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  1. W. R. Inge (1968). Eugenics and Religion. The Eugenics Review 60 (2):92-98.
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  2. W. R. Inge (1954). Plotinus, an Introductory Study. By P. V. Pistorius. (Bowes and Bowes, Price 21s.). Philosophy 29 (109):186-.
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  3. W. R. Inge (1954). Plotinus. By A. H. Armstrong. Selections in a New Translation. (Allen and Unwin. Price 10s. 6d.). Philosophy 29 (109):178-.
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  4. W. R. Inge (1953). Inferior Races. Hibbert Journal 52:332.
     
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  5. W. R. Inge (1953). Archaism and Futurism. Philosophy 28 (105):124 - 131.
    We are all waiting eagerly for the last three volumes of Toynbee's great Study of History , which has brought a new honour to British scholarship. For no English and perhaps no German writer has amassed such a wealth of information on human affairs in every age and every continent. We hope, rather anxiously, that his final diagnosis will not be to expect a “knock-out blow” from the strongest Power, which must be Russia. He is no disciple of Spengler, but (...)
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  6. W. R. Inge (1952). Plotinus: Two New Books. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 51:79.
     
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  7. W. R. Inge (1952). Russian Theology. Hibbert Journal 51:107.
     
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  8. W. R. Inge, L. P. Jacks, M. Hiriyanna, E. A. Burtt & P. T. Raju (1952). Radhakrishnan: Comparative Studies in Philosophy Presented in Honour of His Sixtieth Birthday. Philosophy East and West 2 (1):79-81.
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  9. W. R. Inge (1950). Georges Bernanos, Tradition of Freedom. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 49:198.
     
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  10. W. R. Inge (1950). Liberal Christianity. Hibbert Journal 49:128.
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  11. W. R. Inge (1950). Mysticism in Religion. Journal of Philosophy 47 (22):644-645.
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  12. W. R. Inge (1950). No Title Available: PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy 25 (95):373-374.
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  13. W. R. Inge (1950). The Crisis of the Human Person. By J. B. Coates. (Longmans, Pp. 256. 12s. 6d.). Philosophy 25 (92):83-.
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  14. W. R. Inge (1950). The Christian Way: A Study of New Testament Ethics in Relation to Present Problems. By Sydney Cave (Nisbet & Co. 280 Pp. Price 16s.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 25 (95):373-.
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  15. W. R. Inge (1949). No Title Available. Philosophy 24 (90):283-283.
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  16. W. R. Inge (1949). Civilisation and Religious Values. By H. D. A. Major. (Allen & Unwin, Price 7s. 6d.). Philosophy 24 (90):281-.
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  17. W. R. Inge (1949). The Christian in Philosophy. By J. V. L. Casserley. (Faber & Faber. Pp. 266. Price 18s. Net.). Philosophy 24 (90):283-.
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  18. W. R. Inge (1948). Lucretius Iii. 962. The Classical Review 62 (02):62-.
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  19. W. R. Inge (1948). Theism1: PHILOSOPHY. Philosophy 23 (84):38-59.
    Theism is a modern word, meaning belief in God. But there is no unanimity about the attributes of God. The Greek theos meant a superhuman and in particular an immortal Being. For the Platonists he was a “Soul,” and there may be more than one soul. The Christian Fathers—Augustine as well as the Greeks, could say without reproach that God became man in order that man might become divine. The Logos in the Fourth Gospel is God, but not the Godhead. (...)
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  20. W. R. Inge (1948). Major Trends in Jewish Mysticism. By Gershom G. Scholem. (Schoken Books, New York. 454 Pp. $5.50.). Philosophy 23 (85):188-.
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  21. W. R. Inge (1948). Theism. Philosophy 23 (84):38 - 59.
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  22. W. R. Inge (1947). An Old Man Looks at the World. Hibbert Journal 46:103.
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  23. W. R. Inge (1947). H. A. Wolfson, Philo. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 46:371.
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  24. W. R. Inge (1947). The Perennial Philosophy. Philosophy 22 (81):66 - 70.
    The phrase philosophia perennis is said to have been first used by Leibniz. It has been adopted and freely employed by the Catholic Neo-Thomists, for whom it means a development of the Aristotelianism, modified by strong Neoplatonic elements, which Arabian scholars transmitted to the first Renaissance in the West. It claims also to be a return to the early Christian philosophy of religion, a fusion of Hellenistic and Jewish thought, the latter itself a syncretistic religion with many Persian and other (...)
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  25. W. R. Inge (1947). The Timeless Moment. By Warner Allen. (Faber & Faber. Pp. 247. 10s. 6d.). Philosophy 22 (82):170-.
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  26. W. R. Inge (1946). The Philosophy of Berdyaeff. Philosophy 21 (80):195 - 204.
    The late Archbishop Temple regarded Berdyaeff as one of the most important writers of the present time, and several good judges have said the same. He is a lonely, original, combative thinker, nullius addictus iurare in verba magistri , whose philosophy is based solely on his own spiritual experience. Contradictions and ambiguities may certainly be found in his writings, but the same may be said of every philosopher who recognizes what Heraclitus calls the fathomless depths of human personality, the clash (...)
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  27. W. R. Inge (1945). A. E. Taylor, Does God Exist? [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 44:177.
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  28. W. R. Inge (1945). L. A. Reid, The Rediscovery of Belief. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 44:281.
     
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  29. W. R. Inge (1945). S. L. Frank, "God with Us". [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 44:279.
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  30. W. R. Inge (1944). Early Pythagorean Politics in Practice and Theory. By E. L. Minar. (Baltimore: Waverley Press, Inc. 1943. Pp. X + 143. Price $2.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 19 (73):183-.
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  31. W. R. Inge (1944). He Who Is, A Study in Traditional Theism. By E. L. Mascall, B.D. (Longmans. Pp. 198. Price 15s.). Philosophy 19 (73):171-.
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  32. W. R. Inge (1943). Bishop H. H. Henson, Retrospect of an Unimportant Life. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 42:277.
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  33. W. R. Inge (1943). Sweden Speaks. Edited by Gustaf Witting. Translated by Edith M. Nielsen. (George Allen & Unwin. Pp. 212. Price 3s. 6d.). Philosophy 18 (70):182-.
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  34. W. R. Inge (1943). The Philosophy of the Wolf State. Philosophy 18 (69):6 - 16.
    Among all the sorrows and anxieties of the present crisis in human affairs, none has caused so much consternation to thoughtful people as the open and scornful repudiation, by two of the most civilized nations of Europe, of all the moral principles, all the decent conventions, which for two thousand years have enabled human societies to live together in some degree of contentment and security. Almost all things which once seemed sacred and immutable have now become unsettled—truth and humanity, justice (...)
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  35. W. R. Inge (1942). A New Reformation. Hibbert Journal 41:201.
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  36. W. R. Inge (1941). Miracle, Myth and Mystery: A Conversation. Hibbert Journal 40:305.
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  37. W. R. Inge (1940). Two Notes on Lucretius. The Classical Review 54 (04):188-.
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  38. W. R. Inge (1940). Escape. Philosophy 15 (60):386 - 399.
    There are times when we are so much in harmony with our surroundings that we are content to bask in the sunshine and to say to the passing hour, like Faust, “Stay with us; you are so fair.” There have been times when whole nations, or the most vocal part of them, have believed themselves to be living in a world which, if not the best of all possible worlds, is an abode from which they have no desire to escape. (...)
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  39. W. R. Inge (1939). Anthol. Pal. X. 73. The Classical Review 53 (01):9-.
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  40. W. R. Inge (1939). Eastern Religions and Western Thought. By Sir S. Radhakrishnan. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, Humphrey Milford. 1939. Pp. Xiii + 394. Price 15s.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 14 (55):360-.
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  41. W. R. Inge (1939). Selected Mystical Writings of William Law. By Stephen Hobhouse . (London: The C. W. Daniel Company, Ltd. Pp. 395. Price 8s. 6d.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 14 (55):371-.
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  42. W. R. Inge (1938). The Philosophy of Mysticism. Philosophy 13 (52):387 - 405.
    William James's famous book, The Varieties of Religious Experience , appeared in 1902. Ever since that date studies of the psychology of mysticism have poured from the press. In our own country we may name Evelyn Underhill, Mrs. Herman, and von Hügel. In France, Bastide, Murisier, Récéjac, Boutroux, Delacroix, Janet, Poulain, Bremond, Bergson, Bréhier. In America, besides William James, Starbuck, Leuba, Coe, Hocking, Rufus Jones, P. E. More, Pratt, Royce, Bennett. These lists are far from complete. In Germany the subject (...)
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  43. W. R. Inge (1937). Alfred Loisy, La Crise du Temps Présent et l'Education Humaine. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 36:461.
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  44. W. R. Inge (1936). More Gleanings From a Note-Book. Hibbert Journal 35:184.
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  45. W. R. Inge (1936). Neoplatonism of the Italian Renaissance. By Nesca A. Robb, D.Phil. (London: George Allen & Unwin Ltd.1935. Pp. 315. Price 12s. 6d.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 11 (44):492-.
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  46. W. R. Inge (1936). The Place of Myth in Philosophy. Philosophy 11 (42):131 - 145.
    My subject is the place of myth in philosophy, not in religion. If I were dealing with the philosophy of religion, I should, of course, have much to say on the place of myth in theology; and what I have to say may have some bearing on this subject; but I am not dealing with particular dogmas of Christianity or of any other religion. My thesis is that when the mind communes with the world of values its natural and inevitable (...)
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  47. W. R. Inge (1935). Gleanings From a Note-Book. Hibbert Journal 34:510.
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  48. W. R. Inge (1935). No Title Available: New Books. [REVIEW] Philosophy 10 (39):363-365.
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  49. W. R. Inge (1935). W. H. Isaacs, 2 Corinthians. A Study in Translation and Interpretation. As Also Hebrews: With Interpretative Suggestions. [REVIEW] Hibbert Journal 34:469.
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  50. W. R. Inge (1935). Bernard Bosanquet and His Friends. Edited by J. H. Muirhead LL.D., F.B.A. (London: Allen & Unwin Ltd. 1935. Pp. 326. Price 12s. 6d.). [REVIEW] Philosophy 10 (39):363-.
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