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Author: Sundar Sarukkai
Publisher: National Book Trust
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788123763675
The Idea of Science dominates the modern world. However, the nature of science – what science really is – has been quite elusive. Science is commonly associated with themes like truth, logic, rationality, objectivity, knowledge and genius.
But how far are these common beliefs about science really true? This book is a way of thinking about science, primarily from a philosophical perspective. It also introduces specific Indian Paradigms which are relevant to understanding science.
The book covers a vast range of topics ranging from logic to ethics in the context of science. It should be of interest to those who desire to understand science in all its complexity, strengths and weaknesses.
1. Defining Science
2. Doing Science
3. Science and Logic
4. Science and Reality
5. Science and Knowledge
6. Science and the Human Subject
7. Success and Limitations of Science