The Eric Voegelin reader : politics, history, consciousness /

"By the time Eric Voegelin fled Hitler's regime and made his way to the United States in 1938, he had already written four books criticizing Nazi racism, establishing what would be the focus of his life's work: to account for the endemic political violence of the twentieth century. On...

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Main Author: Voegelin, Eric, 1901-1985 (Author)
Other Authors: Embry, Charles R., 1942- (Editor), Hughes, Glenn, 1951- (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Columbia : University of Missouri Press, [2017]
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Table of Contents:
  • PART ONE Intellectual Biography
  • From Autobiographical Reflections (1973)
  • ch. 10 American Influence
  • ch. 11 Concerning the Year in France
  • ch. 12 Return to Vienna
  • ch. 13 Anschluss and Emigration
  • From the Political Religions (Second edition, 1939)
  • Preface
  • From Autobiographical Reflections (1973)
  • ch. 22 Why Philosophize? To Recapture Reality!
  • PART TWO The Philosophical Science of Politics
  • From The New Science of Politics (1952)
  • Introduction, Sections 1 and 2
  • Editors' summary of Chapter 1
  • ch. 2 Representation and Truth, Sections 1
  • 6, 9
  • ch. 3 The Struggle for Representation in the Roman Empire, Section 1
  • Necessary Moral Bases for Communication in a Democracy (1956)
  • Industrial Society in Search of Reason (1963), Section 5
  • World-Empire and the Unity of Mankind (1962)
  • PART THREE Philosophizing in Modernity In Search of the Ground (1965)
  • On Debate and Existence (1967)
  • Immortality: Experience and Symbol (1967)
  • PART FOUR Philosophy and the Open Soul: Consciousness, Reason, and Divine Reality
  • From Remembrance of Things Past (1978)
  • Equivalences of Experience and Symbolization in History (1970)
  • Reason: The Classic Experience (1974)
  • The Gospel and Culture (1971)
  • PART FIVE Philosophy of History
  • From Israel and Revelation (1956)
  • Preface
  • Introduction: The Symbolization of Order
  • From The World of the Polis (1957)
  • Introduction: Mankind and History (excerpts)
  • From The Ecumenic Age (1974)
  • Introduction (excerpts) from In Search of Order (1987)
  • ch. 1 The Beginning of the Beginning
  • Epilogue.