequent developments in gender and race studies, as well as global technology and politics, enter into conversation with his original arguments.

Science, War and Imperialism

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Science, War and Imperialism

Science, War and Imperialism

India in the Second World War

  • Author: Jagdish Sinha
  • Publisher: BRILL
  • ISBN: 9047433343
  • Category: History
  • Page: 292
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This is the first integrated and in-depth study of the state of science during the Second World War in India. Drawing on a variety of sources, it examines the impact of the war on science under colonial conditions and its consequences for India in transition from bondage to freedom.

Self, Society, and Science

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Self, Society, and Science

Self, Society, and Science

Theoretical and Historical Perspectives

  • Author: Debi Prasad Chattopadhyaya,Ashoke Kumar Sen Gupta
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Philosophy and science
  • Page: 493
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Self, Society And Science: Theoretical And Historical Perspectives Is One Of A Set Of Four Volumes Purported To Broach The Basic Themes Of The Subject, Consciousness, Science, Society Value And Yoga [Conssavy]. This Sub-Project Is A Part And Extension Of The Ongoing Project Of History Of Indian Science, Philosophy And Culture [Phispc]. Science Has Been Descrived Both As Abstract And Concrete. Mathematical Language, Constructive Orientation And The Invisible Universality Of Scientific Laws Make It Abstract. But When Its Dependence On Human Experience And Practice Is Recalled, Science Is Felt To Be Concrete And Close To Common Sense. Science Is Social In A Double Sense. No Individual In His Isolation Can Create Science. He Is Influenced By The Views Of Others, Predecessors And Contemporaries, And Scientific Truth-Claims Need To Be Attested At Least In Principle By All. Sociology Of Science Is A Valid Form Of Knowledge. Without Peer Endorsement And Acceptance No New Scientific Theory Is Recognized As Truly Scientific. Of Course The Validation Of Science Is A More Comprehensive Affair Than The Mere Sociological Approval Of It. In Science, Diverse Information About The World Are Sought To Be Systematized In Terms Of Laws. The Attempted Systematization Of Knowledge In Science Takes Alternative Forms. History And Philosophy Of Science Are Replete With The Examples Of These Alternatives. The Ptolemaic And Copernican Models In Astronomy, The Newtonian And Quantum Physics Are Among The Most Well-Known Examples Of This Point. Not Only Scientific Communities But Also Individual Scientists Author These Changing Alternative Models. Many Philosophically Inclined Scientists Maintain That The Ultimate Principle Of Scientific Systematization Is The Human Self, Psychological Or Presuppositional. The Self Enters The Domain Of Science Both In The Context Of Its Origination And Also In That Of Its Validation. The Self Has Been Explicated Behaviourally, Introspectively And Transcendentally. All These Interpretations Of The Self And Their Relation To The Society And Science Have Been Discussed In The Papers Of This Book. While Some Authors Have Highlighted Historical Perspectives, Others Paid Their Main Attention To The Theoretical Ones.