• The non-living universe from subatomic particles to the infinite universe. Emphasis was given to unceasing motion or change.
• The inseparability of the notion of both space and time from matter in motion, thus leading to the absurdity or internal contradiction of the question. “When the universe was created”. It intellectually confuses the listeners: the universe could not be created. It was always there, it could only change. Then, what about “The creator”, the “God” – we leave it to themselves to seek the answer.
• Origin of life, evolution, descent (ascent) of man the nature of human consciousness and its inseparability from human body or brain, human physiology.
• History of human societies, from primitive tribes to modern nation, changing relationships between humans and nature on the one side and amongst humans on the other side.
• The current situation: more and more people chasing dwindling resources, limits to growth, possibilities of growthless development – instead of growth without development and ends with the question: What we want to create : a heaven or a hell?
The classes on “Wealth of Kerala” were addressed to more concrete issues and were followed by classes on “Agriculture in Kerala”, “Consumer Protection”, “Energy and Development”, “Forest protection”, etc. All these were attempts to understand, collectively, the already visible stagnation/distortion in the Kerala economy.