INDEX

VOL 29— Selected Correspondence:
1924-1949

Index of Correspondents
Main Index begins below

Adult Education Center Vienna
    Volksheim, 142-43
American Consulate General, 175
Anderson, Charles, 551-56
Austrian Ministry of Education,
    167
Barrett, Laura, 583-85
Baumgarten, Eduard, 77-78, 81-
    90, 93-112, 118-41, 154-55,
    168-69
Berle, Adolf Á., 300-302
Bermann-Fischer, Gottfried,
    180-81
Bermann-Fischer Publishing
    House, 217-18
Berstel, Hans, 512-19
Bonnet, Henri, 170-71
Borchard, Edwin M., 192-93
Brecht, Arnold, 486-92
Broch, Hermann, 425-27, 435-36,
    540-42
Brockhausen, Carl, 482-83
Brooks, Cleanth, 548-50, 557-58
Brüning, Heinrich, 263, 412-13,
    476-77, 493
Coker, Francis, 464-65
Cole, Taylor, 261-62, 328-33,
    590-91, 598-99, 666-67
Commons, John R., 169
Corbett, P. E., 547~48, 550-51
Czernin, Count Ferdinand, 292-93,
Dempf, Alois, 645-46, 664-65
Dulles, Eleanor Lansing, 452-53
Elliott, William Y., 181-82, 258-59,
    319-22, 477-78, 496, 657-58,
    667-68
Engel-Janosi, Friedrich, 209-10,
    229-30, 262, 308-9, 315-17, 326-
    27, 343-44, 353-58, 400-401,
    403-4, 406-8, 432-33, 450-52,
    454-57, 465-67, 505-7, 535-36,
    539-40, 559-60, 565-67, 579,
    585-86, 595-97, 606-7, 614-16,
    620, 654-55, 665-66, 668-69
Eubank, Earle E., 195, 199-201,
    208, 216-17
Feibleman, James K., 499-501
Fischer, H. H., 408-9
Gross, Leo, 171-73, 174
Guggenheim Foundation, 259-60
Gurian, Waldemar, 193-94, 318,
    361-62, 405, 470-71, 623, 637-40
Gurwitsch, Aaron, 536-38, 616-18,
    625-26, 644-45, 656-57
Guttenbrunner, Siegfried, 647-48
Haberler, Gottfried von, 147-49,
    155-62, 165, 173-74, 323-24,
    603-4, 626-28
Hall, Warner F., 256-57
Hamrell, Sven, 607-8
Hankins, F. H., 129-30
Harris, Robert, 411-12, 434-35,
    471-74
Hartl, Klara, 211, 233-34
Hartshorne, Edward Yarnall, 254
Hatcher, W. B., 468
Havard, William C., 534-35,
    591-92
Hayek, Friedrich von, 153-54,
    175-76
Heilman, Robert, 457-64, 519-34,
    562-64, 567-69, 580-82, 592-95,
    599-601, 621-23
Holcombe, Arthur N., 179
Johnson, Alvin, 255-56
Kasch, Howard E., 453-54
Kauder, Emil, 501-2, 586-88
Kaufmann, Fritz, 418-19
Kendall, Willmoore, 558-59,
    564-65, 570, 643-44
Kittredge, Tracy, 145-46, 196-97
Koch, Hede, 636-37
Koch, Karl, 629-35
Krieck, Ernst, 115-17
Lasswell, Harold, 149-51
Lehrl, Joseph, 544-47, 650-52
Lemche, Karsten, 219-23
Lemche, Ruthilt, 205-7, 223-27
Lippincott, Benjamin, 246-47
Loewenstein, Karl, 249-50, 333-37
Low, Marianne, 475-76, 601-2
Löwith, Karl, 414-24, 604-5,
    609-10
Machlup, Fritz, 151-52, 612-13,
    624-25, 638, 663-64
Machlup, Mrs. F., 481
Macmillan Company, 711-20
Madison, C. A., 652-53
Mann, Thomas, 203
Martin, Roscoe C., 468-69, 474-75,
    507-10
McGovern, William M., 189-91,
    228-29, 232-33
McGraw-Hill Book Company, 240
McGurdy, Henry, 449-50
Merkl, Adolf, 275-76
Merriam, Charles E., 141-42
Mintz, Max, 231-32, 237-38,
    243-45, 260-61, 264, 271-72,
    277, 286-87, 327-28, 494-95,
    510-12
Moe, Henry A., 571-77
Moore, Mrs. William H., 247-49
Morgenstern, Oskar, 218-19
Morstein Marx, Fritz, 242-43, 246,
    265-69, 278-82, 322-23, 402-3
Murait, Alexander von, 483-86,
    497-98, 569-70
Norton, Dolph, 469-70
Otaka, Tomoo, 588-89
Palmer, J. E., 479-80
Parsons, Talcott, 241-42, 251-53,
    269-71, 273, 282-96, 303-5,
    325-26, 341-43, 347-51, 383-85,
    406
Perroux, Francois, 648
Pfeifer, Helfried, 166-67
Plöchl, Willibald, 296-300, 302-3
Rohrlich, Georg F., 589-90
Rothacker, Erich, 71-73
Rühl, Fritz, 215-16
Schnabl, Wolfgang, 640-43
Schuman, Frederick L., 239
Schütz, Alfred, 184-87, 234-36,
    351-53, 358-78, 381-83, 386-
    400, 428-31, 436-48, 543-44,
    578, 649, 658-62
Sebba, Gregor, 274, 309-10, 538-39,
    670
Seilern, Oswald, 177-78
Spitzer, Leo, 345-46
Springer Publishing, 188-89,
    197-98
Starck, Taylor, 409-10
Steiner, Herbert, 204, 250
Strauss, Leo, 125, 338-41, 379-80,
    560-61, 608-9, 618-19
University of Wisconsin, Political
    Science Department, 162-65
Van Sickle, John, 79-81, 91-92,
    110, 112-14
Verdross, Alfred von, 503-5
Voegelin, Lissy, 211-15
Von Wiese, Leopold, 73-74, 76-77
Waal, Elizabeth de, 305-7
Weber, Marianne, 75-76
Weinberger, Herr, 624
Willfort, Rita, 413-14
Wilson, Francis G., 492-93
Wolff, Kurt, 610-11







See the separate Index of Correspondents (above) for a list of the recipients of Voegelin's letters.

Main Index (A-L)

See the separate Index of Correspondents (above) for a list of the recipients of Voegelin's letters.
Abelard, Peter, 359
Abfall von Gott (apostasy), 104
Abraham Lincoln Foundation, 78,
    84
Académie de droit compare , 93-94
Acquiescentia , 619
"Action, Situation and Normative
    Pattern" (Parsons), 270-71
    Acton, Lord, 596-97
    Adamovich, Ludwig von, 157, 163,
    654
Adams, Henry, 469-70
Adler, Mortimer J., 256
Adler, Sandy, 66
Adult education classes in Vienna,
    12, 28, 32, 142-43, 153, 157,
    163-64, 673-75
Aeschylus, 659
Aeschylus (Murray), 574
The Age of the Reformation
    (Smith), 606
Airapetyantz, E., 441n4
Alabama, 238, 276, 277, 287, 306.
    See also University of Alabama
Albright, William Foxwell, 327
Alcibiades, 240
Alexander I, Tzar of Russia, 456,
    540
Alexander the Great, 158, 248, 260,
    281, 555, 584, 615, 662
Al-Farabi, 125
Allers, Rudolf, 620
Alter ego, 290
Amaury of Chartres, 385
America: Baumgarten on, 95,
96-97, 100, 121-23, 126-27, 130-31, 140, 168; Constitution of, 435-36, 663, 665, 679, 683, 684, 687-89; democracy in, 21-22, 126-27, 131, 435-36, 490; difficulty of Americans of quality to integrate into society of, 381; Engel-Janosi's emigration to, 176, 177-78, 209-10, 229-30, 245; frontier in, 121-22; Gieseking affair, 633; national community in, 349; as superpower, 631; Voegelins' emigration to, 5, 8, 36-42, 172-82, 184, 197-98, 205, 214, 588, 641; Voegelin's search for employment in, 39-40, 144-62, 183, 190-96, 199-201, 205, 214-16; Voegelin's study in, on Rockefeller scholarship (1924-1926), 9, 79, 116, 148-49, 153, 162-63, 190. See also On the Form of the American Mind (Voegelin); and specific universities
American Diplomacy (Williams),
    240
American Embassy, Vienna, 452-53
American Indians, 231
"American Philosophy and German
    Faith" (Baumgarten), 21
American Political Science Association
(APSA): "Beyond Relativism in Political Theory" Round Table (1946) at, 487- 93, 493n3; Chicago meeting of (1949), 592-93, 597; and "Clericalism" paper by Voegelin, 505-7, 702-10; and Loewenstein's interest in comparative government, 336; and Parsons, 383-85; Philadelphia meeting (1946), 456; and Schütz, 431; and suggested texts in political theory, 383-85 American Sociological Review , 129-30
"The American Theory of
    Property" (Voegelin), 684, 687
Amerikakunde (American Studies),
    95
Amherst College, 327
Amicitia , 619
Anamnesis and Husserl, 388,
Anamnesis (Voegelin), 399-400,
    480
Anamnetic experiments, 2, 48, 56,
    399-400, 480
Anderson, Charles, 551-57
Anima , 521
Anima animi , 377
Anomie, 251-52
Anschütz, Gerhard, 162
Anselm of Canterbury, 376, 502
Anthony and Cleopatra
    (Shakespeare), 464
Anti-Semitism. See Jews; National
    Socialism
Apokalypse der deutschen Seele
    (Balthasar), 465, 574
Apospasmata , 368
"Apostasy" (Voegelin), 428-30
APSA. See American Political
    Science Association (APSA)
Aquinas, Thomas. See Thomas
    Aquinas, Saint
Der Arbeiter (Juenger), 254
Arbitrium universale , 429
Aristoi , 464
Aristotelianism, 360
Aristotle: and bios theoretikos , 447,
487, 488, 662, 708; on character types, 661-62; comprehensive system of political theory of, 13, 53; and decline of Athens, 628; Engel-Janosi on, 354; and epistemology, 380; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 464, 555, 645, 647, 649, 655, 656-57, 666; on homonoia , 659; on human existence in community, 66o; Kelsen on, 662; metaphysics and theology of, 225; metaphysics of, 613; and polis, 352, 662; political science of, 338-40; Schütz on, 649; on soul, 368; on statesman, 662; theoria (contemplation) of, 31-32, 53, 54; on theory, 244; Voegelin's interest in generally, 611; on zoon politikon , 352
Arnim, Achim von, 348
Astrology, 358
Astronomy, 346, 363, 396, 441
Atlantis saga, 495, 496, 504
Attention a la vie, 443, 446-47
Aufgang des Abendlandes (Heer),
    665, 666
Aufricht, Dr., 228
Augustine, Saint: and Christian
Imperium, 416; Confessions by, 354; and Gospel of John, 316; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 280, 327; on intentio , 377; and intentio animi , 417; and meditation, 374-75; and mystical speculation, 168; and negative theology, 415; and predestination, 417; and problem of creation, 417; and rationes of things, 360; and time-eternity, 285; Voegelin's interest in generally, 611
Austria: and Baumgarten, 118-20,
128; Catholic intellectuals in, 333; and Center for the Study of International Problems, 27-28; Christian social peasants in, 332; communication difficulties between Germany and, during postwar period, 655; conditions in, during 1946, 454-55, 481-83; and Congress of Vienna, 262; constitutional reform act (1929), 24-25, 124, 129, 683, 690; Constitution of 1934 of, 312-13; and democracy, 332; Dollfuss in, 25-26, 35, 194n3; Heimwehr (Home Defense Force) in, 24, 27; inter-group conflicts in, 332-33; Jews in, 16, 37, 109-10, 212- 13, 219-20; Lehrl on, 651-62; Marxism in, 332; methodology of historical and social sciences in, 290-91; and National Socialism, 25-27, 37-38, 119, 313, 333, 633, 698-99; Patriotic Front in, 27, 45, 194, 194n3; Schuschnigg in, 26, 27, 35, 37, 45, 193, 311; Second Republic of, 46; shipments to, in postwar period, 466, 481; Social Democratic Party in, 25, 28, 37, 119; Lissy Voegelin on destruction of, 211-14; Eric Voegelin on political situation in, 118-20, 128, 130, 141-42, 296-97, 598-99, 641, 651-52, 698-99; Voegelin's book on, 124, 129; Voegelins' exodus from, 5, 8, 36-42, 172-82, 184, 197-98, 205, 214; Voegelin's memo on, to U.S. War Department, 332-33; Voegelin's possible return to, 546, 549, 576, 603, 618, 650-51; and World War II, 45, 46. See also University of Vienna; Vienna
Austrian Action, 44-45, 274,
    309-15
Austrian Committee for
    Coordinating International
    Studies, 27-28, 37, 153, 157, 164,
    170-71, 174, 200
"The Austrian Constitutional
    Reform of 1929" (Voegelin), 683,
    690
Austrian Ministry of Education,
    167
Austrian refugees: and Austrian
Action, 44-45, 274, 309-15; and Free Austrian National Council, 45, 46, 298, 299n2, 300-302, 305, 307-11; and Military Committee for the Liberation of Austria, 337-38; return of, to Austria after World War II, 504-5; Voegelin's assistance to, 256-60; Voegelin's avoidance of politics of, 42, 43, 44-46, 274, 292-93, 296-303, 305, 307-15, 337-38, 342-43
The Authoritarian State (Voegelin):
and Averroism, 368; and Baumgarten, 131, 132-33; and Brecht, 486-87; focus of, 26-27, 29, 158, 164; and Hartshorne, 254; and Merriam, 141; and political situation in Austria, 598-99; on pure theory of law, 291
Autobiographical Reflections
    (Voegelin), 588n3
Averroism, 160, 358-59, 361,
    368-70, 385

Baader, Franz von 539
Babeuf, François, 438
Babylonian civilization, 500
Bachofen, Johann Jakob, 395
Baeumler, Alfred, 15, 19, 114, 138
Baillou, Clemens De, 670
Bakunin, Mikhail, 434, 439, 440,
    454,455
"Bakunin's Confession" (Voegelin),
    625
Balance of power, 262, 630
Balthasar, Hans Urs von, 59-60,
    465, 572, 574, 575, 577, 603, 611,
    709
Barrett, Laura, 583-85
Barth, Karl, 577, 709
Baton Rouge. See Louisiana State
    University (LSU)
Bauer, Bruno, 252, 630
Baumgarten, Eduard: and Abraham
Lincoln Foundation, 78, 84; and American Studies, 95, 96-97, 100, 121-23, 126-27, 130-31, 140, 168; Arbeitsgemeinschaft (work group) of, 126, 127; and The Authoritarian State by Voegelin, 131, 132-33; and Berstel's "Messiah," 106-7; "Coriolanus" essay by, 132, 136; on Dewey, 77-78, 85-86, 88, 107, 108, 109, 126, 130-31, 168; and evil, 34; and false attribution of Jewishness to Voegelin, 168-69; and Festschrift for Kelsen, 85; on "Foreign Affairs Studies," 118; on Benjamin Franklin, 96-97, 127, 128, 134, 135-36, 139, 140; and French Revolution, 102; on Germany compared with America, 121-23; and Haecker's Vergil , 29, 95, 97-98; on Hegel, 105, 106; and Herrschaftslehre by Voegelin, 14, 82-83; on Kant, 88, 89; and National Socialism, 21, 34-35, 38; negative review of, 137-38, 139; personal affairs and career of, 86, 87-88, 95, 108, 128, 132, 136, 137-38, 140; and philosophical anthropology, 133; on philosophy and everyday experience, 97; and The Political Religions by Voegelin, 34-35, 168; and political situation in Austria, 118-20, 128; and "Popular Education, Science, and Politics" by Voegelin, 30-31; and Race and State by Voegelin, 14-15, 20, 93, 95, 98-99, 108, 109, 123-24; and religion, 29-30; and self-evaluation by Voegelin, 84; and Siéyès, 101-2; and Tamerlane, 33; Vienna lectures by, 93, 94-95, 101, 105-6; and Voegelin's early teaching career, 19, 36, 127-28, 129, 131, 136, 138, 139; and Voegelin's finances, 12, 78, 81-82, 86, 88, 90, 93, 98, 100, 109, 111-12, 120; and Voegelin's marriage, 93, 94, 95; Voegelin's praise for, 84, 111; and Voegelin's research in Paris and London, 124-25, 127; and Voegelin's search for academic position in America, 155; on Voegelin "turning religious," 29-30, 97-98, 105, 134; and Weber, 96-97, 103-4
Beard, Charles Austin, 411
Beatus possidens, 426-27
Beauharnais, Eugen, 113
Becker, Carl Heinrich, 108
Beckford, William, 135
Behavioralism, 74
Bell, Dean, 235
Bellum justum, 427
Benedictines, 429, 431n6
Benesch, Otto, 504, 630, 655, 666
Bennett, Walter, 508
Bennington College, 42, 216, 217,
    218, 223, 224, 227, 228, 246
Bentham, Jeremy, 452
Berdyaev, Nicholas, 404, 574, 575,
    611, 709
Bergson, Henri, 13, 24, 80, 86,
    446-47, 576, 611, 709
Berkeley (Wild), 574
Berle, Adolf A., 46, in, 300-303,
    309, 310
Berlin, 8, 19
Berliner Tageblatt , 134
Bermann-Fischer, Gottfried, 154
    180-81, 203, 206, 217-18, 227
Bermann-Fischer Publishing
    House, 154, 206, 217-18, 227
Bernatzik, Edmund, 291
Bernhard of Clairvaux, Saint, 359
    422
Berstel, Hans, 101, 106-7, 231,
    512-19
Bertolottis, 127
Bertram, Ernst, 415
Beseelung (spiritualization), 515
Bestand (existence), 685
Beza, Theodor, 616
"The Bias in American Political
    Science" (Lippincott), 246-47
Bible: higher criticism of, 705.
    See also New Testament; Old
    Testament
Bietek, 226-27
Bildungswissen (knowledge of
    culture), 342, 343n1, 659
Bilger, Margret, 670
Bios theoretikos , 339, 447, 487,
    488, 662, 708
Bismarck, Otto von, 263, 348, 349,
    630, 631
Blanqui, Auguste, 384
Blüher, Hans, 253, 349
Bodin, Jean: comprehensive
approach of, 13, 53; on Elia, 579; Gierke on, 372; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 160, 265, 357, 456, 587; on multiplicity of national civilizations, 466; Oriental elements in, 277; on prince as vassal of God, 86-87; and religion, 29-32, 86-87, 134; sources of, 125; Theaetrum Naturae by, 441; Voegelin's research on, 29-30, 57, 134, 148, 150, 164, 307, 357-58
Bodin (Garosci), 574
Body idea, 157, 444, 445
Boehme, Jacob, 226, 356, 377
Der Bolschewismus (Gurian), 471
Bolshevism, 471
Bone, Hugh A., 600
Boniface VIII, Pope, 623
Bonnet, Henri, 170-71
Book of the Governor (Elyot), 83
Borchard, Edwin M., 157, 165,
    192-93
Borgia, 596
Bossuet, Jacques-Bénigne, 428
Bourget, Paul, 500
Bradsher, Earl L., 593
Brahe, Tycho de, 346, 438
Brecht, Arnold, 486-92, 492n3
Brenner, Baron, 177
Britain. See England
Broch, Hermann, 425-27, 435-36,
    540-42
Brockhausen, Carl, 481, 482-83
Brookings Institute, 597, 620, 622
Brooks, Cleanth, 548-50, 557-58,
    563, 564, 568, 595
The Brothers Karamazov
    (Dostoevsky), 623, 624
Brüning, Heinrich: on Bismarck
constitution, 263; and clericalism, 505; and "Clericalism" by Voegelin, 493; at Harvard University, 186-87, 194, 206; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 412-13; possible lecture by, at Louisiana State University, 476-77; on Prussia, 186-87; on recognition of German government (1939), 238; and Voegelin's research on Mongols, 247
Brunner, Otto, 410, 455, 654
Bruno, Giordano, 438, 440
Brunstäd, Friedrich, 432-33
Buell, Raymond S., 200
Burckhardt, Jacob, 419, 433
Burdach, Konrad, 567
Bureaucracy, 254
Burke, Edmund, 438
Butler, Rohan D'O, 325
Butler, Samuel, 404
Bykow, K., 441n4
Byzantine Empire, 359-60, 362,
    615

Cairns, Huntington, 338
Calvin, John, 272, 283-85, 286n1,
    304-5, 615-17
Calvinism, 86, 616
Caritas , 122
Carlyle, Thomas, 404, 416
Carnegie Endowment, 39, 143-45,
    146, 147, 152, 183, 356
Carr, E. H., 47, 309, 336-37
Cartesian Meditations (Husserl),
    443
Carus, Carl Gustav, 344, 353
Cassirer, Ernst, 90, 288, 587, 618,
    659
Castruccio, 596, 638
Cathars, 356
Catholicism: in Austria, 24, 333;
Bodin and pre-Reformation Catholicism, 30, 134; and civilizational contraction, 400- 401; and clericalism, 505-7, 702- 10; and Counter-Reformation, 400; and democracy, 547-48; of Engel-Janosi, 63, 543, 560; in England, 635; in France, 104; in Germany, 329, 330, 635; and grace, 283; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 342- 44; and industrial society, 705-6; in Italy, 635; and naturalistic elements of Christian doctrines, 423; political associations of, 706-10; and Scheler, 329; and separation of church and state, 506-7; and Tertiary Order, 566-67. See also Christianity; and specific theologians
Catholic University, 404
Catlin, G. E., 240
Chain of being, 354
Chambers, R. W., 582
Character types, 649, 658-62
Charisma, 382, 615
Charlemagne, 127, 128n2, 280
Charron, Pierre, 438
"Chateaubriand" (Engel-Janosi),
    540, 559-60
Chennault, Claire Lee, 448
Childhood, 444
China, 225, 364, 369, 430, 501-2,
    511, 642, 652
China Quarterly , 149
"Choice and Decision" (Schütz),
    437
Christianity: anthropology
of, compared with Hellenic anthropology, 340; and brotherhood and equality, 161; and civilizational complexes, 422-23; and community, 17; and corpus mysticum , 159, 283; dissolution of Christian unity, 160-61; in Germany, 328-30, 331; Hallowell's Christian perspective on politics, 653; and justification by faith, 343-44; and kingdom of God, 272; and meditation, 374-76; and Messiah, 253; in Middle Ages, 29, 105, 220, 423-24; and predestination, 282-86, 286m, 304-5; Spinoza on, 619; and Weltanschauung, 23, 28, 32, 134. See also Catholicism; Protestantism; and specific theologians
Christian Science Monitor , 192
Churchill, Winston, 240, 260,
    631-32
Cicero, 225, 264, 345
"Cimetière Marin" (Valéry), 619
Clague, Ewan, 407, 407n2, 452
Clark, Lucy, 550
Clarke, Samuel, 608, 617, 627-28
Clausewitz, Carl von, 456
"Clericalism" (Voegelin), 493,
    505-7, 702-10
The Cloud of Unknowing , 375
Cogitata , 377
Cogitationes , 377
Cogito ergo sum , 587
Cognitio fidei , 502
Cohen, Hermann, 288
Coker, Francis, 464-65, 656
Cole, Kenneth C., 593
Cole, Taylor: and The
Authoritarian State by Voegelin, 598-99; "Corporative Organization of the Third Reich" by, 261; and Easton's article on Lasswell, 666-67; and Johns Hopkins job possibility, 612, 663; and Journal of Politics , 590-91, 609, 666-67; and McClosky, 598; and "The Origins of Scientism" by Voegelin, 600; on Schmitt, 261-62; and Adam Smith, 261; and Voegelin's memo on Germany and Austria to U.S. War Department, 332-33, 333n1
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 621
Collective ethics, 219-20
Columbia University, 9, 153,
    156-57, 162-63, 190, 200
Commons, John R., 9, 97, 116, 157,
    163, 169
Communism: and academic
freedom, 599; in America, 582; and catastrophic phase of Western society, 613; in Central and Western Europe, 575, 630; compared with National Socialism, 471; and Fichte, 384; in Germany, 277, 330; Gurian on, 471; and history, 371; and industrial society, 706; and intra-mundane collectivity, 369; Communist Manifesto , 591; papal encyclical against, 708; in Russia, 634; and Third Realm, 421; and working class, 567. See also Marx, Karl; Russia Communist Manifesto (Marx and Engels), 591
Communitas Christiana , 466
Community: Christian idea of, 17;
and Gierke's Realperson, 372; lack of, in Germany, 17, 22, 121-23; and life-form ( Haltung ) of nation, 122
Comparative government, 333-37,
    612
Comte, Auguste, 160, 161, 451,
    535, 540, 548, 627, 707
Concupiscentia , 423
Conditions of Peace (Carr), 336-37
Condorcet, Marquis de, 495
Confessions (Augustine), 354
Congress of Vienna, 262
Consciousness: and contemplation,
57; Husserl and stream of consciousness, 448; and myth, 61; and symbols, 56-57; and Voegelin's anamnetic experiments, 2, 48, 56, 399-400, 480. See also Unconscious Consilia , 423, 424
Constantine, 359
"Constitutionality of the 18th
    Amendment to the United States
    Constitution" (Voegelin), 679,
    683, 689
Constitutions: of America, 435-36,
663, 665, 679, 683, 684, 687-89; of Austria, 24-25, 124, 129, 312-13, 683, 690; of Germany, 263; of Russia, 105
Contemplation, 30-32, 44, 47,
    53-55,57,63-64,397,407-8
Contemptus mundi , 359, 375, 376,
    407, 408, 447
Conversations (Ranke), 39
Cook, Katie, 592-93
Cook, Thomas I., 592, 593, 599,
    663, 668
Cook, Walter Wheeler, 157, 163
Cooper, Barry, 3n4, 8n6, 45
Copernicus, 441
Corbett, P. E., 547-48, 550-51, 557,
    564, 568, 570
Corbin, A. L., 157, 163
"Corialanus" (Baumgarten), 132,
    136
Coriolanus (Shakespeare), 464
Cornford, Francis M., 574
Corona , 204, 250
"Corporative Organization of the
    Third Reich" (Cole), 261
Corpus mysticum , 159
Corradini, Enrico, 385
Cosmion, 52-53, 447
Council of Learned Societies, 665,
    666
Council of Trent, 401
Counter-Reformation, 400
Courth-Mahler, 349
Credo ut intelligam , 502, 517
Crimean War, 467
The Crisis of European Sciences
    (Husserl), 55, 57-58, 363-80,
    617-68
"The Crisis" (Voegelin), 578
Critias (Plato), 62, 495, 496, 504
Critique of Judgment (Kant), 89
Critique of Pure Reason (Kant), 89
Cromwell, Oliver, 563
Cross, Samuel Hazzard, 184, 190,
    192, 194, 196, 200
"Cycle Theory and Disintegration"
    (Voegelin), 480
Czechoslovakia, 213, 238, 342
Czernin, Count Ferdinand, 44, 45,
    292-93, 298, 311-15

Dahl, Robert A., 591
D'Alembert, Jean Le Rond, 495
Dante Alighieri, 158, 191, 352, 385,
    422, 596, 623
Darlan incident, 342-43
Darwinism, 439, 440
Daseinsverfassung (constitution of
    existence), 83
Daspit, Alex. B., 411
D'Aurevilly, Barbey, 135
Daville, Louis, 428, 429-30
Davis, Malcolm, 39, 143-45, 146,
    147, 183
Dawson, Christopher, 635
De Anima (Aristotle), 368
Debellatio (end of a state due to
    military defeat), 629
Declaration of the Rights of Man
    and Citizen, 684-85, 689
Decline of the West (Spengler),
    499-500, 717
Degenfeld, Count, 45, 170, 337-38,
    342
Deibler, F. S., 234-35
De la Cruz, San Juan, 413, 709
Deliberation, doctrine of, 86
"Democracies of Western and
    Northern Europe" (Voegelin),
    104
Democracy: in America, 21-22,
126-27, 131, 435-36, 490; and Austria, 332; Brecht on, 486-87; Broch on, 435-36; and Catholicism, 547-48; and Europe, 18; and Germany, 21, 330, 436; Hallowell on, 653; pathos of, 260; philosophy of, 490; theory of, 643; and universal suffrage, 436; Voegelin's course on crisis of, 334
"Democracy—A challenge to the
    Theory" (Brecht), 486-87
Demonic, 34, 460, 524, 533-34
Demonic historiography, 55,
    372-73
Demonstratio , 376
Dempf, Alois: carelessness of,
about historical references, 565-66; Catholicism of, 575; and development of new political science, 576, 611; in Germany, 645-46; and Heer's Aufgang des Abendlandes , 665, 666; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 356, 400, 465, 646, 654, 664; and justification by faith, 343; and "The Origins of Scientism" by Voegelin, 654, 664; Philosophical Anthropology by, 646; Sacrum Imperium by, 127, 342, 352, 360, 565-66, 574, 576, 646, 654, 664; Selbstkritik der Philosophie by, 565-66, 576, 646; and Siger de Brabant, 359; Voegelin's interest in communicating with, 572, 603, 654; on William of Ockham, 400
De Nova et nullius aevi prius visa
    Stella (Brahe), 346
De revolutionibus (Copernicus),
    441
Derleth, Ludwig, 94
Descartes, René: in Herrschaft-
slehre by Voegelin, 82; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 438; and Husserl, 365, 371, 374-78, 396, 397, 443; Lovejoy on, 346; and meditation, 56, 82, 354, 443; mystical speculation of, 168; Sebba on, 670; and transcendental subjectivity, 363; Vico compared with, 587
The Destiny of Man (Berdyaev),
    404, 574
Deutero-Isaiah, 317
Das deutsche Genossenschaft-
    srecht (Gierke), 372
Deutsches Rechts- und
    Wirtschaftsarchiv,
13, 98
Deutsche Staatsidee in der Klassik
    (Voegelin), 110, 111n4
Deutsche Vierteljahresschrift
    für Literaturwissenschaft und
    Geistesgeschichte,
10
Deutschtum (Germanness), 206,
    227
Les deux sources de la morale et de
    la religion
(Bergson), 576, 709
Devil, 34, 135, 272, 623, 624, 669.
    See also Evil
Dewey, John: Baumgarten on,
77-78, 85-86, 88, 107, 108, 109, 126, 130-31, 168; in Geisteswissenschaftliche Staatslehre by Voegelin, 13; and Heidegger, 78, 80, 85; and Rothacker, 72; Voegelin's study with, 9, 157, 163; and Weber, 86; and Wiese, 74
Dewey, Thomas E., 582
De Wulf, Maurice, 358
    "Dickinson's Theory of Sovereignty
    and the Pure Theory of Law,"
    683-84, 688-89
Dictatorships, 18, 23
Diels, Hermann 94
Dies Committee, 426
Diesseits (this-sidedness), 377
Dietrich, Bruno, 170-71
Diettrich, Ottmar, 410
Dike (right ordering of the soul),
    339
Dilthey, Wilhelm, 11, 350, 569
Discourse on Servitude (La Boetie)
    83
The Discovery of the Spirit (Snell),
    647-48
"Dismal" (Spitzer), 345
Disraeli, Benjamin, 113
Ditchburn, Katheryn, 581
Divino Affalante Spiritu , 705
Doctrine of the return, 417-18, 421
Doktor Faustus (Mann), 609-10,
    618, 622-24, 635, 647
Dollfuss, Engelbert, 25-26, 35,
    194n3
Dominican Order, 356
Donoso Cortes, Juan, 385
Don Quixote (Cervantes), 120
Dopsch, Alfons Professor, 170, 171
Dostoevsky, Fyodor, 83, 133, 385,
    461, 623, 624
Drame d l'Humanisme Athée
    (Lubac), 574
Dreams, 448
Dreck (filth), 651
Die Dritte Imperiale Figur
    (Niekisch), 254
Driver, Cecil, 464, 558, 563, 566,
    568
Duentzer, Johann Heinrich, 670
Due process of law, 684, 687-88
Duguit, Léon, 74, 384
Duhem, Pierre, 358
Duke University, 261
Dulles, Eleanor Lansing, 452-53
Dulles, John Foster, 582
Dunning, William A., 48, 372, 403,
Dürer, Albrecht, 407
Durkheim, Emile, 74, 295, 384
Dvornik, Father, 615
Dynamis , 315-16

Easton, David, 666-67
Echt (authentic), 98
Eckhart, Meister, 226, 415, 416,
    423, 541-42, 566
Economy and Society (Weber), 382
Edman, Irwin, 157, 163
Ego, 377-78 Egocogitans, 377
Egotism in German Philosophy
    (Santayana), 252
Eichendorff, Josef von, 348
Elia del Medigo, 579
Eliot, T. S., 386, 635
Elliott, William Y.: and curriculum
for public service, 319-22; and Harvard job possibility for Voegelin (1947), 477-78, 493, 495, 496; and Harvard research grant and job offer for Voegelin (1938), 40, 41, 179; health problems of, 196; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 478, 495, 496, 667-68; and Johns Hopkins job possibility for Voegelin (1949), 668; and McGovern, 232; and Political Religions by Voegelin, 190; and Possony, 258-59; as reference for Voegelin, 200; and Voegelin's emigration to America, 181-82; and Voegelin's Guggenheim grant application, 656, 657, 667; Voegelin's work in collaboration with, 155-56, 194, 206; "Western Heritage" by, 657-58
Elyot, Sir Thomas, 83
Emberley, Peter, 3n4
Embry, Charles R., 3n4
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 104, 105,
    118, 168
The Emperor Jones (O'Neill), 236
Encyclopaedia Britannica, 453-54
Endstiftung (final establishment),
    365, 366, 387
Engel-Janosi, Friedrich: and
American Political Science Association meeting in Chicago (1949), 597; and Austrian refugee politics, 45, 47, 297, 308-9; Catholicism of, 63, 543, 560; "Chateaubriand" by, 540, 559-60; and "Clericalism" by Voegelin, 505-7; and Comte, 451; on Congress of Vienna, 262; on contemplation-meditation, 407-8; on Crimean War, 467; emigration of, to America, 176, 177-78, 209-10, 229-30, 245; historians of the Enlightenment article by, 353-54, 355, 357, 402; finances of, 176, 230; The Growth of German Historicism by, 404, 432-33, 455; on Hegel, 59; "History and International Understanding" by, 585-86; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 49, 59, 63, 315-17, 327, 343-44, 354-56, 400-401, 456, 535, 540, 566-67, 579, 606, 614-16, 620, 655, 666; and Lord Acton, 596-97; and Lovejoy, 354; and Luther, 606; and Machiavelli, 586, 595-96; on Marx, 59; and Meyer, 597-98; and Mindszenti case, 607; and Mongol Orders of Submission article by Voegelin, 327; and "Nietzsche and Pascal" by Voegelin, 404; on "Oriental Question," 539-40; personal affairs and career of, 276, 403, 406-7, 465-66, 477, 505, 565, 586, 620, 655; and Pius IX, 665- 66; and "Plato's Egyptian Myth" by Voegelin, 511; and Rockefeller Foundation, 176, 178, 229; and Schelling, 451-52; and shipping to Austria in postwar period, 466; and Spitzer, 345; and suggested talk by Voegelin, 403-4; and Swisher, 663, 665; on Toynbee, 668, 669; travel to Vienna by, 586, 606, 614, 654, 655; and The Turn of the Screw by James, 535-36; on Vatican, 668-69; and Vienna in 1946, 454-55; and Vitoria, 466-67; and Voegelin's academic career, 326-27, 356-57, 450-51, 560, 566, 606, 665, 666; and Voegelin's Guggenheim grant application, 656, 666; and Voegelin's home in Baton Rouge, 536; in Voegelin's intellectual circle, 63-64; on William of Ockham, 400
Engels, Friedrich, 591
England: anti-ecclesiastical
legislation in, 507; Catholic and Anglican renewal in, 635; economy of, in postwar period, 634; and ideal of gentlemen, 121; national community in, 349, 466; population of, 631; rearmament of, 141; Voegelin's research in London, 13, 124, 127, 190, 200; and World War II, 245, 307
English Utilitarianism, 404
Enlightenment, 353-54, 355, 357,
    402, 440, 517, 544, 634
Enneads (Plotinus), 354
Episteme, 376
Epistemology, 380, 440
Epodic poetry, 660-61
Erasmus, 582
Erdwandel (Brockhausen), 482
Eschatology, 59, 359, 423, 438, 495,
    504
Essay on Liberty (Mill), 490
The Essence of Human Freedom
    (Schelling), 451
Eubank, Earle E., 12, 12n15, 13
    195, 199-201, 208, 216-17
Eucharist, 614-15
Eudaimonia, 659
Eumenides (Aeschylus), 659
"European Dictators" (Voegelin)
    104-5
European economy, 633-34
"European Recovery Program"
    (Haberler), 604
European spiritual decline, 634
Evangelium Aeternum , 371
Evil, 34, 35, 83, 223, 521-25, 6:
    660. See also Devil
Evocation, 51, 54, 58, 61, 439
Evola, Julius 127
Experience, 97

Faith, Reason and Society (Laski)
    490
Farber, Marvin, 379-80, 437, 440
Fascism and Nation (Bertolottis)
    127
Faulkner, William, 581
Feibleman, James K., 499-501
Fessard, 638
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 24, 160
    232, 252, 384, 391, 438, 452
Fideism, 344
Fides (myth-forming conscious-
    ness), 502
Fides cantate formata , 423
Finer, Herman, 590, 596-97
Finnegan's Wake (Joyce), 236
First Discourse (Rousseau), 560-61
Fischer, H. H., 408-9
Fisher, Cardinal, 607
Flaubert, Gustave, 500
Fleck, Christian, l0n10
Fleischer, George, 259-60, 276
"Folkish" problematic, 224-2;
"Foreign Affairs Studies"
    (Baumgarten), C8
Forms of Modern Fiction, 581
Forschungsbericht über die
    Rassentheorie
(Research Report
    on Race Theory) (Voegelin), 19,
    20
The Foundation of Phenomenology
    (Farber), 379-80
Four Quartets (Eliot), 386
Foxwell. See Albright
France: Catholicism in, 104;
civilizational collapse of, 514; and Declaration of the Rights of Man and Citizen, 684-85, 689; economy of, in postwar period, 634; Grynszpan's murder of German diplomat in Paris, 35, 219, 220, 221; Gurwitsch in, 644; national community in, 349; as nation-state, 23; population of, 631; in postwar period, 632, 634; suggested political science texts on, 384; Voegelins in Paris before emigration to America, 41, 184, 205; Voegelin's research in Paris, 9, 13, 26, 29-30, 33, 79, 124-25, 127, 153, 163, 190, 200; and World War II, 631-32. See also French Revolution
Franciscans, 542
Francis of Assisi, Saint, 353, 360,
    361
Frankfurter Newspaper ( Frankfurter Zeitung ), 72
Frankischer Koran (Derleth), 94
Franklin, Benjamin, 96-97, 100,
    127, 128, 134, 135-36, 139, 140
Frederick II (Holy Roman Empire)
    353
Frederick II (of Prussia), 113, 187, 631
Free Austrian National Council,
    45, 46, 298, 299n2, 300-302, 305,
    307-11
Free Masons, 540
French Revolution, 83, 102, 631.
    See also France
Freud, Sigmund, 161, 667
Friedrich III, 606
Fröbel, Julius, 539-40
Frobenius, Leo, 120
Frodl, Ferdinand, 401
Fröhlich, Georg, 166, 276
From Hegel to Nietzsche (Löwith),
    350, 354, 418, 605
Frontier, 121-22
Fruitio Dei, 135
Fürth, Dr., 276
Fueter, Eduard, 429
Fürth, Josef Herbert, 276, 450

Galileo, 363, 396, 587
Garosci, A., 574, 575
Gebhardt, Jürgen, 8n6, 26n65,
    48n137, 51n149
Geist (spirit), 104, 396
Geistesperioden (periods of the
    spirit), 646
Geisteswissenschaft (Human
    Studies), 9-10, 206-7, 224
Geisteswissenschaftliche
    Staatslehre
(Voegelin), 11,
    13-14
Geistige Situation der Zeit
    (Jaspers), 574
Geistkreis , 6, 407
Gemeinwesen, 130
Genghis Khan, 152, 158, 184, 190
    200, 247, 248, 422. See also
    Mongols
Geopolitik (Mattern), 355
George, Stefan, 74, 252, 349, 384
    415, 420
The German Idea of the State in
    the German Classical Period

    (Voegelin),110, 111n4
Germany: anti-Semitism in
general, 251-52; Army in, 330-31; and Bismarck, 263, 630, 631; Catholicism in, 329 330, 635; characteristics of public life in, 22; Christianity in, 328-30, 331, 635; churches in, 331; conditions in, during 1946, 455; and democracy, 330; 436; economic isolation of, 141; hatred against Germans 425-26; historical perspectives on, 630-35; and Hitler's politics of expansion, 630-32; inter-group conflicts in, 328-32; Junkers in, 348; lack of political unity and community in, 17, 22, 121-23, 206-7; Lutheranism in, 348, 350-51; Marxism in 330; methodology of historical and social sciences in, 288-91; Parsons on democracy and social structure in pre-Nazi Germany, 347-51; and philosophy of the person versus philosophy of political man, 17; and political union with Austria, 25, 37, 313; population of, 631; postwar period in, 629-30, 632-33, 655; and race idea, 15, 20-21, 23; and Reichsvolk (imperial people), 23; social and economic groupings in, 331-32; suggested political science texts on, 384; totalitarian climate of, 697-98; Voegelin's early interest in academic opportunities in, 19, 20, 111, 120; Voegelin's memo on, to U.S. War Department, 328-33; Volk of, 349, 369; and World War I, 631; and World War II, 411-13. See also National Socialism
Geschichte der Rassenidee
    (Voegelin), 19
Geschichte des Altertums (Meyer),
    500, 597
Gesinnungsethik (ethics of
    conviction), 102-3
Gesselschaftslehre (Frodl), 401
Gestapo: in Austria generally,
    698-99; and Engel-Janosi, 180;
    and Klinghoffer, 256; and Spann,
    587, 588n3; and Voegelin, 6, 41,
    177, 181, 192, 194, 195, 205,
    409, 545, 636. See also National
    Socialism
Gibbon, Edward, 279
Giddings, Franklin Henry, 9
Giellet (Gillet, Fr. Lev,), 30, 134
Gierke, Otto von, 356, 372-73, 411
Gieseking affair, 633
Gilson, Etienne, 358, 359, 360
Gleichschaltung, 19, 37, 38
Gneisenau, August, 120
Gnosticism, 59-60, 60n170, 62,
    708
God: Bodin on prince as vassal of,
86-87; and coaeternum, 285; and creation of comet, 346; Mann on, 623; proofs of, 374, 376-77; symbolism of, in James's Turn of the Screw, 520-21; Toynbee on, 669
Godwin, 438
Goebbles, Joseph, 220
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 354
    398, 418, 463-64, 670
Goethe (Carus), 344, 353
"Goethe and the Mathematical
    Natural Sciences" (Cassirer), 618
Goodenough, Erwin R., 279, 574
Goodness, 561
Gorgias (Plato), 623, 638, 639, 660
Goring, Hermann, 220
Gospels. See New Testament
Gouhier, Henri, 574, 575, 577
Governments of Continental
    Europe
(Shotwell), 335-37, 411
Grace, 283-84, 404
Grammar of Politics (Laski), 74
The Grand Inquisitor (Dostoevsky),
    133
Granet, Marcel, 501-2
The Grapes of Wrath (Steinbeck),
    236
Great Britain. See England
The Great Chain of Being (Lovejoy),
    354, 574
Great Powers (Ranke), 398
Greeff, Etienne de, 156, 465
Greeks. See Aristotle; Plato; Polis
Gregory, 120
Grenzerfahrungen (border
    experiences), 56
Grey, Earl, 334
Grillparzer, Franz, 635
Gröger, Dr., 275
Grönbech, Vilem, 227
Gross, Leo, 171-73, 174
The Growth of German Historicism (Engel-Janosi),
    404, 432-33, 455
"Growth of the Race Idea"
    (Voegelin), 241, 243
Die Grundbegriffe der Staatslehre
    und des österreichischen
    Staatsrechts
(Voegelin), 16,
    112-13, 692-96
Grünwald, Ernst, 431
Grynszpan, Herschel, 35, 219, 220,
    221
Guardini, Romano, 709
Guggenheim Foundation, 259-60,
    571-77, 603, 650, 655, 656, 657,
    666, 667
Guignebert, Charles, 316-17
    Gundolf, Friedrich, 162
Gurian, Waldemar: Bolshevism
by, 471; and "Clericalism" by Voegelin, 506; and French philosophers, 256; and "Growth of the Race Idea" by Voegelin, 241, 243; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 318, 600, 623, 637-40; and Nietzsche article by Voegelin, 405; at party in Chicago, 592; and "The People of God" by Voegelin, 265; and publication of sections from The History of Politics in Review of Politics, 637-40; and Review of Politics, 193, 241, 243, 265, 318, 351, 353, 361-62, 405, 470-71, 506, 637-40; and Siger de Brabant article by Voegelin, 351, 353, 361, on Toynbee's Study of History , 361-62; and Voegelin's dismissal from University of Vienna, 193-94; and Voegelin's interest in traveling to Europe, 640; and Voegelin's review of Schuman's Soviet Politics, 470-71; and Voegelin's teaching and writing, 194
Gurke, Norbert, 20-21, 123-24
Gurwitsch, Aaron, 437, 536-38,
    579, 616-18, 625-26, 644-45,
    656-57
Guttenbrunner, Siegfried, 647-48

Haberler, Gottfried von: "European
Recovery Program" by, 604; and Harvard job offer for Voegelin, 172, 173-74, 179, 182; Harvard position for, 276; and Hayek reprint, 649; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 603; and housing for Voegelins in Cambridge during summer (1949), 625, 626-27; and Mongols article by Voegelin, 323-24; and "The Origins of Scientism" by Voegelin, 617, 627-28; and Voegelin's possible return to University of Vienna, 603; and Voegelin's search for employment in America, 39-40, 147-49, 155-62, 165
Habsburg, Felix of, 332
Habsburg, Archduke Otto von, 45,
    46, 297, 342
Haecker, Theodor, 29, 95, 97-98
Halifax, Lord, 328-29
Hall, Warner F., 256-57
Hallowell, John H., 652-53
Hamburger, Marianne, 494-95
Hamrell, Sven, 607-8
Hankins, F. H., 129-30
Hantsch, Hugo, 36, 193
Harris, Robert: and Engel-Janosi's
"Enlightened Historians" article, 353-54, 355, 357; and faculty at LSU, 411; and hiring of Voegelin by LSU, 42; and possible job offer for Voegelin from Johns Hopkins, 638; and possible job offer for Voegelin from Yale University, 563; and job offers for Voegelin from University of Alabama, 471-74, 508, 509-10; and sabbatical leave for Voegelin, 509-10; and "Schelling" by Voegelin, 434; and Sebba's interest in LSU position, 538-39; and Voegelin's courses, 411; and Voegelin's possible leave of absence from LSU (1947), 478; and Voegelin's salary, 411-12, 434, 472, 509, 6oo; and World War II, 434-35
Hartl, Klara, 211, 233-34, 636-37
Hartshorne, Edward Yarnall, 254,
    325, 326n2
Harvard University: description
of, 184-87; Voegelin as research assistant and instructor at, 40, 41, 169, 172, 173, 177, 179, 190, 194, 196, 200, 205, 214, 217, 218, 224, 641; Voegelin's interest in position of visiting lecturer at, 472-73; and Voegelin's interest in teaching at (194?), 477-78, 493, 495, 496; and Voegelin's search for employment in America, 39-40, 147-49, 155-62, 165, 190; Voegelin's study at, on Rockefeller grant, 9, 148-49, 153, 162-63, 200; Voegelin's teaching of summer school (1949) at, 602, 603, 605, 606, 618, 625-26, 646, 647, 648, 650
Haskins, 186
Hatcher, W. B., 407, 468, 474, 509
Hatred, 425-26
Hatton, Professor, 228
Hauriou, Maurice, 311, 382
Havard, William C., 534-35,
    591-92
Havighurst, Mr., 571, 603
Hayek, Friedrich von, 39, 153-54,
    175-77, 497, 535, 566, 649
Heberle, Rudolf 357
Heer, Friedrich, 665, 666
Hegel, G. W. F.: Baumgarten on,
105, 106; dialectic of, 681; different editions of, 432; Engel- Janosi on, 59; and epistemology, 380; Fessard on, 638; German philosophers after, 365; on great, historical personality, 585; Hallowell on, 653; on history, 608; History of Philosophy by, 377; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 280, 438, 439; and Lutheranism, 350; and natural law, 452; Voegelin's seminar on, 108
Heidegger, Martin: and Berstel's
"Messiah," 106; and Christian tradition, 329; and Dewey, 78, 80, 85; existential philosophy of, 25 5; and Kant, 88, 90; phenomenology of, 78; and Voegelin's interest in Staatslehre , 13, 80
Heidelberg, 8
Heilman, Robert: and American
Political Science Association meeting in Chicago (1949), 592-93; and Bradsher at LSU, 593-94; and Brooks, 595; and Coleridge's "Kubla Kahn," 621; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 6oo; and international politics, 563; and King Lear by Shakespeare, 457-64, 567, 580-81; leaving LSU by, 550; and Mann's Doktor Faustus , 622-23; and "The Origins of Scientism" by Voegelin, 6oo; and The Turn of the Screw by James, 519-36, 544, 581; and University of Washington, 599-600; in Voegelin's intellectual circle, 64; and Voegelin's job offer from Yale University, 562-63, 568-69; and Voegelin's sabbatical leave, 621-23
Heilswissen (knowledge of
    salvation), 342, 343n51, 659
Heimwehr , 690
Hellenistic Kingship (Goodenough),
    574
Helvetius, Claude-Adrien, 623
Hemingway, Ernest, 581
Henry Holt and Company, 652-53
Henry VIII, King of England, 607
Herbert of Cherbury, 438, 456
Herder, Johann Gottfried von, 96,
    99,110, 395, 438
Hermeneutics, 15, 17, 43, 48,
    51-53, 138
Herrschaftslehre (theory of
    governance), 13-17, 29, 80-83
Herrschaftslehre, Anhang: Staat-
    slehre als Geisteswissenschaft

    (Voegelin), 13-17, 13n20, 80-83,
    91-92, 113-14
Herrschaftsverband (political unit
    of government), 685
Herrschaftswissen (knowledge of
    control), 343n1, 658-59
Hesiod, 657, 662, 668
Hierarchy, 86-87, 159, 385
Hiero (Xenophon), 596
Highsaw, Robert B., 411
Hildebrandt, Kurt, 503
Hincmar of Reims, 615
Historicity of truth, 60-61
History: Hegel on, 608; Husserl on,
55, 364-74, 388-91, 398-99; Kant on, 369-71; telos of, 365-70, 372, 374, 378; and theory, 244-45; Toynbee on, 361-62, 421, 490, 574. See also specific historians
"History and International
    Understanding" (Engel-Janosi),
    585-86
A History of Marginal Utility
    Theory (Kauder), 502n1
History of Philosophy (Hegel), 377
History of Political Ideas
(Voegelin): as analysis of sentiments, 351-52; on Aristotle, 464, 555, 645, 647, 649, 655, 656-57, 666; as college textbook, 48-50, 402-3, 556; completion of, as Voegelin's priority, 474-75, 478, 485, 540, 546, 569-70, 587, 591, 606; consequences of point of view of, 554-55, 715-16; and contemplation, 53, 53-54; correspondence with editors and publishers on, 48-50, 58-59, 242-43, 265-69, 278-82, 322-23, 402-3, 449-50; and cosmion, 52, 447; definition of political ideas in, 50-51; delays in writing of, 241-43, 246, 275, 280, 323, 584-85, 589-90, 605, 620, 622; and Dempf, 356, 400, 465, 646, 654, 664; and Elliott, 478, 495, 496, 667-68; and Engel-Janosi, 49, 59, 63, 315-17, 327, 343-44, 354-56, 357, 400-401, 456, 535, 540, 566-67, 579, 606, 614-16, 620, 655, 666; and evocation, 51, 54, 58, 61, 439; genesis of, 48-50; and Gurian, 318, 600, 623, 637-38; and Heilman, 600; as hermeneutical reconstruction of Western civilizational process, 43, 48, 51-53; and historicity of truth, 60-61; introduction to, 2, 447; and Kendall, 558-59, 570; and Lehrl, 545-46; length of, 49-50, 280-82, 402, 406, 419, 572, 587, 589; and Macmillan Company, 50, 403, 406, 408, 412-14, 419, 449-50, 483, 551-56, 626, 639-40, 711-20; and McGraw-Hill, 47, 49-50, 206, 208, 224, 232, 402-3; methodological question of, 416; on Middle Ages, 325-26, 342, 343, 352-53, 356, 408, 437-38, 555, 566-67, 646, 654, 664; and Mintz, 53-54, 237, 238, 243-45, 260-61, 264, 271-72, 277, 286-87, 327, 495, 511-12; and Morstein Marx, 242-43, 265-69, 278-82; number of volumes for, 626, 637, 641; organization of, 551-52; and Parsons, 241, 242, 269-70, 273, 305, 325-26, 342, 406; on "People of God," 49, 265, 266-67, 279, 284, 287, 316, 566-67, 623; on Plato, 495, 496, 498, 503-4, 507, 511-12, 555, 558-59, 565, 611, 655; point of view of, 554, 713-14; on political theory, 2; publishing schedule for, 449-50, 626, 632, 641, 647; purpose of, 573-74, 589, 714; reactions to, by leftist intelligentsia, 468; readers' reports on, 464-65, 551-56, 711-20; research grant from Social Science Research Council for, 583-85; sales of, 555-57, 716-17; scholarly quality of, 554, 713; and Schütz, 53, 58, 235, 237, 238, 351-53, 437-41, 543-44, 657; and Strauss, 340- 41; style of, 552-54, 712-13; table of contents of, 265-69, 280-82, 327, 438, 584, 625, 700-701; and theory, 244-45; and totalitarianism, 58; Voegelin's problems with, 59, 278-80, 307, 589-90, 606; writing of early versions of, 5
History of Political Philosophy
    (Cook), 593
History of Political Theory
    (Sabine), 411
History of the Ancient World
    (Meyer), 500, 597
The History of the Race Idea
(Voegelin), 15, 19,110, 112, 116-17, 120, 157-58, 164 Hitler, Adolf: as essential component of Enlightenment, 440; German nature of, 226; and German Volk, 369; millennium of, 371; and Nationalism Socialism in Austria, 37; and politics of expansion, 630-32; and race theory, 15; rise to power of, 8, 18-19; on true democracy, 21, 436; and will to break out of decadence, 420; and World War II, 412. See also National Socialism
Hitler Youth, 640-41
Hobbes, Thomas, 307, 518, 582,
    608, 660, 661, 708
Hofmannsthal, Hugo von, 542
Holcombe, Arthur N., 41, 157, 163,
    179, 182, 196, 505-6
Hölderlin, Friedrich, 76, 440
Hollnsteiner, Johannes, 193
Hollweck, Thomas, 3n4, 7, 48n137,
    65
Holy Ghost, 421
"Homecomer" (Schütz), 430-31
Homer, 541
Homo Ludens (Huizinga), 574
Homonoia, 659
Homunculus, 495, 510-11
Hönigswald, Henry, 495, 510-11
Hook, Sidney, 605
Hoover Institution Archives, 3, 6
Hoover Library, Stanford
    University, 408-9
Horizon, 485, 497
"How to Study Spinoza's
    Theologico-Political Treatise "
    (Strauss), 619
Huizinga, Jan, 574, 575, 709
Hull, Cordell, 299
Human beings: and body idea,
    157, 444, 445; and Gierke's
    Realperson, 372, 416; Husserl on,
    364, 369; of Middle Ages, 369.
    See also Individual
Humanism, 623, 624, 631, 647, 648
Humanitätsbriefen (Herder), 96
Humbert, Cardinal, 360
Humboldt, Alexander von, 348
Humboldt, Wilhelm von, 63, 348,
    438
Hume, David, 140, 231, 438
Husserl, Edmund: and anamnesis,
388, 399-400; and Baumgarten, 78; and contemplation, 397; The Crisis of European Sciences by, 55, 57-58, 363-80, 617-68; and Descartes, 365, 371, 374- 78, 396, 397, 443; differences between Schütz's and Voegelin's interpretations of, 391-99; on ego, 377-78; on Galileo, 363, 396; on history, 55, 364-74, 388-91, 398-99; on human beings, 364; Kantianism of, 290; messianic interpretation of, 373, 389-90, 399-400; and natural science, 617-18; and Parsons, 290, 291; phenomenology of, 78, 370-71, 380, 386-89, 617; on primal establishment and final establishment, 364-66, 387-88; radicalism of, 367-68, 372; and Schütz, 55, 57-58, 236, 291, 363-78, 386-400; and stream of consciousness, 448; and telos of history, 365-70, 372, 374, 378; and Voegelin's interest in Staatslehre, 13, 80
Huysmans, Joris-Karl, 135
Hyneman, Charles S., 557

Idea: body idea, 157, 444, 445;
    political ideas, 50-52, 62-63, 439;
    of state, 678-79. See also Race
    theory and race idea
Idea for a Universal History from
    a Cosmopolitan Point of View

    (Kant), 370
Idealism, 23-24, 8ï, 365
Ideas (Husserl), 363, 364
"Ideas, Ideals, and Idols" (Allers),
    620
Idée directrice, 382
Ideology, 161
Iliad (Homer), 541
Illuminatio, 373
Imitatio Christi (Thomas à
    Kempis), 375
I mperium mundi, 222
India, 364, 369
Individual, 17, 23, 32-33, 50, 102,
    121, 353, 420-23, 445, 460. See
    also Human beings
Individualism (spiritual), 225,
    283-85, 350, 368-70, 375, 416,
    513, 628
Industrial society, 161, 705-6
Institutes (Calvin), 304
Intellectus (human substance), 368,
    369
Intentio, 375, 377
Intentio animi, 417
"The Intention of Rousseau"
    (Strauss), 560-61
International law, 356
International Politics (Schuman),
    239
Interregnum, 352
Intra-mundane forces, 34, 60,
    352-53, 369, 404, 438, 659, 662
Ion (Plato), 621
Irenäus: Die Geduld des Reifens
    (Balthasar), 59-60
Irony, 136
Italy: Catholicism in, 635;
dictatorship in, 18, 23; relationship between Austria and, 25; suggested political science texts on, 385; and World War II, 413. See also Mussolini, Benito

Jaeger, Werner, 279, 574
Jaffe, George, 357, 600
Jagsch, Gerhard, 26n63
James (apostle), 615
James, Henry, 519-36, 544, 581
James, William, 105, 118, 131, 168
Japan, 326, 329, 335, 439
Jaspers, Karl: Berstel on, 517-18;
and Berstel's "Messiah," 106; and Christian tradition, 329, 575, 709; and development of new political science, 611; existential philosophy of, 255, 295; humanism, 648; influences on, 57, 294, 396; and Nietzsche, 57, 396, 415; philosophers' familiarity with, 397; and philosophy of crisis, 57-58; on transcendence, 354; Voegelin as student of, 162; Voegelin's interest in meeting with, 577; and Voegelin's interest in Staatslehre, 13, 80; on Weber, 294; writings by, 295, 354, 490, 574, 648
J.C.B. Mohr publisher, 15
Jeans, Sir James, 362
Jellinek, Georg, 80, 112, 166
Jesus Christ, 280, 305, 317, 318,
    361, 614-15, 661. See also New
    Testament
Jeunesse de Comte (Gouhier), 574
Jews: and anti-Semitism, and
National Socialism, 37, 38, 40-41, 212-13, 219-20, 251-53, 699; in Austria, 16, 37, 109-10, 212-13, 219-20; Gestalt of, in Western history, 252-53; and Messiah, 253; in New York after World War II, 632-33
Joachim of Fiore, 280, 353, 372,
    385, 451
John, Gospel of, 316, 421, 615
Johns Hopkins University, 176,
    230, 276, 620, 622, 624-26, 638,
    664, 665
Johnson, Alvin, 255-56
Jones, Rufus M., 272, 279, 287, 316
Journal for Public Law, 455
Journal of Austrian Law, 132, 135,
    188-89, 194, 197-98
Journal of Philosophy, 479
Journal of Politics, 246-47, 353-54;
    355, 357, 432, 484, 590, 596-98,
    605, 609, 683
Journal of Slavic Studies, 456
Joyal, Mark, 663n4
Joyce, James, 236
Juenger, Ernst, 254
Julius Caesar (Shakespeare), 464
Jung, Carl, G., 497-98
Jung, Edgar J., 128
Jungwirth, Heinrich, 207n2, 226,
    410
Junker & Dünhaupt publisher, 15,
    112, 123
Justification by faith, 343-44, 619
Kant, Immanuel: Baumgarten on, 89; and epistemology, 380; and freedom of the will, 417; and Heidegger, 88, 90; on history, 369-71; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 438; humanitarianism of, 371; and Husserl, 290, 365, 369-71, 387; McGovern on, 232; and naive-critical dichotomy, 288; in Race and State by Voegelin, 99; systematic interpretation of, 89; Voegelin's writings on, 85, 140

Karpovich, Michael, 434,540
Kasch, Howard E., 453-54
Käsler, Dirk, 12n15
Kaspar, Dr., 482
Kauder, Emil, 501-2, 502n1, 586-87
Kaufmann, Fritz: academic
positions of, 236, 276, 588; and Baumgarten, 93, 100, 101, 105; and Husserl, 363; as Jew, 166; and mathematics, 441; on Monadologism, 252; on Nietzsche, 418-19; on phenomenology, 352; and pure theory of law, 129
Kelsen, Hans: on Aristotle,
662; in California, 498, 588; conflict between Schmitt and, 11, 291; Festschrift for, 85; intellectual circle of, 6; Lasswell, 10; positivism of, 289-90; recommendation for Voegelin by, 78, 81; report by, on Voegelin's scholarship, 11, 676-82; rift between Voegelin and, 11-12, 116; on sovereignty, 689; Staatslehre of, 11, 80, 116, 498; on United Nations, 498; at University of Cologne, 12, 79, 81, 116; and Voegelin on best students, 1; and Voegelin's early teaching career, 11, 79, 81, 116, 157, 162, 163; and Marianne Weber, 75
Kendall, Willmoore, 548, 551,
    558-59, 563-65, 568, 570, 598,
    643-44
Key, Professor, 455, 470-71, 624-25
Kierkegaard, Søren, 57, 255, 329,
    395, 396, 439
King Lear (Shakespeare), 457-64,
    567, 580-81
Kirby, Thomas, 562
Kittredge, Tracy, 10, 27, 39, 42, 125,
    126n2, 145-47, 161-62, 165, 174,
    196-97
Klages, Ludwig, 395, 415
Klären (define), 506
Kleist, Ewald and Heinrich von,
    348
Klinghoffer, Hans, 256-57
    "The Knight, Death and the Devil"
    (Dürer), 407
Knoll, August Maria, 654
Knowledge: humanistic knowledge,
    342; as intra-mundane, 60;
    Scheler on, 342, 343n1, 658-59;
    Theages on, 661; theory of,
    659-61; transcendental critique
    of, 396
Koch, Hede, 632n1, 636-37
Koch, Karl, 629-35, 632n1
Koellreutter, Otto, 20, 124 Koestler, Arthur, 467
Kolnai, Aurel, 203
Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie,
    74n1; 75
Kommerell, Max, 90
Koryé, Alexandre 442
Kraus, Karl, 516, 519n2
Krieck, Ernst, 19, 115-17
Kropotkin, Prince, 385

"Kubla Khan" (Coleridge), 621 KuKluxKlan, 582
Kulturkreis, 290
Kulturtrottel (cultural idiots), 651
Kunz, Dr., 275-76
Kurrild-Klitgaard, Peter, 6n5
Kusmich, Ivan, 456

Laband, Paul, 166, 290
La Boetie, Étienne de, 83
"La Follette and the Wisconsin
    Idea" (Voegelin), 679
Landsberg, Paul Ludwig, 295
Landshut, Siegfried, 605
Lane, Robert E., 625, 638, 663
Laski, Harold, 74, 490, 535
Lasson, Georg, 432-33
Lasswell, Harold, 10-11, 13, 39,
    149-51, 165, 200, 666-67
The Last Days of Humanity
    ( Die letzten Tage der Menschheit )
    (Kraus), 516
The Last Puritan (Santayana), 140
Latham, Harold S., 412
Laurence, Stacie 562, 564n2
Lavelle, Louis, 30, 134, 255-56
Law. See International law; Natural
    law; Pure theory of law; Roman
    law
Laws (Plato), 504, 558-59, 565
Layer, Max, 92, 683-86
Lebendige Anteilnahme (active
    participation), 35
Lebenshaltung (way of life), 97, 244
Lebensphilosophie (Vitalism), 9,
    85-86
Lebenspraxis (theorist's way of
    life), 244
LeBon, Gustave, 161, 334, 490
Lectures on Justice, Police,
    Revenue and Arms
(Smith), 261
Lehrl, Joseph, 544-47, 650-52
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, 252,
    428-30, 578, 608, 617, 627-28
Leigh, President, 228
Lemche, Karsten, 35-36, 43, 219-23
Lemche, Ruthilt, 43, 205-7, 207n1,
    223-27, 640, 641
Lenin, V. I., 18, 371, 385, 454
Le Roy, Louis, 33, 131, 345-46
Le Senne, Rene, 255-56
Leviathan (Hobbes), 582, 608
Levy-Bruhl, Lucien, 446
Ley, Michael, 8-7
Liberalism, 27, 83, 439, 634-35,
    653, 708
Lieb, Fritz, 574, 575, 577, 603
Lincoln, Abraham, 100, 131, 133,
    260, 436
Lippincott, Benjamin, 246-47
Locke, John: and bourgeois, 488;
and Carlyle, 416; Engel-Janosi on, 59, 559, 585; on equality, 286-87; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 275, 279, 438, 559, 617; Second Treatise on Government by, 132-33; Voegelin's research on, 231
Loemker, Leroy E., 626
Loewenstein, Karl, 249-50, 327,
    333-37
Logical Investigations (Husserl),
    364
Logos, 368
London. See England
Long, Huey P., 131, 325
Louisiana Municipal Review, 357
Louisiana Review, 353
Louisiana State University (LSU):
Brüning's lecture at, 476-77; faculty of, 411, 550, 593-94; football games at, 448; and job offer for Voegelin from University of Alabama in 1946, 471-75, 495, 507-10; legal position of Voegelin at, 356-57; and Huey Long, 325; mathematics department of, 536-38; and sabbatical leave for Voegelin, 509-10, 546, 549, 570, 571, 575-77, 587, 591, 600, 602, 621-22; salaries at, 537, 538; Sebba's interest in position at, 538-39; striptease artist at, 562, 564n2; students of, 342, 450-51, 545, 642; Voegelin's courses at, 342, 411, 544, 545, 642, 646; Voegelin's position at, 5, 42, 324, 327, 341-42, 468, 483, 545; Voegelin's possible leave of absence from (1947), 478; Voegelin's salary at, 411-12, 472, 474, 495, 508, 509, 512, 549, 564, 600
Louis XIV, King of France, 113, 429
Lovejoy, Arthur O., 346, 354, 574
Low, Marianne, 475-76, 601-2
Lowell, A. Lawrence, 185-86
Löwith, Karl, 64, 350, 354, 414-24,
    604-5, 609-10, 611
LSU Press, 403, 573
Lubac, Henri de, 572, 574, 575, 577,
    603, 605, 611, 709
Lucretius, 619
Lugmayr, 545
Luther, Martin, 272, 283, 284, 350,
    600, 602, 605, 614-17
"Luther" (Voegelin), 606
Lutheranism, 86, 348, 350-51, 619


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