TWO Sides of the Same Coin: Paradigm Shift
Dr Ranjan Garge
  • ISBN : 9789391314378
  • year : 2021
  • language : English
  • binding : Hardbound
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There are two sides to every story. There is always a different point of view, which is entitled to be heard. Problems may seem unrelated but they are really the two sides of the same coin. Same thing can be reciprocally described on both sides. These can be two schools of thoughts or two opposite views on the same issue. These can be mirror images of the same, two different behavioral patterns of the same, we always try to correlate the things. Sometimes the correlation between cause and effect is clear, but often determining the exact relationship between the two is very difficult. Paradigms define how we perceive reality. A paradigm shift occurs when one paradigm loses its influence and another takes over. Therefore Paradigm shift is a change from one way of thinking to another, and can apply to anything on earth. The shift from What axis to Why/How axis is very essential to understand the phenomena like 'Earth is Round in shape', Why/How? 'Pluto is not a planet', Why/How?, 'Virus is a non living particle in spite of having DNA/RNA', Why/How? I am sure this book 'Two sides of the same coin' shall help you explore the cause and effect relationship and inspire you to change your paradigms. About the Author Dr Ranjan Garge is a Microbiologist, Science Journalist, Adventurist, Environmentalist, and Management Expert. He was Director, Pre IAS training institute, Aurangabad [2004-06], and retired as a Principal, Government college of Arts and Science, Aurangabad [2011]. Now, Director, COSMOS Outward Bound Pioneers, Aurangabad. He is a Corporate Social trainer, gives motivational speeches and conducts workshops. His core training areas are Outdoor Management Development, and Faculty Improvement program for teachers. He is a science propagator. He has been awarded a silver medal in Mountaineering at the hands of then President of India Dr V. V. Giri in 1973 & Best Trekker of Maharashtra award at the hands of C.M. of Maharash