by Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar
In his two-part Human Society series, the author has chosen to depart from chronological order: analyzing modern society in the first part of the series, and then delving into human history, and human macro history, in the second part.
In Human Society Part 1 the author demonstrates at the outset that society must be built on a foundation of morality and must move progressively forward in order to establish itself in universal humanism. Then from the vantage point of that universal humanism, the author examines different issues of education, social justice, and the judicial system; and probes the impacts that practitioners of various professions may have, for better or for worse, on the social body as a whole, depending on the expansiveness of their minds. Human Society Part 1, in effect, provides human beings the vision needed to build a society in the true sense of the word.
In Human Society Part 2 the author introduces his theory of history and social change. Economist Ravi Batra has based his best-selling economic books on the Law of the Social Cycle as explained in this book. Historians and futurists are calling this a landmark work in understanding the process of social change.
146 pp. Part One, 137 pp. Part Two