The Dance of Civa
Originally published in 1927.
"It has substance and thought to it." Spectator
"A very interesting account of the work of Sir Jagadis Bose." Oxford Magazine
This essay suggests that recognition of the ceaseless flow of the Dance of Civa (Life and Death) is the most promising cure for the misunderstandings that have arisen from a Western habit of assuming that conventional categories have tangible existence.
Glimpses of the Future
E E Fournier d’Albe
Originally published in 1925.
"A wonderful vision of the future. A book that will be talked about." Daily Graphic
"Interesting and singularly plausible" Daily Telegraph
This volume discusses the possible advances of life on earth and asks whether a new race will arise or whether the earth will remain the dominant planet in the solar system for human life.
Ethnos or the Problem of Race
Originally published in 1931
The author argues that the global unrest of the 1930s arises from qualities inherent in human races and he maintains that if the world is to have peace the problems engendered by diversity of race must first be understood.
Or the Future of Man
F C S Schiller
Originally published in 1924.
"…brilliantly clever…" Morning Post
"Immensely valuable and infinitely readable" Daily News
This volume discusses the threats which face mankind and ways in which destruction may be avoided.
Mankind and Civilization Volume 2 (4 titles bound in one), 288pp. The World, the Flesh and the Devil by J D Bernal, Proteus or the Future of Intelligence by Vernon Lee, The Next Chapter by Andre Maurois and Kalki or the Future of Civilization by S Radhakrishnan.