POSITIVE PHILOSOPHY FOR CONTEMPORARY INDIAN SOCIETY

Cooperjal Limited (2011)
Abstract
Positive Philosophy for Contemporary Indian Society has three chapters to read i.e. (i) Meaning of Positive Philosophy which deals with the conception of Positive Philosophy and Methodology, (ii) Nature of Philosophy in General which discuss about general conception of philosophy , methods of study and writing philosophy, and (iii) Philosophy of Social Change which discuss the need of Indian Model of Philosophy of Social Change and in the end there is a concluding remarks.
Keywords Positive Philosophy  Nature of Philosophy  Social Philosophy  Philosophy of Social Change
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