Authors: William Padolina, Emmanuel de Dios, Geoffrey Ducanes, Ruth Guzman, Olga Nunez, Romina Almazan, Jovino Miroy
This textbook presents a wider understanding of the interrelationships between science, politics, economy, and culture. It discusses the existing social milieu and the philosophical ramifications and critiques of the influence of science and technology on human flourishing.
To better explain the development of science and technology, this book provides an overview of significant historical events in politics, economy, and culture. It also gives examples of scientific and technological opportunities and challenges in the spheres of communication, education, humanities, and the arts.