Author:William Ralph Inge

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William Ralph Inge
(1860–1954)
William Ralph Inge was an English author, Anglican priest, and professor of divinity at Cambridge.
William Ralph Inge

Works[edit]

  • Christian Mysticism (Bampton Lectures), 1899
  • Faith and Knowledge, 1904
  • Light, Life and Love (Selections from the German mystics of the Middle Ages), 1904
  • Studies of English Mystics, 1905
  • Truth and Falsehood in Religion, 1906
  • Personal Idealism and Mysticism (Paddock Lectures), 1906
  • All Saints' Sermons, 1907
  • Faith and its Psychology (Jowett Lectures), 1909
  • Speculum Animae, 1911
  • The Church and the Age, 1912
  • Types of Christian Saintliness, 1915
  • The Philosophy of Plotinus 2 vols. (Gifford Lectures), 1918. ISBN 1-59244-284-6 (softcover), ISBN 0-8371-0113-1 (hardcover)
  • The Idea of Progress, 1922 [djvu]
  • Outspoken Essays I, 1919 & II, 1922
  • The Victorian Age, Rede Lecture, 1922
  • Personal Religion and the Life of Devotion, 1924
  • Lay Thoughts of a Dean, 1926
  • The Platonic Tradition in English Religious Thought, 1926 ISBN 0-8414-5055-2
  • The Church in the World, 1927
  • Assessments and Anticipations, 1929
  • Christian Ethics and Modern Problems, 1930
  • More Lay Thoughts of a Dean, 1931
  • Things New and Old, 1933
  • God and the Astronomers, 1933
  • Our Present Discontents, 1938 ISBN 0-8369-2846-6
  • A Pacifist in Trouble, 1939 ISBN 0-8369-2192-5
  • The Fall of the Idols, 1940
  • Talks in a Free Country, 1942 ISBN 0-8369-2774-5
  • Mysticism in Religion, 1947 ISBN 0-8371-8953-5
  • The End of an Age, 1948
  • Diary of a Dean, 1949


Some or all works by this author are in the public domain in the United States because they were published before January 1, 1923.


The author died in 1954, so works by this author are also in the public domain in countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 60 years or less. Works by this author may also be in the public domain in countries and areas with longer native copyright terms that apply the rule of the shorter term to foreign works.