Author Suresh Maran (www.sureshmaran.com) announces the publication of 'Theories on Humanity'. For more info please visit www.scientificrelationism.com. The bookset is available in Amazon Kindle. For the links visit www.scientificrelationism.com/shop.
Author: Suresh K Maran, www.sureshmaran.com
About 300 years ago, Isaac Newton published a book called 'Principia Mathematica' which laid the foundations for physical sciences, gave power over nature around us, and started on a path of the sequence of technological advancements that shape our lives today. Unfortunately for social sciences, we did not have similar theoretical foundations, so the world has been suffering from political conflicts, economic instabilities, and poverty because of a lack of understanding of human behavior and relationships.
Great progress has been made to solve this defect in the author's research. The three-volume book set' Theories on Humanity' lays the foundations for social sciences offers a systematic understanding of human emotions, mind, and relationships. The combined effect of our knowledge of physical sciences, and the foundations of social sciences in the bookset, will boost individual productivity, will bring rapid global equality, accelerate global scientific and technological advancement, greatly improve relationships between people, groups, and nations, and highly boost humanities capabilities to work together as a team to tackle the world's most critical problems.
The concepts in the three-volume bookset give you systematic concepts that will help you understand phenomena in all fields that involve human behavior, such as management, psychology, sociology, economics, relationships, family, history, politics, etc.
The first volume of the bookset explains the origin of people's personality diversity and how a person's progress in life is interconnected to their psychology. The second volume describes the origin of cultural and political diversity of states and countries of the world. It interconnects how national economic advancement is related to political and social-cultural aspects. Finally, the third volume proposes a philosophy of scientific relationism to maximize a person, national or global peace and prosperity.