Ideals and Realities: Selected Essays of Abdus Salam

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World Scientific, 1989 - Science - 509 pages
The latest edition of ?Ideals and Realities? includes some of the most recent talks given by Professor Abdus Salam. They replace a few essays which were published in the second edition. An attempt has also been made to update some of the figures rendered absolete with the passage of time.
 

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Contents

Ideals and Realities
3
Sharing
23
Nuclear Security Disarmament and Development
35
Notes on Science Technology and Science
55
Technology and Pakistans Attack on Poverty
184
Highlights of Science for Turkey
196
The Isolation of the Scientist in Developing
211
Need for an International Centre
219
Speech at the Nobel Banquet
373
Physics and the Excellences of the Life it Brings
391
Will Britain Kill its Own Creation?
404
Behind Reality
414
The Lonely Scientists Thinking Ahead
433
A Man of Science Abdus Salam Nigel Colder
441
Man of Two Worlds Robert Walgate
451
Abdus Salam John Ziman
457

A World Federation of Institutes
235
Third World Higher Education and Italy
242
Address to UNESCO
251
A Proposal for the Creation of
258
The Founding of the Third World Academy
270
Between Secularisation
279
The Future of Science in Islamic Countries
343
Science Sublime
463
Abdus Salam Rushworth M Kidder
474
Homage to Chaudhri Muhammad Zafrulla Khan
483
BIODATA
491
A Review of the Italian Edition
505
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