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Alfred Taylor 1896-1973: Biographical Sketch

Sep 12, 2010 10:06 AM
by Daniel

BELOW is some more info about Dr. Taylor's life, work and writings.
See also the two links I added at the end of this posting.



Alfred Taylor 1896-1973

Nationality: American

Place of Birth: Pawtucket, RI

Personal Information: Family: Born January 11, 1896, in Pawtucket,
RI; died August 6, 1973; son of Peter and Esther (Schofield) Taylor;
married Nell Carmichael. Education: University of Oregon, B.A., 1932;
Oregon State College (now University), M.A., 1933, Ph.D., 1935.
Military/Wartime Service: Royal Air Force, 1917-19.

Career: Oregon State College (now University), Corvallis, instructor
in animal biology, 1935-40; University of Texas, Austin, research
scientist, 1940-65; Krotona School of Theosophy, Ojai, CA,
instructor, 1965-67, director and instructor, 1967-72.


Understanding through the Ancient Wisdom and Modern Science,
Theosophical Publishing (Wheaton, IL), 1959.

The Secret Doctrine: Commentaries and Analogies, Krotona School of
Theosophy, Series I, 1970, Series II, 1971.

A Human Heritage: The Wisdom in Science and Experience, Theosophical
Publishing, 1975.

Contributor to science and philosophy journals, including Main
Currents in Modern Thought, Theosophist, and American Theosophist.

[Sketch verified by wife, Nell C. Taylor]

Source: Contemporary Authors Online, Gale, 2002.
Entry Updated : 11/26/2002

See also:

"Effect of sodium fluoride on tumor growth"
Alfred Taylor and Neil Carmichael Taylor
Clayton Foundation Biochemical Institute, University of Texas, Austin

"The Clayton Foundation Biochemical Institute"
A Short History by Roger J. Williams


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