Notwithstanding his own loftier goals, it is questionable whether mescaline and LSD gave Huxley the enlightenment he craved.
The deaths of Lewis and Huxley were mute, private events, only reported in The Times three days later.
Faulkner, Fitzgerald, Huxley—none of the great novelists ever had an original screenplay produced.
Huxley, 14 in 1908, had been just settling in at Eton when his mother died.
Like Lewis, Huxley lost his wife to cancer; he said it was like ‘an amputation’.
In the true sense of the word "chance" did not exist for Huxley and Darwin.
A reply by Mr. Huxley appeared in the July number of the same Journal.
This gave Huxley a text for raising the whole question of the relation of science to culture.
Farewell, my dear Huxley, and do not kill yourself with work.
Huxley says that nine-tenths of the impediments to women's health are not inherent, but are due to her mode of life.
Huxley Hux·ley (hŭks'lē), Andrew Fielding. Born 1917.
British physiologist. He shared a 1963 Nobel Prize for research on nerve cells.
Huxley , Thomas Henry. 1825-1895.
British biologist who championed Darwin's theory of evolution. His works include Evidence as to Man's Place in Nature (1863) and Science and Culture (1881).