Where Theosophy and Science Meet - A Stimulus to Modern Thought. A Collective Work. Volume I: Nature. From Macrocosm to Microcosm; Volume II: From Atom to Man; Volume III: From Humanity to Divinity; Volume IV: Some Practical Applications ( Four volumes, Complete set ). D. D. KANGA, George S. Arundale. Contributors: Pieter K. Roest, F. L. Kunz, Gaston Polak, A. F. Knudsen, G. Nevin Drinkwater, Marguerite Mertens-Stienon, G. Monod-Herzen, D. D. Kanga, Shyama Charan, Margaret A. Anderson, Corona G. Trew, Therese Brosse, J. Emile Marcault, Edith F. Pinchin, A. G. Pape, B. L. Atreya, L. J. Bendit, Swami Sivananda, C. Jinarajadasa, Dr. D. H. Prins, M. Beddow Bayly, Charles E. Luntz, A. Rangaswamy Aiyar, Peter Freeman, Julia K. Sommer, Claude Bragdon, Iwan A. Hawliczek.
Where Theosophy and Science Meet - A Stimulus to Modern Thought. A Collective Work. Volume I: Nature. From Macrocosm to Microcosm; Volume II: From Atom to Man; Volume III: From Humanity to Divinity; Volume IV: Some Practical Applications ( Four volumes, Complete set ).
Where Theosophy and Science Meet - A Stimulus to Modern Thought. A Collective Work. Volume I: Nature. From Macrocosm to Microcosm; Volume II: From Atom to Man; Volume III: From Humanity to Divinity; Volume IV: Some Practical Applications ( Four volumes, Complete set ).
Where Theosophy and Science Meet - A Stimulus to Modern Thought. A Collective Work. Volume I: Nature. From Macrocosm to Microcosm; Volume II: From Atom to Man; Volume III: From Humanity to Divinity; Volume IV: Some Practical Applications ( Four volumes, Complete set ).
Where Theosophy and Science Meet - A Stimulus to Modern Thought. A Collective Work. Volume I: Nature. From Macrocosm to Microcosm; Volume II: From Atom to Man; Volume III: From Humanity to Divinity; Volume IV: Some Practical Applications ( Four volumes, Complete set ).

Where Theosophy and Science Meet - A Stimulus to Modern Thought. A Collective Work. Volume I: Nature. From Macrocosm to Microcosm; Volume II: From Atom to Man; Volume III: From Humanity to Divinity; Volume IV: Some Practical Applications ( Four volumes, Complete set ).

Madras, India: Adyar Library Association, 1938, 1939. First Editions. Hardcovers. Octavos. Four volumes, complete. Volume I: "Nature. From Macrocosm to Microcosm", xxvi + 164pp; Volume II: "From Atom to Man", xxxii + 170pp; Volume III: "From Humanity to Divinity, xx + 260pp; Volume IV: "Some Practical Applications", lxx + 224pp.. Cloth spines over cream printed papered boards, titling to spines and upper covers in black, b&w illustrations, frontis, & several fold-out charts, indexes. Part I: Nature: From Macrocosm to Microcosm: Introduction: Theosophy and Modern Science : Some Fundamental Considerations. By Pieter K. Roest; Macrocosm to Microcosm and By F. L. Kunz; Man and the Universe. By Gaston Polak; Geology and the Secret Doctrine Compared. By A. F. Knudsen; Archaeology. By G. Nevin Drinkwater; The Meaning of Symbols: A Psychological and Philosophical Survey. By Marguerite Mertens-Stienon; Scientific Corroborations of Theosophy. Part II : Man; From Atom To Man 4: Matter and the Atom. By G. Monod-Herzen; Chemistry. By D. D. Kanga; Physics (Light, Sound, etc.). By R. D. Kanga; Relativity. By Shyama Charan; Modern Mathematical Thought. By Shyama Charan; Evolutionary Biology: The Evolution of Form. By Margaret A. Anderson; From Mineral to Man. By Corona G. Trew The Story of Atomic Energy. By D. D. Kanga. PART III: God: From Humanity To Divinity: Physiology. By Therese Brosse; Western Scientific Research and the Etheric Double. By J. Emile Marcault; Mythology. By Edith F. Pinchin; Anthropology. By A. G. Pape; Philosophy and Theosophy. By B. L. Atreya; Psychology. By L. J. Bendit; Yoga. By Swami Sivananda; Part Iv, Some Practical Applications: Methods of Research. By C. Jinarajadasa; Psychic Research by Dr. D. H. Prins; Medicine. By M. Beddow Bayly; Astrology. By Charles E. Luntz; Law. By A. Rangaswamy Aiyar; The Practical Application to Politics and Government; By Peter Freeman; Education. By Julia K. Sommer; And What of Art ? By Claude Bragdon; Whither Science ? By Iwan A. Hawliczek. Cheap production values typical of Indian productions, a bit of light general shelfwear, some light bumps an bruises, Theosophical Press labels at lower edges of title pages, page edges & endpapers a bit darkened and foxed, pages lightly toned but bright and unmarked. Bookplate & bookshop inkstamp on verso of rear blank endpaper and some discolouration to boards of volume I only. Overall a tight, clean VG set in Good dust jackets. (Dust jackets unevenly darkened & discoloured, chafed and chipped at all edges, not clipped, now in protective mylar covers.) Unusual to find a complete set, particularly in First editions. Item #66233

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