Science, Culture and Man: Impact of Scientific Progress on Culture and Human Evolution
Motilal Banarsidass, 1963 - Science and civilization - 163 pages
In the present volume eminent scientists, scholars and philanthropists have joined together to discuss the problems relating to the impact of technological progress on the cultural development of manking. The turmoil created by modern scientific inventions has threatened the very existence of our globe. Will the humanity emerge more secure or will it be submerged once more in the Deluge?
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THE SPIRITUAL INTEGRATION
CULTURE AND BROTHERHOOD
THE CONCEPT OF THE GOOD LIFE
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