Articles

  1. Raju, C. K. “Classical Time-Symmetric Electrodynamics.” Journal of Physics A: Math. Gen. 13 (1980): 3303–17.

  2. ———. “Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics as a Theory of Extended Particles.” Int. J. Theor. Phys. 20 (1981): 681–96.

  3. ———. “Ancient and Modern Cosmology.” In Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Meeting of the Indian Association for General Relativity and Gravitation, 83–104, 1982.

  4. ———. “Junction Conditions in General Relativity.” Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 15 (1982): 1785–1797.

  5. ———. “Products and Compositions with the Dirac Delta Function.” J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 15 (1982): 381–96.

  6. ———. “On the Square of $x^{-n}$.” Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General 16 (1983): 3739–3753.

  7. ———. “Renormalisation, Extended Particles and Non-Locality.” Hadronic J. Suppl 1 (1985): 325–70.

  8. ———. “Distributional Matter Tensors in Relativity.” In Proceedings of the 5th Marcel Grossman Meeting on General Relativity, edited by D. Blair and M. J. Buckingham, 421–23. World Scientific, 1989.

  9. ———. “Parallel MultiGrid Methods for Elliptic Partial Differential Equations.” In Advanced Computing, edited by V.P. Bhatkar, 290–98. Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1991.

  10. Raju, C. K., N. Padmini, and P.S. Joag. “Hybrid Methods for Parabolic Partial Differential Equations.” In Advanced Computing, edited by V.P. Bhatkar, 249–57. Tata McGraw Hill, New Delhi, 1991.

  11. Raju, C. K., and K. Rahirkar. “Higher Order Frontal Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations.” In Advanced Computing, edited by V. P. Bhatkar and others, 249–258. New Delhi: Tata McGraw Hill, 1991.

  12. Raju, C. K.. “On Time. I: Philosophical Time.” Physics Education (India 7 (1990): 204–17.

  13. ———. “On Time. II Newton’s Time.” Physics Education (India 8 (1991): 15–25.

  14. ———. “On Time. IIIA: The Michelson-Morley Experiment".” Physics Education (India 8 (1991): 193–200.

  15. ———. “On Time. IIIB: Einstein’s Time.” Physics Education (India 8 (1992): 293–305.

  16. ———. “On Time. IV: Thermodynamics Time.” Physics Education (India 9 (1992): 44–62.

  17. ———. “On Time. VB: Electromagnetic Time.” Physics Education (India 9 (1992): 251–265.

  18. ———. “On Time..VA: The Electromagnetic Field.” Physics Education (India 9 (1992): 119–128.

  19. ———. “On Time. VIA: Bell and Non-Locality.” Physics Education (India 10 (1993): 55–73.

  20. ———. “On Time. VIB: Quantum Mechanical Time.” Physics Education (India 10 (1993): 143–161.

  21. ———. “On Time. VII: Cosmological Time.” Physics Education (India 11 (1994): 49–65.

  22. ———. “Time in Indian and Western Traditions and Time in Physics.” In Mathematics, Astronomy and Biology in Indian Tradition, PHISPC Monograph Series on History of Philosophy, Science, and Culture in Indian, edited by D.P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar, 56–93. vol. 3. New Delhi: ICPR, 1995.

  23. ———. “Reconstruction of Values: The Role of Science.” In Cultural Reorientation in Modern India, edited by Indu Banga and Jaidev, 369–392. Shimla: Indian Institute of Advanced Study, 1996.

  24. ———. “Time in Medieval India.” In Science, Philosophy, and Culture: Multidisciplinary Explorations, edited by D.P. Chattopadhyaya and Ravinder Kumar eds, Part 2:253–78. New Delhi: PHISPC, 1997.

  25. ———. “The Historicity of π and the Reality of Rocks [a Tribute to Paulos Mar Gregorios), Part I.” Mainstream, November 29, 1997, 19–21.

  26. ———. “The Historicity of π and the Reality of Rocks [a Tribute to Paulos Mar Gregorios), Part II.” A Tribute to Paulos Mar Gregorios, December 6, 1997, 29–32.

  27. ———. “Time in Medieval India.” In History of Indian Science, Technology, and Culture, AD 1000–1800, edited by A. Rahman. 32–49, New Delhi: Press, 1998.

  28. ———. “Mathematics and Culture”.” In History, Culture and Truth: Essays Presented to D. P. Chattopadhyaya, edited by Daya Krishna and K.Satchidananda Murthy, 179–193. New Delhi, 1999.

  29. ———. “Review of ‘On Rational Historiography (V. Shekhawat)’, PHISPC.” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 16, no. 3 (1999): 168–171.

  30. ———. “Time in Medieval India.” Indian Horizons 46, no. 4 (1999): 40–71.

  31. ———. “Review of ‘Proceedings of the International Symposium on Chinese Culture and Industrial Management, Zhejiang University, Hongzhou, China, 4–7 April 1997 (Pan Yukhe and Hu Jianxiong, Ed.)’, World Scientific.” Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 12, no. 2 (2000): 307–309.

  32. ———. “Review of ‘The Clock of the Night Sky (V. Krishnamurthy)’, UBS.” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 17, no. 3 (2000): 222–223.

  33. ———. “Supercomputing in Finance”.” Pranjana 3, no. 1 & 2 (2000): 11–36.

  34. ———. “Computers, Mathematics Education, and the Alternative Epistemology of the Calculus in the YuktiBhâsâ”.” Philosophy East and West 51, no. 3 (2001): 325–362.

  35. ———. “How Should Euclidean Geometry Be Taught?” In History of Science and Philosophjy of Sceince: Implications for Science Education, edited by G. Nagarjuna, 241–260. Homi Bhabha Centre, 2001.

  36. ———. “On J. V. Narlikar’s ‘Four Questions That History Might Answer.’” Sandhan 1, no. 1 (2001): 164–167.

  37. ———. “Reply to Shekhawat.” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 18, no. 2 (2001): 278–285.

  38. ———. “Review of ‘Questioning Technology (Andrew Feenberg)’, Routledge.” Technology Analysis and Strategic Management 13, no. 3 (2001): 463–70.

  39. ———. “Review of ‘Social Constructivism as a Philosophy of Mathematics (Paul Ernest),’ State University of New York.” Journal of Indian Council of Philosophical Research 18, no. 1 (2001): 267–270.

  40. ———. “Interactions between India, Western and Central Asia, and China in Mathematics and Astronomy.” In Interactions between India, Western and Central Asia and China, edited by A. Rahman, 227–254. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2002.

  41. ———. “The Mathematical Epistemology of Sunya.” In The Concept of Sunya, edited by A.K. Bag and S. R, 168–181. Delhi: INSA and Aryan Books International, 2002.

  42. ———. “The Electrodynamic 2-Body Problem and the Origin of Quantum Mechanics.” Foundations of Physics 34, no. 6 (2004): 937–962.

  43. ———. “Atman, Quasi-Recurrence and Paticca Samuppāda.” In Self, Science and Society, Theoretical and Historical Perspectives, edited by D. P. Chattopadhyaya and A.K. Sengupta, 196–206. New Delhi: PHISPC, 2005.

  44. ———. “Kamal or Rapalagai.” In Indo Portuguese Encounters: Journeys in Science, Technology and Culture, Ed. Lotika Varadarajan., II:483–504. Delhi, Lisbon: Indian National Science Academy and Centro de Historia de Alen-Mar, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, 2006.

  45. ———. “The Religious Roots of Mathematics.” Theory, Culture & Society 23 (March 2006): 95–97.

  46. ———. “Kāla and Dik.” In Philosophical Concepts Relevant to Science in Early Indian Tradition, edited by P. K. Sen and P.K. Sen, III:67–92. 5. PHISPC, 2008.

  47. ———. “Teaching Racist History.” Indian Journal of Secularism 11, no. 4 (2008): 25–28.

  48. ———. “Towards Equity in Math Education. 1: Goodbye Euclid!” Bharatiya Samajik Chintan (New Series) 7, no. 4 (2009): 235–264.

  49. ———. “Towards Equity in Math Education 2. The Indian Rope Trick.” Bharatiya Samajik Chintan (New Series) 7, no. 4 (2009): 265–269.

  50. ———. “Kosambi the Mathematician.” Economic and Political Weekly 44, no. 20 (May 16, 2009): 33–45. https://www.epw.in/journal/2009/20/special-articles/kosambi-mathematician.html.

  51. ———. “Indian Science at the Crossroads.” In The Indian Republic at the Crossroads, edited by S. P. Shukla and K.S. Sharma, 234–42. Allahabad: Indian Academy of Social Sciences, 2010. http://ckraju.net/papers/Indian-Science-at-the-Crossroads.pdf.

  52. ———. “Ending Academic Imperialism in Hard Sciences: A Beginning”.” In Confronting Academic Knowledge, edited by Sue-san Ghahremani Ghajar and Seyyed-Abdolhamid Mirhosseini, 146–174. Tehran: Iran Universities Press, 2011.

  53. ———. “Islam and Science.” Indian Journal of Secularism 15, no. 2 (2011): 14–29.

  54. ———. “Kosambi the Mathematician.” In The Many Careers of D. D. Kosambi: Critical Essays, edited by D. N. Jha, 168–206. Delhi: Left Word Books, 2011.

  55. ———. “Probability in Ancient India.” In Handbook of Philosophy of Statistics, edited by Paul Thagard Dov M. Gabbay and John Woods, 7:1175–96. Handbook of Philosophy of Science. Elsevier, 2011.

  56. ———. “Teaching Mathematics with a Different Philosophy. 1: Formal Mathematics as Biased Metaphysics.” Science and Culture 77, no. 7–8 (2011): 274–279. .

  57. ———. “Teaching Mathematics with a Different Philosophy. 2: Calculus without Limits.” Science and Culture 7, no. 7–8 (2011): 280–285. arXiv:1312,2100.

  58. Raju, Suvrat, and C. K. Raju. “Radiation Damping and Functional Differential Equations.” Mod. Phys. Lett. A 26, no. 35 (2011): 2627–2638.

  59. Raju, C. K. “Changing Colonial Mindsets”.” Economic and Political Weekly 46, no. 34 (August 20, 2011): 5.

  60. ———. “Vedic Mathematics by Blidi Stemn”.” NASGEM News, December 2011.

  61. ———. “Decolonising Math and Science Education.” In Decolonising the University, edited by Claude Alvares and U.S.M. Shad Faruqi, 162–195. Penang: and Citizens International, 2012. http://ckraju.net/papers/decolonisation-paper.pdf.

  62. ———. “Proofs and Refutations in Mathematics and Physics: An Indian Perspective.” In History of Science and Philosophy of Science, edited by P. K. Sengupta, 273–94. New Delhi: Pearson Longman, 2012.

  63. ———. “Retarded Gravitation Theory.” In Sixth International School on Field Theory and Gravitation, edited by Rodrigues, Waldyr Jr, Richard Kerner, Gentil O. Pires, and Carlos Pinheiro, 260–276. New York: American Institute of Physics, 2012.

  64. ———. “History and Philosophy of Science as a Means for Decolonisation.” Bharatiya Samajik Chintan 13, no. 1 (2013): 87–90.

  65. ———. “Islam and Science.” In Islam and Multiculturalism: Islam, Modern Science, and Technology, edited by Asia-Europe Institute University of Malaya and Japan Organization for Islamic Area Studies Waseda University, 1–14, 2013. http://ckraju.net/hps-aiu/Islam-and-Science-kl-paper.pdf.

  66. ———. “The Harmony Principle.” Philosophy East and West 63, no. 4 (2013): 586–604. https://www.jstor.org/stable/43285858, also http://www.ckraju.net/papers/Harmony-principle-pew.pdf.

  67. ———. “Functional Differential Equations.1: A New Paradigm in Physics”.” Physics Education (India) 29, no. 3 (July 2013): Article 1. http://physedu.in/uploads/publication/11/200/29.3.1FDEs-in-physics-part-1.pdf.

  68. ———. “Functional Differential Equations 2: The Classical Hydrogen Atom”.” Physics Education (India) 29, no. 3 (July 2013): Article 2. http://physedu.in/uploads/publication/11/201/29.3.2FDEs-in-physics-part-2.pdf.

  69. ———. “A Tale of Two Calendars.” In Multicultural Knowledge and the University, edited by Claude Alvares, 112–19. Penang: Multiversity, 2014.

  70. ———. “Decolonising Math and Science Education.” Ghadar Jari Hai 8, no. 3 (2014): 5–12.

  71. ———. “The Harmony Principle.” In Samvād and Svarāj, edited by Shail Mayaram, 232–250. Sage, 2014.

  72. ———. “Functional Differential Equations. 3: Radiative Damping”.” Physics Education (India) 30, no. 3 (July 2014): 8. http://www.physedu.in/uploads/publication/15/263/7.-Functional-differential-equations.pdf.

  73. ———. “Eternity and Infinity: The Western Misunderstanding of Indian Mathematics and Its Consequences for Science Today.” American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Asian and Asian American Philosophers and Philosophies 14, no. 2 (2015): 27–33.

  74. ———. “Functional Differential Equations. 4: Retarded Gravitation”.” Physics Education (India) 31, no. 2 (June 2015).

    http://www.physedu.in/uploads/publication/19/309/1-Functional-differential-equations-4-Retarded-gravitation-(2).pdf.

  75. ———. “Functional Differential Equations. 5: Time Travel and Life”.” Physics Education (India) 31, no. 4 (2015). http://www.physedu.in/uploads/publication/21/344/1.-Functional-differential-equations-5-Time-travel-and-life.pdf.

  76. ———. “Functional Differential Equations. 6: Quantum mechanics”.” Physics Education (India) 32, no. 1 (March 2016). http://www.physedu.in/uploads/publication/22/369/11-FDEs-in-physics-6-(1).pdf.

  77. ———. “Black Thoughts Matter: Decolonized Math, Academic Censorship, and the ‘Pythagorean’ Proposition.” Journal of Black Studies 48, no. 3 (2017): 256–78. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0021934716688311 .

  78. ———. “Decolonising Mathematics.” AlterNation 25, no. 2 (2018): 12–43b. https://doi.org/10.29086/2519-5476/2018/v25n2a2(accessed 21 May 2020).

  79. ———. “To Decolonise Math Stand up to Its False History and Bad Philosophy.” In Rhodes Must Fall: The Struggle to Decolonise the Racist Heart of Empire, 265–70. London: Zed Books, 2018.

  80. ———. “Decolonising Mathematics: How and Why It Makes Science Better (and Enables Students to Solve Harder Problems)”. Palestine Technical University Research Journal 6, no. 2 (2018): 14. https://scholar.ptuk.edu.ps/bitstream/123456789/684/5/2018_%206_2_%20pp1-4%20.pdf

  81. ———. “How to break the hegemony perpetuated by the university: decolonised courses in mathematics and the history and philosophy of science (Arabic).” In Culturalistion of Humanities: Vision and Experiments. (Proceedings of the International Conference on Culturalization of the Humanities, held in Beirut on 20-21 November 2018.), 77–114. Beirut: Al Maaref University, 2019. http://ckraju.net/papers/Beirut-paper%20for%20iias%20journal.pdf.

  82. ———. “Aryabhata Dalit: His Philosophy of Ganita and Its Contemporary Applications”.” In Theory and Praxis: Reflections on the Colonization of Knowledge, edited by Murzban Jal and Jyoti Bawane, 139–152. Routledge, London, 2020. http://ckraju.net/papers/Aryabhata-philosophy-of-ganita-paper-2r.pdf

  83. ———.‘A Singular Nobel?’ Mainstream 59 (7) 2021. http://www.mainstreamweekly.net/article10406.html.

  84. ———. ‘गणित बनाम मैथमेटिक्स [Ganita vs Mathematics]’. Himanjali 20 (July-December 2020): 34–44. http://ckraju.net/papers/ckr-article-Himanjali-22%e2%80%94Final-18-06-2021.pdf

  85. ———. ‘How to Break the Hegemony Perpetuated by the University: Decolonised Courses in Mathematics and the History and Philosophy of Science’. Studies in Humanities and Social Sciences 26 (2) 2019 (to appear).

  86. ———.‘“Euclid” Must Fall: The “Pythagorean” “Theorem” and the Rant of Racist and Civilizational Superiority - Part 1’, Arụmarụka: Journal of Conversational Thinking 1, no. 1 (2021): 127–55. (Distinguished Academic Lecture No. 5, Tubingen and Pretoria, 13 May 2021) https://cspafrica.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/6-AJCT-CK-Raju-Part-1.pdf.

  87. ———. ‘“Euclid” Must Fall: The “Pythagorean” “Theorem” and the Rant of Racist and Civilizational Superiority - Part 2’, Arụmarụka: Journal of Conversational Thinking 1, no. 2 (2021): 57–105, (Distinguished Academic Lecture No. 5, Tubingen and Pretoria, 13 May 2021). http://ckraju.net/papers/AJCT-Euclid-must-fall-Part-2.pdf.

  88. ———. ‘Conquest-of-Greeks Theory: A Refutation of the Aryan Race Conjecture. Part 1: A Review and the Arithmetic Evidence’. (Submitted.)

  89. ———. ‘Conquest-of-Greeks Theory: A Refutation of the Aryan Race Conjecture. Part 2: The Conquest-of-Greeks Theory’. (Submitted.)