MC

Current Trends in Science and Technology

an Open Access Publication ISSN: 0976-9730 | 0976-9498

Social Science

Evolution through Cognitive Processes: Implicative assertions for Knowledge Development and Social Changes

Biplab Chattopadhyay
Taki Government College, Taki, North 24 Parganas, Taki – 743429, West Bengal, India
Online First: February 11, 2018
| Google Scholar

Abstract

The process evolution is all pervading and influences everything in the material world. We explore as to how evolution shapes the course of knowledge development including innovations in science and technology. We examine the implicative role of evolution in determining the course of social changes and the plunges it eventually take. The fact that the cognitive processes, contradiction, giving vent to evolutionary proceed, and conflict and continuity, are allied to evolution, is emphasized. Relevance of views and concepts of natural sciences is examined for social dynamics and social changes



  Submitted
Feb 11, 2018
Published
Feb 11, 2018
Abstract Views
83
PDF Downloads
58
Creative Commons License

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.

References

1. P. Attard, “Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics”, Elsevier (2002). 2. K. A. Francis, “Charles Darwin and the Origin of Species”, Greenwood Press, London (2007). 3. T. Audesirk and G. Audesrik, “Biology: Life on Earth”, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, USA (1996). 4. A. J. F. Griffiths, W. M. Gelbart, J. H. Miller and R. C. Lewontin, “Modern Genetic Analysis”,W. H. Freeman, New York (1999). 5. H. J. W. Muller-Kirsten, “Classical Mechanics and Relativity”, World Scientific (2008). 6. D. van Delft, “Freezing Physics”, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (2007). 7. I. N. Levine, “Physical Chemistry”, McGraw Hill: University of Brooklyn (1978). 8. G. Venkataraman, “The Many Phases of Matter”, University Press, India (1991).
Downloads

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

References

1. P. Attard, “Thermodynamics and Statistical Mechanics”, Elsevier (2002).
2. K. A. Francis, “Charles Darwin and the Origin of Species”, Greenwood Press, London (2007).
3. T. Audesirk and G. Audesrik, “Biology: Life on Earth”, Prentice Hall, New Jersey, USA (1996).
4. A. J. F. Griffiths, W. M. Gelbart, J. H. Miller and R. C. Lewontin, “Modern Genetic Analysis”,W. H. Freeman, New York (1999).
5. H. J. W. Muller-Kirsten, “Classical Mechanics and Relativity”, World Scientific (2008).
6. D. van Delft, “Freezing Physics”, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (2007).
7. I. N. Levine, “Physical Chemistry”, McGraw Hill: University of Brooklyn (1978).
8. G. Venkataraman, “The Many Phases of Matter”, University Press, India (1991).
No Supplimentary Material available for this article.

Statistics from Altmetric.com

Statistics from Dimensions.ai

Statistics from PlumX


Related Articles

Related Authors

 



In Google Scholar

In International Journal of Current Trends in Science and Technology

In Google Scholar

 
  • Biplab Chattopadhyay

  • INDEXING AND ABSTRACTING