The Poles Shift Their Respective Positions, P.R. Sarkar
Seminal discourse (1986) on the ongoing pole-shift and its implications on the environment, human evolution, etc.
The Coming Ice Age, P.R. Sarkar
Discussion on environmental changes and human evolution.
On Occupy Wall Street and Future Options, Prof. Dhanjoo N Ghista
How can we expect democracy to provide stable governance and stable economy? Political system and economy are inter-linked, and this is why it is more appropriate to use the term political economy since economy by itself has no basis. So, the current economic crisis is verily a crisis of political economy.
A Holistically Sustainable Community with a Neohumanist Society, Prof. Dhanjoo N Ghista and Siddhartha Sanyal (PDF)
Sustainable Development of Developing Countries: A Holistic Socio-Economic-Political Approach, Prof. Dhanjoo N Ghista and Siddhartha Sanyal (PDF
Civilian Democratic Political-Economic System, for Liberated Countries and Countries with all systems of Government, Prof. Dhanjoo N Ghista (originally published by Gurukula Network, Issue 32, May 2011)
Islam and Democracy, Ac. Krtashivananda Avt.
On the compatibility of Islam and democracy.
The Future of Science in the Islamic World, Dr. Sohail Inayatullah
"An Islamic science would also create a science consciousness – a mentality of inquiry, the search for knowledge (spiritual and physical) and using tradition to create a new future, not one that transfers the past to the present."
The Modernization of Islam, Dr. Susmit Kumar
An introduction the main idea of the author's book The Modernization of Islam and the Creation of a Multipolar World.
Theodemocracy – the Emerging Global Paradigm (2 parts), Garda Ghista
A historical and contemporary discussion on the political representation of those who claim to represent God and religious fundamentalism, concluding on Neohumanism.
Biodiversity – Underprotected or Overprotected? Garda Ghista
A brief analysis of the recent history of bio-protection, concluding with the need for Neohumanist principles.
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“History moves in rhythmic waves – in a systaltic flow. It moves and moves, then there is a galloping jump. … The North Pole is moving closer to the tropical regions and the South Pole is coming closer to the western hemisphere on the opposite side of the tropical area. … The polar ice will melt and the ocean levels will rise.” – P.R. Sarkar, 1990, The Coming Ice Age