Human Eternity: Stone Age to Mustopia

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  • Author :J.N. Nanda
  • Year of Publication :2006
  • ISBN: :9788180693335
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: 120
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Human Rights

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About the Book :

This book is a testament about the future of mankind. Extrapolating from the recent bloom in human life like practically outlawing of wars and the growth of science, technology and steady spread of UN governance, it seeks to convince mankind that the scriptural utopia for whole of mankind is certain to be achieved. It argues that the current millennium is very important for preparing for this Mustopia through developing new society of cooperation and fellow feeling by adopting enlightened principles of unity in diversity, secularism and humanist economics. Civilization has advanced through new insights of individuals resulting in turning points in health and medicine, advances in instruments and logic, materials technology, electronics and use of computers etc. The situation has reached a stage that man can hope to nudge even evolution into new mental abilities and elimination of anger, hate and greed.

About Author :

J.N. Nanda besides being an Eminent Scientist with two earned doctorates in Physics and Applied Physics respectively has also been active in the social and cultural sphere. He was the first scientist in India to begin research work in oceanography and underwater sound. He prefers the advance of co-existence rather than aiming at unity in diversity. Understanding the complexity of human mind, he advocates a new Mahayana of co-existence and earnest efforts to square beliefs with advances in science and technology. He has numerous papers and books to his name. He has travelled extensively and led some government delegations abroad.