The Balvant Parekh Centre for General Semantics and Other Human Sciences has recently shared that it is proud to be associated with the publication of The Book of Radical General Semantics by Pencraft International, New Delhi.
Arranged into seven parts, The Book of Radical General Semantics abounds with new and innovative radical GS connections and formulations which can be termed as vitally relevant to the present time.
Gad Horowitz, the distinguished Canadian political scientist/social theorist, is the primary author responsible for the overall conceptual framework of the book. He has been assisted by the scholarly contribution made by Colin Campbell and co-editor Shannon Bell (Professor of Political Science at York University, Toronto, Canada).
The impulse to publish this book under the aegis of Balvant Parekh Centre’s publication program came after the success of the week-long national workshop conducted by Horowitz and Bell at Saurashtra University, Rajkot, in November 2013. The workshop was part of the ongoing activities organized annually in different locations in India by Balvant Parekh Centre.