Full Circle (book)
FULL CIRCLE — The Moral Force of Unified Science is a book by Edward Haskell and others, on the unification of human knowledge.
The books was edited and written by Haskell, with Harold Cassidy, Arthur Jensen, and Jere Clark each contributing a chapter. The Table of Contents is as follows:
|Editors Statement:||This is a Scientific Revolution||viii|
|Chapter I||Summary of Theoretical Issues: What Generalization of Mendeleev's Periodic Table Means||Harold G. Cassidy||1|
|Chapter II||Generalization of the Structure of Mendeleev's Periodic Table||Edward Haskell||21|
|Chapter III||The Role of Unified Science in Vitalizing Research and Education||Jere W. Clark||91|
|Chapter IV||The Periodic Table of Human Cultures:|
|Part 1: Anthropo-Socio-Historico-Linguistic Bases of the Periodic Table||Edward Haskell||111|
|Part 2: Direct Psychological and Genetic Empirical Basis of the Periodic Table||Arthur R.Jensen||156|
|Chapter 5||Unified Science's Moral Force||Edward Haskell||169|
- "Full Circle argues that scientific specialization has destroyed those concepts and values crucial to the survival and regeneration of Western democracy. These values are boldly restated as an assembly of the sciences - physical, biological, and psycho-social - within a single system, the periodic coordinate system of Unified Science, modelled on Leibniz's Universal Characteristic....." (Full Circle )
- Haskell, Edward et al, 1972. Full Circle - The Moral Force of Unified Science. New York: Gordon and Breach. Out of print.
- Full Circle - The Moral Force of Unified Science. Online version by Don Steehler and Timothy Wilken of the Time-Binding Trust.