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The Concept of War

War makes life miserable for both the praties involved, the invader and invaded. No war is fought without losing men and material, stripping off societal life and political order. Simultaneously it contributes to the progress of the society and preserves the liberty and honour of a state. From the Vedic period of India and the epic period of Greece, we have records of wars, and deliberations on the logic, Philosophy, Politics, ethics, strategies (pre- and post-war) of war, and the ways of reconstructing the war-ravaged societies, paving the way for drastic social and economic changes.

Theories of Knowledge

The present books deals with dialectics of knowledge, the theory of valid and invalid knowledge and its source in all