Prof. Amulya Kumar N Reddy
Ethics (Non STS Issues, on others (like JP), Autobiographical)
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Human Rights And Ethics
Nuclearization, Human Rights and Ethics: Text of a lecture in
memory of Jayaprakash Narayanan. Addresses the ethical issues in India’s
nuclear weapons programme. Says that "Scientists escape
responsibility for the mis-direction of science by the clever excuse of
the amorality and neutrality of science".
A tribute to C.G. K.
Reddy, Amulya's uncle and a socialist. Amulya admired him and writes about
him: "Since he (CGK) saw
the clay feet of heroes, he could see the heroes in ordinary people".
Making Of A Socially-Concerned Scientist:
Personal Reflections Of A Maverick, Seminar
The making of a socially concerned scientist: personal reflections
of a maverick; Appeared in “Seminar” in 1993. An autobiographical
article – from electrochemist to energy analyst.
Memory of Professor Satish Dhawan, Amulya and K.Krishna
Prasad. In the ESD special issue (Volume 6,Issue 2, 2002)
Dedicated to Prof
Satish Dhawan, who passed away in January 2002. Amulya was associated with
Prof Dhawan in IISc, ASTRA and KSCSTC.
or Fear Of Dissenting? Letter to editor of Current
Science, Politeness or fear of dissenting? Letter to Editor, Current
Science, August 2001.
Commenting on the editorial in its May 2001 issue ('The Importance of being Impolite'), Amulya says it is not politeness that is a major impediment to the advance of science, but the absence of debate, criticism and dissent.
A short note on Amulya - especially in the area of rural energy.
Reflections on science and technology for rural development, Amulya K.N. Reddy, Presented by Amulya during the one-day seminar organized as part of his 75th birthday, IISc, Bangalore, 2005.
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