INDEX

VOL 16   PLATO AND ARISTOTLE
ORDER AND HISTORY  VOLUME III
A to O (Opsis)


[Note by General Editor: This index by Linda Webster is a revision of the indexes printed in the original edition of the book as compiled by the author.]

Academy, 16, 18, 57, 59, 69, 70, 75, 77,
    197, 278, 280, 325-26, 340n8, 347,
    359, 364, 424
Achilles, 76
Achreios, 356
Adikos, 207
Aeigenes, 222
Aenesidemus, 427n10
Aeschylus, 65, 83, 98, 107, 110, 187, 224,
    228, 239, 258-59, 261-62
—Works: Eumenides, 258; Oresteia,
    65, 239, 258-59; Persians, 261-62;
Prometheus, 65, 239; Suppliants, 65
Agalmata, 363-64
Agape, 223
Agapesis, 330
Agathon: agathoi, 188; and bios
theoretikos, 361; and Eros, 90, 258;
eroticism of, 96; explanation of,
166-67, 169; noetos topos, 167; and
soul, 96, 232; to agathon auto, 166;
tou agathon idea, 166; understanding
of, by guardians, 320; vision of, 13-14,
16, 101, 114, 150, 166-71, 190-91,
230-31, 317

Age: of Cronos, 93-94, 206, 208-10, 246,
293; of Empire, 57, 215, 326; Gnostic
Age, 36-37; Metal Ages, 158-62, 176,
221; of Zeus, 94-95, 208-9, 259, 293
Agelaion zoon, 370
Ageros, 207
Agroikia, 79
Aionios, 253-54
Aisthesis, 249
Aitia, 109, 254; anaitios, 109
Aitios, 370-71
Akolasia, 89
Akosmia, 90
Albright, William R, 31
Alcibiades, 92
Alcibiades I, 340
Aletheia, 121-22, 132-34, 160-61, 167,
218, 228, 287, 354; alethes doxa, 222;
alethinos logos, 231, 250, 252. See also
Truth
Alethes doxa, 222
Alethinos logos, 231, 250, 252
Alethos pseudos, 122
Alexander of Aphrodisias, 335
Alexander the Great, 18, 28, 57, 75, 212,
    215, 277, 279, 325, 338, 343, 366n10,
    427
Allotriopragmosyne, 118
Altar Elegy (Aristotle), 339
Amathia, 297; megiste amathia, 297
Amicitia, 374, 419
Ammerman, Robert, 35
Amor Dei, 181
Amor sui, 181
Anacharsis, 186
Anaitios, 109
Analogia entis, 208, 330, 423
Analogon, 167
Anamnesis, 230-31, 234, 248
Anamnesis (Voegelin), 28
Ananke, 109, 255-58, 257, 258, 260-61
Anaxagoras, 331
Anaxarchus, 426
Ancients and moderns, 244
Andreia, 134, 162-63, 221
Andronicus, 334
Angelos (messenger), 114
Anima mundi, 17, 191
Anselm, Saint, 20, 29, 241
Anthropological Principle, 2, 123-25,
    139-42, 156, 162-66, 178-80,
    367, 410
Anthropology, 139-40, 285, 350-51,
    60, 418-21. See also Anthropological
    Principle
Anthropomorphism, 20, 241-42, 246-47
Anxiety, 116, 138
Aphasia, 424
Apodeixis, 210
Apolitism, 170-71, 197-98, 358-59, 364
Apollo, 294-95, 314
Apology (Plato), 61-64, 67, 84
Aporia (difficulty), 384
Appearance and Reality, 133, 161
Archaios (ancients), 244
Arche, 231n3, 254; aristos phylax, 135,
    138; ex arches, 152; politike arche,
    381-82. See also Psyche (virtues and
    vices)
Archelaus, 81
Architektonike politike, 337
Archon, 156, 163
Arete: Aristotle on, 351, 381, 399-400,
402, 415; eidos of, 117; man as best
guardian of, 135, 138; Plato on, 72, 76,
89, 110-12, 116, 124, 140, 162, 183,
185, 217, 222, 263, 265-66, 276, 314,
320
Aretus, 148
Ariste politeia, 404-9
Aristocles, 424
Aristocracy, 212, 372-73, 391, 398-400
Aristoi, 399
Ariston, 57
Aristos phylax, 135, 138
Aristotle: on best constitution, 402-9;
best polis of, 335-36, 382-84, 390,
399-401, 404-10; and bios theoretikos,
350-31, 358-68, 413; on character
types, 414-17; conclusion on, 409-12;
and consciousness of epoch, 339-46;
death of, 325; on democracy, 27; early
writings of, 326; evolution of thought
of, 325-33; failure of immanentist
metaphysics, 417-21; idealism and
realism, 6-7, 336; intellectualization,
330, 336; life of, 28, 76, 325; literary
structure of the Politics, 333-38; and
myth, 346; on nature of polis, 369-77;
on order of polis, 377-90; on Plato,
24; on Plato's Republic, 326, 327, 345,
349, 367, 368, 373, 384, 393, 393n6,
395, 407; political science of, 300,
347-58; stellar religion, 343; on types
of order, 391-96; Voegelin's analysis
of, in Plato and Aristotle, 1, 28. See
also Nicomachean Ethics (Aristotle);
Politics (Aristotle); specific concepts
—Works: Altar Elegy, 339; De Partibus
Animalium, 396-97; Eudemus (On
the Soul),
326; Gryllus (On Rhetoric),
326; Menexenus, 326; Metaphysics,
326, 327, 334, 344, 346, 361, 362,
364, 365, 387-88; Meterologica, 344;
On Justice, 326; On Philosophy , 326,
339; On Prayer, 329; Organon, 329;
Physics, 387-88; Problemata, 341;
Protrepticus, 326, 359; Rhetoric,
414-17; Sophist, 326; Statesman, 326;
Symposium, 326, 331

Art: mimetic, 155, 183, 185-86, 192-93;
    new art of the philosopher, 187-88;
    royal, 19, 217, 220-23, 285. See also
    Techne
Artemis-Bendis. See Bendis
Ascholia, 408, 408-9n11
Asebeia, 58, 62
Askesesin, 169
Ataraxia, 424-25
Ataraxy from dogma, 425
Ataxia, 250-51, 253. See also Taxis
Atechnos, 213
Athanasia, 276, 293
Athena, 259, 295
Athens, 298-99, 302, 340-43; Atlantis
    and Athens Myth, 259-68
Atlantis, 207, 232, 234; Myth of Athens
    and Atlantis, 232, 259-68; order of,
    181
Atlas, 263-64
Atopa, 82
Auden, W. H., 1
Augmentation of logos in soul, 138-39,
    149
Augustine, Saint, 17, 31, 146, 194-95,
    210-11, 228, 254, 326-27
Autarkeia, 359, 369; autarkes, 152; ouk
    antarkes,
152
Autarky, 152, 174, 367-68, 374
Authority: authoritative memory of
species, 345; derailment of, 143-44;
and myth, 238; of philosopher, 90-92,
224; of royal ruler, 214; and society,
135; transfer of, 90-93, 338
Automatoi, 171
Axiomata, 372
Axioms of rulership, 372, 373

Baghdad Neoplatonic school, 340n8
Barker, E., 60n1, 325n1
Basileia, 296
Basileus, 210
Basilike techne, 217
Beatitudo, 420, 423
Becoming: Being and, 176-77, 248-49,
    254, 256n13, 257, 260, 262-63;
    geneseos tithene, 255
Beginning and end, 151, 282-84
Being: and Becoming, 176-77, 248-49,
254, 256n13, 257, 260, 262-63; fall
from, 116; immanent and transcendent
being, 329-30; leap in being, 3, 33, 34,
35, 390; love of, 2-3, 6; order of, 332;
Parmenides on, 120; to on, 120, 256;
true being, 122
Bendis, 107-8, 107n74; Bendidea, 112
Bentham, Jeremy, 88n3
Berdiaev, N., 98
Bergson, Henri, 14
Bios eudaimonestatos, 360
Bios theoretikos, 7, 331, 336, 343,
350-51, 358-68, 371, 390, 409, 410,
413, 415, 417, 419-20, 421
Bluck, R. S., 60n1
Blumenberg, Hans, 36n81
Bodin, Jean, 164, 412
Border problem of anthropology, 418-20
Brown, Truesdell S., 34

Callicles, 25n71, 78, 82-98
Calvinism, 98-99
Caractères (La Bruyère), 423
Cassirer, Ernst, 33
Castro, Fidel, 14
Catharsis, 98
Cave Parable. See Parable of the Cave
Chaerephon, 61, 78
Chaos, 260-61
Characters (Theophrastus), 422-23
Character types, 162-65, 221, 356,
    416-17, 421-23, 427
Charondas, 186, 373
Cherniss, H. R, 60n1
Children: community of women and
children, 101, 103, 156, 172-73,
374, 375-76; education of, 145, 176,
315-16; in own institutions ( nomoi ),
189; parents as rulers of, 372; play of,
314, 316; soul of, 384
China, 174-75
Chora, 255-56
Choregia, 378, 405
Christ, 18, 150, 212, 223, 280-81, 375
Church, 280-81
Cicero, 326-27, 362
Cimon, 91
Cittá corotta, 83, 195
Civitas Dei, 17, 146, 194-95
Civitas naturae, 17, 195
Cognitio Dei, 20, 329
Cognitio fidei, 20, 242
Cognitive inquiry, 147-50
Community: bond of philia, 303-4; of
Hellenes, 173-74; polis as, 369; of
property, 376; of women and children,
101, 103, 156, 172-73, 374, 375-76
Comte, Auguste, 18, 20, 211, 241
Concordia, 375n2
Conditio humana, 84
Consciousness. See Soul; Unconscious
Constitution of soul, 166
Constitutions, 18, 177, 276, 301, 307,
    337-38, 372-73, 385-91, 399, 402-9
Contract theory, 129-30
Conversion, 169-70
Cook, Thomas I., 29-30
Corinthians, Letter to, 159-60
Coriscus of Scepsis, 75-77
Cornford, E. M., 60n1, 104nn1-2,
    236-37nn4-5, 259n15
Cosmic Cycles Myth ( Statesman ), 204,
    205-12, 256, 259, 293
Cosmos: and collective soul, 232;
creation of, 254; cyclical history of, 19,
203; eikon, 250; as living creature with
soul and intelligence, 251; mode of
existence, 253-54; order of idea, 257;
and philosopher's use of myth, 238;
substance of, 252; zoon empsychon
ennoun,
250-51
Cratylus (Plato), 95, 97
Creation and Creation Myth, 250-54,
    256
Credo ut intelligam, 241
Creed, 317-21
Crete: constitution of, 177; as omphalos
    of Hellenic world, 284
Crisis: and epoch, 342-43; and society,
    133-34
Critias, 225, 226n2, 259
Critias (Plato), 174, 177, 181, 191, 205,
    228, 233, 235-37, 259-68, 326, 338
Crito, 66-67
Cronos, Age of, 93-94, 206, 208-10, 246,
    293
Crossman, Richard, 13nn37-38
Cycle: Aristotle on, 341-46, 343-46;
Cosmic Cycles Myth ( Statesman ),
204, 205-12, 256, 259, 293; and epoch,
340-42; myth and doctrine, 345-46;
and theory of knowledge, 345-46; and
timelessness, 284. See also Form of
government
Cynics, 199n3, 424
Cyrenaics, 424

Daimon, 109, 139, 170; Daimonion, 62,
    64, 170
Daimona, 61
Daimonion genos, 223
Darkness and Light, 116-17
Death. See Thanatos
Decline ( lysis ), 176; as process in soul,
    179-80
Decline of the Polis Tale, 175-81
Definition of Chalcedon, 332
Demegoros, 85
Demiourgos, 156, 207
Demiurge, 77, 249-56, 258, 260, 267, 309
Democracy, 15, 18, 23, 27, 58, 177-83,
    212, 301, 373, 387, 391, 398-99, 401-2
Democritus, 119, 237-38, 331
Demos, 5, 17, 381, 391
Demosthenes, 342
Demou Eros, 92
De Partibus Animalium (Aristotle),
    396-97
Depth and descent, 9, 106-16, 137
Diagoge, 313
Dianoia, 70-71, 168
Diaphonia, 298
Dikaiosyne, 113, 118-19, 134, 162-63,
    165-66
Dike, 65-66, 68, 107, 131, 259, 308, 326,
    418. See also Justice and injustice
Diogenes Laertius, 60, 424-26
Diogenes of Sinope, 423
Dion, 5, 24, 68-72, 78, 274
Dion (Plutarch), 68n4
Dionysiac soul, 116, 124, 146, 170
Dionysius I, 68, 70
Dionysius II, 68, 71, 73-74, 274
Dionysus, 294, 295, 314
Dios, 72
Disorder, 90, 123; eide of, 117
Diversion of the Theaetetus, 66, 88n4,
    197-203
Dogma, 135, 287; minimum dogma,
    317-19, 319, 427
Doxa, 10, 110, 120-21, 128-30, 132-34,
    136, 249, 250, 252; alethes doxa, 222;
    doxai of justice, 125-35
Doxa alethes, 381
Dream: oneirata, 160, 161; of passions,
    161-62; of tyranny, 180-81
Drinking, 294, 295
Dualisms. See Existence (polarity)
Dux, 18, 211
Dynamis, 138, 357, 425
Dynamis euergetike, 416
Dynasteia, 296

Ecumenic Age (Voegelin), 6-8
Edizesamen, 139
Education. See Paideia
Egophany, 20-21
Egyptian Myth, 225-35, 248
Ehrenberg, V, 366n10
Eidolon, 171
Eidolon tes dikaiosynes, 118
Eidos, 12, 124, 148, 150-51, 156-57, 160,
    165, 166, 177, 380-82, 386-90
Eighth Letter (Plato), 71, 278
Eikasia, 168
Eikon, 167, 249-51, 253
Eikos mythos, 250-52
Ekei, 114
Elegchos, 291
Eleutheria, 89, 298
Elpis, 285
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 5
Emmetros, 308
Emphron, 72, 289
Empsychos, 195; zoon empsychon
    ennoun,
250-51
Empsychos kosmos, 293
Empsychos nomos, 275, 287
Empsychos physis, 290
Energeia, 351, 359; theoretike energeia,
    359
Engel-Janosi, Friedrich, 29, 32, 33
Enlightenment, 242, 244-45
Enthousiasmos, 67, 181
Epanodos, 113-14, 150
Epekeina, 167
Epicurus and Epicureans, 424
Epideixis, 311
Epikuroi, 154
Epinomis (Plato), 245, 362-63
Epistates, 156
Epistatikos, 214
Episteme: architektonike politike, 337;
Aristotle on, 337, 351, 386, 389;
episteme politike, 217, 337, 386, 389;
Plato on, 10, 120, 123, 127-30, 138,
148-49, 167-69, 187-88, 214
Episteme politike, 217, 337, 386, 389
Epi talethes, 231
Epithymetikon, 163, 179
Epithymia, 130, 179; symphytos
    epithymia,
206
Epoche, 425-27
Epodai, 316
Equality: and inequality of man, 160-61,
    164-65, 288, 302-3, 392-95, 403-4,
    419; proportional and mechanical,
    302-3
Erastus, 75-77
Eros: and Agathon, 90, 258; demon Eros,
92; divine Eros, 292; eros tyrannos,
181; love of being, 2-3, 6; love of
demos, 82-83, 92; love of existence,
6; love of philosophy, 82-83, 85;
metamorphosis of, 182; pathos of,
82-83, 85; Plato's description of,
180-81; sensuous love of beautiful
youth, 17; of Socrates, 82, 85; and soul,
326; variants of, 82-83; and world,
67-77
Er the Pamphylian, 108, 113, 116
Eschatology, 211, 339
Ethe, 124
Ethesi, 169
Ethnos, 297, 349, 366, 371
Ethos, 290, 351, 414-15, 416
Euclid, 195-96
Eudaimonia: in Aeschylus's Persians,
261; Aristotle on, 349, 350-51,
358-68, 402; destruction of, 290;
eudaimonizein, 170; eudaimonon,
200; in Gorgias, 89, 98; meanings
of, 350-51; and obedience to laws,
307; polis eudaimon, 336, 367; teleia
eudaimonia,
359; true happiness,
358-59; types of, 358-59
Eudemus (On the Soul) (Aristotle), 326
Eugenes, 222
"Eugenics" passages, 12, 172, 173
Eugonia, 176
Eumatheia, 135
Eumenides (Aeschylus), 258
Eunomia, 319-20
"Eunomics," 12, 13n37
Euphyes, eutyches, 176
Euripides, 95
Eusebius of Caesarea, 424n73
Eu zen, 370
Evil. See Good and evil; Thremma
Exis,
352
Existence: and anxiety, 116;
augmentation, 145-46; depth,
116; genesis and kosmos, 254;
intramundane existence, 420; inverted
philosophy of, 85-90; love of, 6;
nothingness, 203; order of, 143, 149;
philosophical, 326-27; of Skeptics,
326-27
Existence (polarity): asleep and awake,
161; beginning and end, 151, 282-
84; darkness and light, 116-17;
embodiment and disembodiment,
172-75, 228-31, 238, 260; faith and
reason, 248; fall and rebirth, 267-68;
fulfillment and failure, 413; genesis
and kosmos, 254; good and evil, 181,
202-3, 210, 339-40; life and death,
116-17; night and sun, 266; political
and theoretical, 364; power and spirit,
279-80; spiritual and temporal, 171;
truth and untruth, 20-21, 21n60,
121-22, 224, 231, 238-40, 242-45, 247;
unconscious and consciousness, 238,
247; way up and way down, 106-16;
withdrawal and return, 170-71, 190;
youth and age, 284
Experience: of depth and direction, 137-
    38; logos of, 138; of transcendence,
    166-67, 289-90, 417-20

Faith and reason, 20, 248
Fascism, 27-28
Fides caritate formata, 419
Fides versus ratio, 20
Fifth Letter (Plato), 278
Form as limiting principle, 174
Forma supranatumlis, 419
Form of government: Aristotle on,
300, 378-80, 390-409; axioms of
rulership, 372; best government,
404-9; classification of six types,
212-13, 220; and constitutions, 18,
177, 276, 301, 307, 337-38, 372-73,
385-91, 399, 402-9; cosmic crystal,
304-7, 311; cycle of governmental
forms, 295-300, 371; decline, 176-81;
manifold of political forms, 396-404;
middle-class polis, 402-3; mixed form,
300-302, 303; necessary elements, 398;
ontological status, 388-89; paradigms
in household, 372-73; politeia as
term used for, 140-42, 149; sequence
in history, 181-83, 394; sequence of
declining forms, 177-83; and social
stratum, 273; solstitial form, 302; tale
of decline, 175-81; true and perverted,
391, 395, 399-400- See also Polis; Polis
(Plato's paradigm); Politeia (forms of
government)
Foundation play, 15n44, 142-47
France, 279
Frank, E., 237n5, 305n4
Franklin, Julian, 29
Friedländer, P., 60n1, 65n3, 148n12,
    170n19
Friedrich, Carl Joachim, 27n76, 29, 36
Friendship. See Philia

Galenus, 148
Generations, 105, 111, 114, 125-27, 137
Genesis, 167-68, 255-56, 256n13, 277
Gennaion (pseudos), 159, 159n17
Genos, 121, 174
Georgoi, 156
German kingship, 278
Gigon, O., 61
Gnosis, 247, 332, 361
Gnostic Age and Gnostics, 6, 36-37, 247,
    362n4
God: Aristotle on, 330, 334, 419;
as author of institutions, 290-93;
beginning and end, 282-83, 308,
309-10; in Cosmic Cycles Myth, 206,
208; dispensation of, 135; friendship
between man and, 419; knowability,
361; man in likeness of, 184, 308;
as Measure, 271, 281, 307-8, 317;
as Mover of the Pieces, 290, 304;
Persuasion and relationship between
man and, 309-10; phile kai akolouthos
Theo,
308; as Player of the Puppets,
285-88, 290, 294, 312-14, 316-17; as
prime mover and noesis noeseos, 330,
334; and psyche in man, 116, 308; as
royal ruler, 209; scientia Dei, 332-33;
in Statesman, 246; theoria theou, 361;
theosebeia, 321; and truth, 250. See
also Demiurge; Zeus
Gods, visible, 362
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 242, 246
Golden Age, 208-10, 243, 259, 293
Goldschmidt, V., 60n1
Good and evil, 67-68, 90, 181, 202-3,
    210, 261, 339-40. See also Agathon
Good polis. See Polis (Plato's paradigm)
Gorgias (Plato): Aristotle's writing
corresponding to, 326; crisis of polis
in, 342; dialogue's importance in, 66;
existential issue in, 78-82; inverted
philosophy of existence, 85-90;
murder of Socrates in, 5; Myth of the
Judgment of the Dead, 67, 84, 93-99;
pathos and communication in, 82-84;
Socrates as true statesman in, 143;
transfer of authority in, 59, 60, 90-92,
338-39; writing of, 59
Government. See Form of government
Grene, D., 60n1
Gryllus (On Rhetoric) (Aristotle), 326
Guardini, R., 61
Gyges Myth, 130, 155, 184

Hadas, Moses, 12n37, 30, 32-33
Hades, 95, 107-16, 123, 139, 155, 171,
    185
Hamartemata, 98
Hannaford, Ivan, 13n37
Happiness. See Eudaimonia
Harrison, J. E., 240n6
Hassner, Pierre, 35
Heaven, 146
Hebrews, Letter to, 20
Hecate, 108
Hedone, 285
Hegel, G. W. E, 31, 32, 36, 366n10
Hegemones, 263
Hegemon kai kyrios, 74
Heidegger, Martin, 33
Heimarmene (Fate), 206, 223
Heinze, M., 163n18
Hellenic federation and Hellenic empire,
    174, 278, 297-98, 300, 366
Hephaestus, 259
Heracles, 65
Heraclides of Pontus, 362
Heraclitus, 3, 30, 62, 107, 114, 117, 119,
    121, 131, 139, 147, 161, 2, 24, 330
Hermias of Atarneus, 75-77
Hermocrates, 225, 226, 233, 236n4
Hermocrates (Plato), 196
Herodotus, 155
Hesiod, 117, 121, 122, 131, 134, 151, 160,
    176, 183, 187, 221, 233, 239, 284-85,
    355-56
Hildebrandt, K., 72, 104-5,
    193n1, 237n5
Hippocrates, 148
Hippodamus, 266, 373
Historicity of truth, 26, 418-19
History: cycle of governmental forms,
295-300, 371; dialectics of, 228;
intramundane, transfigured history,
228; meaning of, 371, 390; order of,
and myth of the cosmos, 390; of
philosophy, 333; and polis, 231, 233
History of Political Ideas (Voegelin), 25,
    33
History of the Race Idea (Voegelin),
    13n37
Hitler, Adolf, 18, 211
Hobbes, Thomas, 130, 131
Homer, 94, 107-8, 122, 134, 155, 165,
    183, 185-88, 224, 233, 234
Homoiosis theo, 200, 211
Homo-mensura, 307
Homonoia, 19, 175, 223, 375, 375n2,
    411, 419
Horme, 370
Horoi, 336
Hortensius (Cicero), 326
Hubris, 222, 260-62
Huizinga, J., 240n6, 311-12, 311-13nn5-
    7
Humanitas, 422
Humanity. See Man
Hybris, 222, 260-62
Hygies, 152
Hypar, 171
Hyperesia: hyperetai tois nomois, 307;
    ton theon hyperesia, 307
Hyperesis ton theon, 293
Hypothesis, 378
Hypotyposes (Sextus Empiricus), 425

Idea: Aristotle's criticism of Plato,
328-31; and chaos, 261; embodiment
and disembodiment, 172-75, 189,
191-93, 228-31, 238, 260, 276, 281;
idealism and realism, 328; immanent
and transcendent, 328-30, 336; of man,
193-95, 426; maximal realization,
337; measure, 174-75; methexis, 228,
327-28; numbers, 305-6; ontological
status, 227-28; order of, in cosmos,
257; realm of, 190-91; and soul,
190-91; taxis and ataxia, 251, 253
Idea (or eidos ), 148, 177, 251
Ideal, 136-37, 272-73, 335-36, 400
Idiotes, 402
Imitatio Achillis, 76
Imitatio Socratis, 18, 97, 197
Immanentism, 28, 417-21, 423
Incarnation: drama of, 260-61; of idea in
    history, 253-59; mythical failure of,
    175-77; myth of, 253-59, 304-5; truth
    of, 252. See also Idea
Incarnation Myth, 253-59
Inequality. See Equality
Inquiry: cognitive, 147-50; zetetic,
    136-42
In Search of Order (Voegelin), 8
Institutional order, 301-7
Intellect. See Nous
Iranian eschatology, 339
Irenaeus, 247
Isogonia, 161
Isonomia, 278
Israel and Revelation (Voegelin), 9, 31
Italy, 279

Jaeger, Werner, 31, 60-61nn1-2, 76n5,
    156n15, 325n1, 327n3, 329n4, 339n6,
    359n3, 362nn5-6, 364129, 372n1
Jaspers, Karl, 27, 197n2
Jesus. See Christ
Joachim of Fiore, 18, 211
John, Saint, 139
Jowett, B., 159n17
Judgment of the Dead, 108, 232; in
Gorgias, 67, 84, 93-99; in Republic,
    67, 94, 105, 109, 113, 124, 137
Jung, C. G., 108n5
Justice and injustice, 87-88, 90-91,
    117-19, 124-36, 183-85, 375, 392-95
Justinian, 340n8

Kairos, 176, 292
Kakia, 118; kaka, 183
Kallion, 152
Kallipolis, 152
Kalokagathia. 356
Kalon, 150, 320
Kalos, 416
Kanon kai metron, 354
Katabasis, 171; katabateon, 171;
    kateben, 106-8, 171
Kata logon, 178
Kata physin, 148-49
Katastasis, 141; katastasis politeion,
    135
Kelsen, Hans, 13n38
Keneophrosyne, 426
Kentron, 181
Kerenyi, K., 108n5
Kerferd, G. B., 31-32
Kierkegaard, S0ren, 33
Kinesis, 148
Kirk, Russell, 34
Knowledge. See Episteme
Koinon, 277, 394
Koinoneo, 173
Koinonia, 90, 369
Koinonia ton homoion, 406
Kome, 369
Kosmios te kai theios, 150
Kosmos, 90, 254; akosmia, 90; kosmein,
    166
Kosmos empsychos, 293
Krisis, 202n4
Kritikos, 214
Krueger, G., 60
Kuhn, Helmut, 35-36
Kyrion, 360, 391

La Bruyère, Jean de, 423
Lachesis, 109
Law: Guardians of the Law, 307;
mimesis, 216-17; royal rule, 364;
rule of law, 214-16, 218-20, 272-75,
274, 394-96. See also Constitutions; Lawgiver; Royal ruler
Lawgiver, 25, 275, 290, 337, 353, 357,
    377-79, 390, 397, 410, 414
Laws (Plato): axioms of rulership in, 372,
373; character types in, 221; compared
with Aristotle's Politics, 327, 368,
371, 373, 393, 395; compared with
Republic, 269, 272-77, 280-81, 283,
284-85, 287; constitution in, 276, 307;
creed in, 316-22; critique of Voegelin's
analysis of, 35; divine formative force
in, 8; founding play in, 143; metal
chords in, 164; misconceptions about,
269-77; model or "paradigmatic"
society in, 2; old myth in, 243, 244;
overview of, 21-25; polis in, 174,
175, 243, 257, 311-16, 338, 347, 410;
political form in, 294-306; psyche in,
203; revelation at noon in, 307-10; and
Sicilian politics, 69; social drinking
in, 294, 295; soul in, 340; symbols in,
282-93; theocracy in, 277-82, 288n2,
319; wisdom as analogue of cosmic
order in, 60; writing of, 326
Leap in being, 3, 33, 34, 35, 390
Leisure. See Schole
Lenin, V. I., 18, 211
Lestes, 90
Levinson, R. B., 60n1
Libido dominandi, 21n60
Lie: Big Lie and Great Truth, 159-62. See
    also Alethos pseudos; Pseudos
Life and Death, 116-17
Locke, John, 87n2, 130
Logismos, 285, 287, 289, 292, 294, 296,
    298, 314
Logismos notho, 255, 256n13
Logistikon, 163, 179-80, 183
Logoi, 333-34, 336
Logos: alethinos logos, 231, 250, 252;
Aristotle on, 351, 354, 356, 384; en
Logois,
145, 147, 227; kata logon, 178;
Logistikon, 163, 179-80, 183; Plato on,
145, 147, 160, 163, 178-80, 183, 214,
216-17, 227, 231, 248-50, 252, 286,
293; tou eidotos Logos, 73
Logos basilikos, 214, 216-17
Logos of soul, 138-39, 149
Love. See Eros
Luxurious polis, 152, 153-56
Lyceum, 325, 422, 424
Lycurgus, 186
Lype, 285
Lysis, 176

Machiavelli, Niccolò, 182, 279, 412
Makrologia, 80
Malista, 398
Man: anthropomorphic, 242, 246-
47; bond of humanity, 161, 195;
brotherhood of, 158-62; character
types of, 162-66, 221, 416-17, 421-23,
427; equality and inequality, 160-61,
164-65, 288, 302-3, 392-95, 403-4;
forma supranaturalis, 419; freeman
and slave, 202; fulfillment and failure,
413; good man, 374-75; happiness of,
358-59; homoiosis theo, 200; idea of,
193-95, 426; likeness to God, 184;
natural study, 420-21; nature of, 360,
377, 384, 390, 404-6, 413, 418-20,
422; Nietzsche's Last Man, 202; not
self-sufficient, 152; order through
myth, 240; as plaything, 288; politikon
zoon,
370; as puppet, 285-88, 290,
294, 312-14, 316-17; slaves by nature,
383-84; sleepwalkers, 161; true self,
374-75, 419; universal humanity,
161-62
Manasse, Ernst Moritz, 3 5
Mania, 16, 180-81, 191-93
Man of politics, affairs, 198-200, 202
Marx, Karl, 18, 211, 228
Materes, 298, 301-2, 304
Mathein, 329
Mathema, 83
Mathemata megista, 166
Mathetes, 138, 280
McIlwain, C. H., 325n1
Measure: of beauty and order, 405; divine,
271, 281, 307-8, 317; emmotros, 308;
epilogue of Republic, 183-88; Form as,
174-75; kanon kai metron, 354; techne
metretike
(art of measurement), 146,
183, 213. See also Metron
Megaloprepeia, 135
Megiste amathia, 297-98
Meletus, 60
Menander, 423, 427
Menexenus (Aristotle), 326
Menexenus (Plato), 161, 326
Mente eroica, 371
Meros, 372, 398
Meson, 111, 212, 302
Mesotes, 351, 354, 402-3
Messenger, 114, 116
Metabole, 118
Metal Ages, 158-62, 176, 221; evolution
    of symbolism, 164, 221, 284-85, 303
Metaphysics (Aristotle), 326, 327, 334,
    344, 346, 361, 362, 364, 365, 387-88
Metaxy, 3, 6, 120
Meterologica (Aristotle), 344
Methexis, 228, 327-28
Metron, 12, 174, 302, 405; emmetros,
    308; kanon kai metron, 354. See also
    Measure
Mill, John Stuart, 211
Miltiades, 91
Mimesis, 185-88, 216-17, 316; mimetic
    artists, 155, 185-88, 192
Minerva, 36
Mochteria, 376
Models of soul and society, 162-66
Monarchy, 177, 212, 278, 365-66,
    372-73, 391, 398-401
More, Paul Elmer, 34
Morion, 369, 398
Murray, G., 240n6, 244-45n8, 259n15
Musaeus, 134
Mystery of iniquity, 208
Mystical body, 173
Myth: and Aeschylus, 239; age
of myth closed, 187, 209; and
anthropomorphism, 241; Aristotle on,
346; and authority, 238; cosmological,
174; of cosmos and order of history,
248-49, 281, 309, 390; eikos mythos,
250-51; form of object, 246-47;
freedom toward and from, 20, 240-
41; and Hesiod, 239; knowledge
versus, 20, 248; of myth, 248-53;
mythopoetic freedom, 239-41; of
nature, 173, 195, 228, 288n2; of
the people, 224; perversion of, 242,
244; of philosopher's soul, 224-25;
philosophy of, 237-48; play with
the myth, 240, 245-47; and pseudos,
160; and reality, 231; and science,
241-42; self-authentication, 244; of
Socratic soul, 64-68; of soul, 19-20,
253, 279; sources of truth of, 252;
truth and untruth, 20-21, 21n60,
224, 231, 238-40, 242-45, 247, 252;
unconscious and conscious, 19, 21,
246; and unfolding of personality, 20.
See also Plato (myths, parables, etc.)
Mythos, 160, 227, 231, 239; eikos
    mythos,
250-52; en mytho, 227-28,
    231

National Socialism, 13n37, 14, 27-28,
    202n4
Nature Myth, 173, 195, 228, 288n2
Nazism. See National Socialism
Neoplatonism, 240n8
Neos kai sophos (enlightened moderns),
    244
Newman, W. L., 325n1
New Science of Politics (Voegelin), 1, 2,
    30, 242n7
Nicolaus Cusanus, 288n2
Nicomachean Ethics (Aristotle): bios
theoretikos in, 358-62, 366-68, 410;
constitutions in, 337-38, 372-73;
God in, 419; literary structure of,
333, 337-38, 411; nature of polis
in, 372-73, 382; philia in, 374-75;
political science in, 348-58, 366-68,
372-73, 411; royal ruler in, 366-67;
significance of Voegelin's analysis of,
I, 28; virtuous man in, 367-68, 402
Niemeyer, Gerhart, 29, 32, 33-34
Nietzsche, Friedrich, 202
Nilsson, M. P., 107n4
Nocturnal Council, 24, 318-21
Noesis, 168
Noesis noeseos, 330, 334
Noetos topos, 167
Nomimos, 90
Nomos: children in own institutions
(nomoi), 189; and existential
community, 277; meaning of,
271, 293; minimum dogma as, 317;
and Nocturnal Council, 321; nomos
empsychos,
275, 287; and Nous, 293,
293n3, 307, 309-11, 320; patriois
nomois,
296; and persuasion, 309-10;
physis (nature) versus, 85-86; polis
of nomoi, 276, 286, 295-96, 299-300,
305, 307, 313, 315-19; and soul, 90,
285-89
Nomos empsychos, 275, 287
Nomothetes, 25, 275, 337. See also
Lawgiver
Nomothetics, 352-53, 357-58
Nooumenon, 167
Nosos, 28, 318
Noumenon, 167
Nous: and Ananke, 257, 260-61; anous
psyche, 305; Aristotle on, 343, 351,
357, 359-60, 374-75, 411, 419; bios
eudaimonestatos, 360; and Demiurge,
255; and Nocturnal Council, 320-21;
and Nomos, 293, 293n3, 307, 309-11,
320; noumenon, 167; nous hegemon,
320; and persuasion, 309-10; Plato on,
8, 167, 250-51, 255-57, 257n14, 260,
261, 293, 305, 307, 309-11, 321; and
soul, 250-51, 360; theoretike energeia,
359; to kyrion (ruling part of soul),
360; to theiotaton, 359-60; translation
of, 255n11; zoon empsychon ennoun,
250-51
Nous hegemon, 320
Nous-in-psyche, 77
Numbers, 305-6

Oates, Whitney J., 35
Ochlos, 199, 202
O'Connor, Flannery, 32
Odai, 316
Ogle, W., 397n7
Oikeia, oikeoprageia, 119
Oikistes, 142, 150
Oikonomia, 352
Oikos, 369
Oligarchy, 177-83, 212, 301, 373, 387,
    391, 393, 398-99
Omphalos: Crete as, 284; of soul, 21, 238
On, 120, 256; me on, planeton, 120-21
Onar-hypar, 171
Oneirata, 160, 161
Oneiron, 161
On Justice (Aristotle), 326
On Philosophy (Aristotle), 326, 339
On Prayer (Aristotle), 329
On Rhetoric (Gryllus) (Aristotle), 326
On the Soul (Eudemus) (Aristotle), 326
Opsis, 169
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