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William Ralph Inge
He was born at Crayke , Yorkshire, England. His father was William Inge (a provost at Worcester College, Oxford) and his mother Susanna (Churton) Inge . His mother's father was the archdeacon of Cleveland.
He wrote several books on Mysticism.
- "Christian Mysticism", 1899
- "Light, Life and Love" (Selections from the German Mystics of the Middle Ages), 1904 (currently in the public domain, Project Gutenberg Release #4664 November 2003, available online from  and )
- "Truth and Falsehood in Religion", 1906
- "The Philosophy of Plotinus: The Gifford Lectures at St. Andrews", 1917 - 1918. ISBN 1592442846 (softcover), ISBN 0837101131 (hardcover)
- "Outspoken Essays", 1919 - 1922
- "Personal Idealism and Mysticism", 1924. ISBN 0766103285
- "Lay Thoughts of a Dean", 1926
- "The Platonic tradition in English religious thought". ASIN 0841450552
- "Lay thoughts of a dean". ASIN 0836924037
- "The Victorian age". ASIN 0848211510
- "Mysticism in Religion". ISBN 0837189535
- "Science and ultimate truth". ASIN 0848211545
- "Our present discontents". ASIN 0836928466
- "Christian ethics and modern problems". ASIN 0837139600
- "A pacifist in trouble". ASIN 0836921925
- "Talks in a free country". ASIN 0836927745
He was nicknamed The Gloomy Dean because of his pessimistic views in his Evening Standard articles.
He was a supporter of animal rights.
- The philosophy of Plotinus; the Gifford lectures at St. Andrews, 1917-1918, by William Ralph Inge, volume 1, published by Longmans, Green and Co., 1929, 1 copy.
- The philosophy of Plotinus; the Gifford lectures at St. Andrews, 1917-1918, by William Ralph Inge, volume 2, published by Longmans, Green and Co., 1929, 1 copy.
- Portraits of William Ralph Inge
- HyperDictionary Definition
- W.R. Inge from Questia.com
- Information from Christian Classic Ethereal Library
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