; 1 son, Charles Alexander. Instructor philosophy Yale, 1933-1936. Assistant professor of University Hawaii, 1936-1939, associate professor, 1939-1947, professor, 1947-1954, senior professor, since 1954.
Guggenheim Foundation fellow, 1947-1948. Watumull Found, associate, 1947-1948. Visiting professor Duke, 1940, Cornell, 1941, Boston University, summer 1948, University of Southern California, summer 1952.
Director, chairman East-West Philosophers Conference, U. Hawaii, 1939, 49, 59, 64. Board advisers Council Higher Learning in Oriental Humanities.
Co-author, editor: Philosophy—East and West (symposium), 1944. Essays in East-West Philosophy: An Attempt at World Philosophical Synthesis (symposium), 1951, also articles philosophical journals and Indian symposiums. Editor: Essentials of Buddhist Philosophy (Junjiro Takakusu) (with World Trade Chan), 1947.
Editor Philosophy East and West. Source Book in Indian Philosophy (with S. Radhakrishnan). Co-editor A. R. Wadia: Essays in Philosophy Presented in His Honor (symposium).