INDEX (M-Z)

VOL 29— Selected Correspondence:
1924-1949

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

Macarthy, 47, 309 MacDougal, William, 74
Machiavelli, Niccolö: and demonic
personality, 460; Engel-Janosi on, 586, 595-96; Hallowell on, 653; and historiography, 248; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 266, 402, 456, 551; and modernity, 582, 608; Oriental elements in, 191, 277; Voegelin's research on, 307
Machlup, Fritz: and "The Origins of
Scientism" by Voegelin, 612-13; and possible job offer for Voegelin from Johns Hopkins, 612, 620, 624-25, 638; and Swisher, 663; and Voegelin's academic career, 663-64; and Voegelin's job search in America, 39, 151-52; and Winternitz, 184; at Yale University, 276
Machlup, Mrs. F., 481, 482
Macht und Menschliche Natur
    (Plessner), 295
Macmahon, Arthur W., 157, 163
Macmillan Company, 50, 403, 406,
    408, 412-14, 419, 449-50, 483,
    551-56, 557n1, 626, 639-40,
    711-72
Madison, C. A., 652-53
Magic, 446
Magic Mountain (Mann), 647
Maimonides, Moses, 125, 385
Maistre, Joseph-Marie de, Comte,
    540
Majority rule, 598
Mallarmé, Stéphane, 135
Mana, 315-16, 661
Mandeville, Bernard, 404, 438
Mandonnet, Pierre Felix, 359
Mann, Thomas: Doktor Faustus
by, 609-10, 618, 622-24, 635, 647; humanism of, 623, 624, 647; Joseph novels by, 136; Magic Mountain by, 647; and National Socialism, 203, 647; and Nietzsche, 418-19; on objectivity of Voegelin, 35; and The Political Religions by Voegelin, 42, 206
Mannheim, Karl, 490
Man's Place in Nature (Scheler),
    393 See : Die Stellung des
    Menschen im Kosmos

Marañon, Gregorio, 153
Marburg school, 288, 440
Marcus Aurelius, 125
Maritain, Jacques, 30, 134, 574,
    575, 709
Mark, Gospel of, 315
Marsilius von Padua, 354-55
Martin, Roscoe C., 243, 468-69,
    474-75, 507-10
Marx, Karl: early writings of,
108; Engel-Janosi on, 59, 585; Fessard on, 638; final realm of, 371; founding of Communist Party by, 591; Gurian's interest in publication of Voegelin's writings on, 638, 639; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 280, 579, 583, 587, 605, 623, 638; significance of, 439, 454; Sorel compared with, 454
Marxism, 32, 33, 105, 330, 332,
    335, 369, 488, 591, 705, 708
Masaryk, Jan, 563
Mattern, Johannes, 355
Maurists, 429, 431n6
"Max Weber" (Voegelin), 1, 10, 71,
    73-77, 97-98, 100, 102-4
Mayer, Professor, 170, 605
Mazzini, Giuseppe, 385
McClosky, Robert G., 598-99
McGovern, William M., 189-91,
    196, 228-29, 232-33
McGraw-Hill Book Company, 47,
    49-50, 240, 402-3
McGurdy, Henry, 449-50
Mcllwain, Charles, 576
Mclver, 598
The Meaning of History (Löwith),
    604-5, 609
"The Meaning of the Declaration of
    the Rights of Man and Citizen"
    (Voegelin), 684-85, 689
Meditation, 56-57, 374-77, 407-8,
    443, 480
Meditations (Descartes), 354
Meditations Cartésiennes
    (Husserl), 290
Meinecke, Friedrich, 596
Menger, Carl, 291
Menghin, Oswald, 38, 39, 147, 290
Merkl, Adolf, 92, 93-94, 116, 127,
    157, 163, 275-76, 409-10, 687-91
Merriam, Charles E., 141-42, 150,
    165, 200
Mesnard, Pierre, 579
Messiah and messianism, 253, 373
Messner, 193
Metanoia, 316
Metaphysica (Baumgarten), 87
Metaphysics, 612-13, 617
Metaphysik (Jaspers), 295
Methodenstreit, 291
Methodism, 543
Metternich, Klemens von, 466
Meyer, Eduard, 500, 597
Michelangelo, 90
Middle Ages: Comte's knowledge
of, 540; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 325-26, 342, 343, 352-53, 356, 408, 437-38, 555, 566-67, 646, 654, 664; human beings of, 369; medical doctors on illness in, 104; religion of, 29, 105, 220, 423-24; science in, 446
"Milieu and Ambiance" (Spitzer),
    345-46, 351
Mill, James, 438
Mill, John Stuart, 404, 437, 452,
    490
Millikan, George, 622
Millikan, Max R, 563
Milton, John, 160
Mims, 598
Mindszenti case, 607
Mintz, Max: address of, 184; on
contemplation, 54; on equality before the law, 286-87; health problems of, 264; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 53-54, 237, 238, 243-45, 260-61, 264, 271-72, 277, 286-87, 327, 495, 511-12; and Hönigswald's "Homunculus," 510-11; and political theory, 2; as public accountant, 276, 287; and theory, 2; and Toynbee, 511; and University of Alabama position for Voegelin, 237, 245; and Voegelin's academic positions, 231-32, 494-95; and Voegelin's home in Baton Rouge, 494, 512; in Voegelin's intellectual circle, 64; and Voegelin's reflections on political situation, 327-28
Misch, Georg, 569
Mises, Ludwig von, 6, 39, 289, 483,
    498
Mitchell, W. C., 163
Moe, Henry A., 571-77
Mokre, Hans, 504
Möllendorff, Wichard von, 194, 206
Molotov, Vyacheslav, 433
Moltke, 348
Monadologism, 252
Monadology (Leibnitz), 252
Monarchia (Dante), 158
Monarchia temporalis, 352
Monarchia universalis, 429
Monarchy, 124-25
Monasticism, 424
"The Mongol Orders of Submission
to European Powers, 1245-1255" (Voegelin), 33, 323-25, 327, 625 Mongols: and Baumgarten, 131, 134, 137-39, 141; and Elliott, 182; and Genghis Khan, 152, 158, 184, 190, 200, 247, 248, 422; and Haberler, 148, 323-24; and Lasswell, 150; and Schütz, 184; and Tamerlane, 33, 131, 158, 164, 190, 194, 247-49; Voegelin's article on "Mongol Orders of Submission," 33, 323-25, 327; Voegelin's publication on, in Speculum, 184, 190, 192, 194, 196, 200, 205-6, 248; Voegelin's research on, 131, 134, 137-39, 148, 150, 152, 154, 155, 158, 164, 177, 182, 190-92, 232, 247-49
Monod, M., 204
Montaigne, Michel de, 438, 456
Montesquieu, Charles-Louis de
    Secondât, Baron de la Brède, 438
Moore, Mrs. William H., 247-49
More, Thomas St. , 582, 600
Morgenstern, Oskar, 218-19, 276,
    308
Morstein Marx, Fritz, 47, 240,
    242-43, 246, 265-69, 278-82,
    322-23, 402-3
Mosca, Gaetano, 334
Mourning Becomes Electra
    (O'Neill), 236
Murait, Alexander von, 41, 483-86,
    497-98, 569-70
Murray, Gilbert, 162, 574
Mussolini, Benito, 18, 37, 369, 436,
    668
Mystère of Jésus (Pascal), 401
Mystic of Frankfurt, 226
Mystics and mysticism:
Augustine's mystical speculation, 168; and Bodin, 160; and Eckhart, 226, 415, 416, 423, 541-42, 566; Engel-Janosi on, 356, 408; Jones on, 273, 316; and Nietzsche, 417-18; origins of philosophizing in, 645; Plato as mystic, 660; and transcendence, 377; and via negativa, 34, 135, 354
Myths: Broch on, 542; of Comte and
Spencer, 161; cosmo-analogical myths, 448, 504; dissolution of, 395; function of, 61; and Hesiod, 657, 668; and historicity of truth, 61; importance of, 502; and Plato, 61-62, 245, 339-40, 498, 504, 511-12; political myths, 33, 61; and Romans, 398; and Rousseau, 561; and Schelling, 61, 395; of Sorel, 161; and speculation, 657; and Toynbee, 502, 669; as verbal form, 614; and Vico, 61, 395, 561

Nachstiftung (reestablishment),
    367
Napoleon, 113, 429, 447
Nathanskay, Gerhart, 257-58
National Socialism: and anti-
Semitism, 37, 38, 40-41, 212-13, 219-20, 699; and Austria, 25-27, 37-38, 119, 313, 333, 633, 698- 99; and Baumgarten, 34-35; and catastrophic phase of Western society, 613; characteristics of, 207, 226; concessions to, 217; evil of, 34, 223; and Hitler Youth, 640-41; legality versus legitimacy of, 311-12; and Loewenstein, 249; and Mann, 203; Nietzsche as important to understanding of, 415; papal encyclical against, 708; and race idea, 15, 20-21, 23; and spiritual decline, 634; takeover by, in Germany, 25; and Third Realm, 421; and Voegelin, 15-24, 34-36, 38-43, 120, 123-24, 177, 181, 189-90, 192-95, 205, 221-23, 241, 298, 367, 408-10; and Voegelin's family members, 43, 213-14, 215, 233-34, 636-37; and Weltanschauung, 32, 33. See also Gestapo; Hitler, Adolf
"National Types of Mind and the
    Limits to Interstate Relations"
    (Voegelin), 11
Nation-state, 23
Natorp, Paul, 288
Natural law, 355, 452
Natural (Schelling), 452
The Nature and Destiny of Man (Niebuhr), 574
"Nature and Transformation of the
    Modern State" (Voegelin), 104
Nazism. See National Socialism
Nécessitas rerum, 344
Necker, Jacques, 83, 113, 438
Neo-Kantianism, 288-90
Neuer Züricher Zeitung, 137
Neumann, Dr., 454-55
New Orleans, 276
New Republic, 236
New School of Social Research,
    199, 255-56, 276, 362, 381, 498,
    588, 624
The New Science of Politics
    (Voegelin), 4
New Testament: and Calvin, 284;
Epistles in, 253, 284, 318, 343, 359, 615; Gospels in, 220, 315-16, 359, 421, 423, 615; and Husserl, 371. See also Jesus Christ
Newton, Sir Isaac, 543, 627
Nicholas of Cusa, 415, 416
Niebuhr, R., 398, 574, 575
Niekisch, Ernst, 254, 255n1
Niemoeller, Martin, 331
Nietzsche, Friedrich: and crisis of
contemporary world, 415-17, 500; critique of civilization by, 336, 397, 416-17, 440; on the demonic, 533; and doctrine of the return, 417-18, 421; on Germany, 370, 630; in Herrschaftslehre by Voegelin, 83; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 280; importance of generally, 439; and intellect's effect on values, 73; interpreters of, 76; and Jaspers, 57, 396, 415; and Jung, 498; Kaufmann on, 418-19; and Löwith, 414-18, 420-24; and moral phenomena, 24; and Pascal, 395, 417-19; and Rousseau, 421; in suggested text on political theory, 384; Voegelin's writings on, 404, 405, 415, 480; on Wagner, 407-8; and Weber, 286; and will to break out of decadence, 420
"Nietzsche and Pascal" (Voegelin),
    404, 434, 480
"Nivola" (Unamuno), 623
Nominalism, 342, 359
Nomoi (Plato), 542, 623, 660
Nomos, 460-61
Northwestern University, 189-91,
    196, 205, 216, 217, 223, 228,
    231-33, 241, 252
Norton, Dolph, 469-70
Norway, 516-17
"A Note on Hölderlin" (Voegelin),
    440
Nova Methodus, 430
Nuova Scienzia (Galileo), 587

Objectivity, 35, 491
Obras (de la Cruz), 413
Occam, William of. See William of
    Ockham
Odegard, Peter H., 327
Of Mice and Men (Steinbeck), 236
Ogg, Frederick Austin, 169
Old Testament, 284, 371
O'Leary, De Lacy, 359
The Omnipotent State (Mises), 498
"Once More: Three Years of the
    Oriental Question" (Engel-
    Janosi), 539-40
O'Neill, Eugene, 236
Onken, Luise Betty (Lissy). See
    Voegelin, Lissy
Onken, Ulrich and Betty, 450, 453,
    455
"On Multiple Realities" (Schütz),
    436-37, 442-48
"On Sander's General Political
    Science," 189, 455, 457n4, 504
"On the American Theory of
    Theory of Due Process of Law
    and Freedom" (Voegelin), 684,
    687-88
On the Form of the American Mind
    (Voegelin), 9, 11, 17, 97, 157, 163,
    679-82
"On the Theory of Consciousness"
    (Voegelin), 56-57
"On the Theory of the State Form"
    (Voegelin), 678-79
"On Types of Character and
    Skepticism" (Voegelin), 649n2
On Tyranny (Strauss), 596
Openness, 22, 29, 32, 82, 122-23,
    681
Open Society (Popper), 591
Opitz, Peter J., 3n4, 48n137
Oppenheimer, Franz, 239
Order and History (Voegelin), 4, 5,
    47, 62
Origin and Goal of History
    (Jaspers), 648
"The Origins of Scientism"
    (Voegelin), 587, 590, 591, 600,
    603, 607-8, 610-13, 620, 624,
    624n2, 626-28, 664
Ortega y Gasset, José, 127-28
Ostermann, 230
Otaka, Tomoo, 578, 588-89
"The Ought in Kant" (Voegelin),
    85, 140
Our Town (Wilder), 236
Oxford University, 9, 116, 153, 162
Oxford University Press, 406

Pagan Imperialism (Evola), 127
Paideia (Jaeger), 574
Paine, Thomas, 231, 438
Palmer, J. E., 56, 479-80
Palmer, Paul A., 383-85
Pareto, Vilfredo, 186, 334, 382, 430,
    667
Paris. See France
Parliamentarism, failure of, 18
Parmenides, 94
Parsons, Talcott: "Action, Situation
and Normative Pattern" by, 270- 71; and American Political Science Association, 383-85; on anomie, 251-52; on anti- Semitism, 251-53; and Austrian refugee politics, 342-43; "Democracy and Social Structure in Pre-Nazi Germany" by, 347- 51; and German predicament, 43; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 241, 242, 269-70, 273, 305, 325-26, 342, 406; and predestination, 282-86, 286n1, 304-5; and proposed book on Germany with Hartshorne, 325, 326n2; on Scheler's forms of knowledge, 342, 343n1; and Schütz, 242, 270, 273, 287-91, 303-4; on separation of church and state, 506-7; and suggested texts in political theory, 384- 85; and Voegelin's teaching positions, 325, 341-42; and Weber, 184, 270, 273, 287, 292, 293-96
Parsons, Wilfred, 383-85
Pascal, Blaise: and crisis of
civilization, 708; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 438; and Nietzsche, 395, 417-19; and struggle against destruction of the spirit, 518; Voegelin's writings on, 404, 415, 434, 480; writings by, 401
Patriotic Front, 27, 45, 194, 194n3
Patzelt, Erna, 455
Paul, Jean, 90, 120
Paul, Saint, 253, 282, 304, 316, 318,
    614-15
Péguy, Charles, 384
Peitho, 659-62
Pelliot, M. Paul, 158
Penniman, Mr., 327
Pennock, J. Roland, 383-85
Pensées (Pascal), 401
People of God, 49, 265, 266-67,
    279, 284, 287, 316, 566-67, 623
Pericles, 422
Perlman, Selig, 157, 169
Pernter, Hans, 37, 193
"Perpetual Peace" (Fleischer),
    259-60
Perroux, Francois, 648
Persuasion, 659-61
Peter (apostle), 317
Peter Damian, Saint, 359
Petropulos, William, 65, 66
Petschek, Georg, 276
Pettee, G. S., 187
Pfeifer, Helfried, 40, 166-69
Phaedo (Plato), 339, 621
Phenomenalism, 439-40
"The Phenomenological Approach
    to History" (Kaufmann), 352
Phenomenology, 78, 370-71, 380,
    386-89, 617, 644
Philo (Wolfson), 617, 644
Philo Judaeus, 124, 617
The Philosophy of History (Engel-
    Janosi), 432-33
Philosophical anthropology, 9-10,
    15, 133,295-96
Philosophische Anthropologie
    (Dempf) 646, (Landsberg), 295
Philosophy: and contemplative
philosopher, 43-44, 47, 63-64; crisis of, 57-58; and historicity of truth, 60-61; origins of philosophizing in mysticism, 645; philosopher as diagnostician of disorder, 60-61; "public" office of philosopher, 57, 58; Strauss on, 53. See also specific philosophers
Philosophy and Phenomenological
    Research, 276
Physics, 627
Physis, 460-61
Piccolomini, Enea Silvio, 33, 131
Piers Plowman, 478
Pistis, 344
Pius IX, Pope, 665-66
Plato: and Atlantis saga, 495,
496, 504; Berstel on, 518; and Coleridge's "Kubla Khan," 621; cycle theory of, 495, 496, 504; and decline of Athens, 628; and epistemology, 380; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 495, 496, 498, 503-4, 507, 511-12, 555, 558-59, 565, 611, 655; as key to Voegelin's self- understanding, 54; metaphysics and theology of, 225; as mystic, 66o; and myths, 61-62, 245, 339-40, 498, 504, 511-12, 547; and persuasion, 659-61; and polis, 542; and politeia, 512; political science of, 338-40; and "public" office of philosopher, 57; on reunification of spirit and power, 66o; significance of, 439; Verdross on, 503; and via negativa, 354; Voegelin's interest in generally, 611; on wisdom and wise men's knowledge, 31, 53, 54, 245, 661. See also specific works
"Plato's Egyptian Myth" (Voegelin),
    62, 507, 507n4, 511
Plebiscitarian Führer, 21
Plessner, Helmuth, 14, 295
Plöchl, Willibald, 45, 46, 296-303,
    299n2, 307-10, 504
Plotinus, 125, 225, 354, 385
Pneuma, 315-16
Poggio Bracciolini, Giovanni
    Francesco, 248, 438
Poland, 238
Polis, 260, 340, 352, 511, 542, 555,
    662
Politeia (Plato), 339
Political cosmion, 52-53
Political ideas, 50-52, 62-63, 439
Political myths, 33, 61
Political order, 51, 52
"Political Philosophy and History"
    (Strauss), 608-9
The Political Religions (Voegelin):
and Baumgarten, 34-35, 168; and Elliott, 190; first version of preface of, 35-36; foreword of, 203, 206, 217, 219, 221; and Gurian, 193; and Lane, 625; and Lasswell, 150; and Karsten Lemche, 219-23; and Mann, 42, 203, 206; possibility of ban of, 227; publication and distribution of, 146, 148, 150, 156, 164, 180, 206, 217; themes of, 32-33, 34, 58, 144-45, 148; Voegelin's further work on themes of, 196-97
Political science: of Aristotle and
Plato, 13, 53, 338-40; definition of, 2; Dempf and development of new political science, 576; Easton on, and problems of social significance, 667; Mintz and political theory, 2; relativism in political theory, 488; research in, 489-92; state of, in America, 642; suggested texts in political theory, 383-85
Political Science Review, 506
Political theory, 2, 383-85, 488, 686
Politics: Brookings Institution's
problem method in foreign politics, 620, 622; Hallowell's Christian perspective on, 653; partial interpretations of, 487-88; and science, 30-32; Voegelin's pessimism about, 425; Voegelin's proposed research on system of, 572-77, 642
Politics (Aristotle), 339-40, 645
"Politics as a Profession" (Weber),
    73
Politikos (Plato), 339, 495, 496
Politique positive (Comte), 451
Politische Kulturgeschichte
    (political history of civilization),
    589
Pomponazzi, Pietro, 582
Popper, Karl, 591
"Popular Education, Science, and
    Politics" (Voegelin), 30-31, 133
Positive law, 104-5
Positivism, 338, 535, 667
Possony, Stefan Th., 258-59
Potenzenlehre (Schelling), 423
Pound, Roscoe, 9, 157, 163
Powell, Alden L., 411, 600
Powell, Th. R., 157, 162-63
Power (Russell), 193
Pragmatism, 121, 154, 168, 444,
    445
Predestination, 282-86, 286n1,
    304-5, 417
The Prince (Machiavelli), 586, 596
Princeton University, 218-19, 276
Principia (Descartes), 587
Principles of the Ancient
    Philosophy of Law and the
    State (Verdross), 503
Problèmes Européens (Romains),
    254
The Problem of Knowledge
    (Cassirer), 587
Proletariat, 18, 369, 488
Proofs of God. See God
Propaganda, 192-93, 604
Property, 684, 687
Protestant Ethic (Weber), 293
Protestantism: and Comte,
451; and Lutheranism, 86, 348, 350-51; and Methodism, 543; and predestination, 282-86, 286n1, 304-5; and Reformation, 273, 285, 286, 304, 541, 542, 600, 606. See also Christianity; and Protestant philosophers and theologians
Proudhon, Pierre-Joseph, 120
Proust, Marcel, 448
Prussia, 186-87, 348, 350-51, 631
Przywara, Erich, 465, 574, 575, 709
Pseudo-Dionysius, 385
Psychiatry, 483-84
Psychoanalysis, 140, 290, 295-96,
    415, 440, 448
Psychologie der Weltanschauungen
    (Jaspers), 295
Psychology, 661
Psychology and Alchemy (Jung),
    497
Psychology and Religion
(Jung),
    497
Pure theory of law, 116, 129, 290,
    291, 677-78, 683-84, 688-90
"The Pure Theory of Law and the
    State" (Voegelin), 677-78
Purgatio, 373
Puritanism, 121, 520

Quadragesimo Anno, 706
"The Quest for the Concrete"
    (Voegelin), 543-44, 544n2

Race and State (Voegelin): and
Baumgarten, 14-15, 20, 93, 95, 98-99, 108, 109,110, 123-24; introduction to, 15, 108; and National Socialism, 20-21, 123-24; negative review of, 20, 123-24; publisher for, 15, 109; table of contents of, 98-99, 109; themes of, 157, 164
Race as a Political Factor (Gregory),
    120
Race theory and race idea: and
Baumgarten, 14-15, 20, 93, 95, 98-99, 108, 109,110, 123-24; and community, 61; Gregory on, 120; "Growth of the Race Idea" by Voegelin, 241, 243; in Herrschaftslehre by Vogelin, 91-92; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 50; in The History of the Race Idea by Voegelin, 15, 19,110, 112, 116-17, 120, 157-58, 164; and National Socialism, 15, 20-21, 23; Research Report on Race Theory by Voegelin, 19, 20. See also Race and State (Voegelin)
Radicalism, 534-35
Ranke, Leopold von, 398, 466
Rankin, 455
Rappard, William, 11
Rasse und Staat (Voegelin). See
    Race and State (Voegelin)
Rationality, 381-82
"Rationality" (Schütz), 381-83
Rauschning, Hermann, 223, 227,
    238
Realissimum, 34, 135, 375
Realperson, 372, 416
Recherche du Temps Perdu
    (Proust), 448
Rechtslehre (Voegelin),110, 111n3
Redcliffe, Lord, 539
Reduction, 374, 377, 486n12, 542
Rees, Paul, 537
Reformation, 273, 285, 286, 304,
    541, 542, 600, 606
Regionsphilosophie (Pryzwara), 574
Reichsverwaltungsblatt, 20,
    123-24
Relativity of relevance, 392-93
Relevance, 392-97
Religion: and Bodin, 29-32, 86-
87, 134; of Middle Ages, 29, 105, 220, 423-24; Voegelin on "turning religious," 29- 30, 97-98, 105, 134; and Weltanschauung, 23, 28, 32, 134; world-transcendent religions versus intra-mundane religions, 34. See also Catholicism; Christianity; Protestantism
Renan, Joseph-Ernest, 120, 334,
    436, 490
The Republic (Plato), 504
"Research Report on Racial
    Science" (Voegelin), 20, 120, 123
Res privata, 334
Res publica, 334
Review of Politics, 193, 241, 243,
    265, 318, 351, 353, 361-62, 405,
    470-71, 506, 637-38
The Revolt of the Masses (Ortega y
    Gasset), 127-28
The Revolution of Nihilism
    (Rauschning), 223, 227
Revue de Paris, 153
Rhetoric (Aristotle), 649
Rickert, Henrich, 288
Road to Serfdom (Hayek), 497
Rockefeller Foundation: and
emigration of Voegelin to America, 39, 42; and Engel- Janosi, 176, 178, 229, 606; and Herrschaftslehre by Voegelin, 80-81, 91-92, 113-14; and Roscoe Martin, 469; and Race and State by Voegelin, 110; reports by Voegelin to, 10, 16, 79-81, 91-92,110, 112-14; and University of Alabama position for Voegelin, 324; and University of Vienna summer school (1948), 566; Voegelin's grants from and grant requests to, 12-13, 27-28, 42, 86, 90, 92, 212, 420, 469; and Voegelin's interest in trip to Europe during postwar period, 571, 577, 597, 603, 640, 650; and Voegelin's search for job in America, 145-46, 161-62, 165, 172, 190, 192, 194, 195, 199; and Voegelin's study in America (1924-1926), 9, 79, 116, 148-49, 153, 162-63, 190
Rohrlich, Georg F., 588, 589-90
Die Rolle der Erotik in der
    männlichen Gesellschaft
    (Blüher), 349
Romains, Jules, 254
Roman law, 628
Romanticism, 96, 158, 206, 252,
    347, 349, 365, 541, 708
Das römische Gespräch, 500
Rommen, Heinrich Albert, 592
Roosevelt, Franklin, 668-69
The Roots of National Socialism

    (Butler), 325
Rosenberg, Alfred, 161, 226
Rosenstock-Huessy, Eugen, 404
Rothacker, Erich, 9-10, 71-73
Rothfels, Hans, 450
Rott, Hans, 45, 299n2, 300, 307,
    311
Rougier, Louis Auguste, 358-61
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques: in The
Authoritarian State by Voegelin, 158; and crisis of contemporary world, 397; and Durkheim, 103; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 265, 280, 437, 438; Kendall on, 558; and Nietzsche, 421; Strauss on, 560-61, 565; in suggested texts in political science, 384; Vico compared with, 561; and "volonté générale," 102
Rühl, Fritz, 215-16, 216n1, 636
The Rule of the Inferior (E.Jung),
    128
The Ruler in the Modern State
    (Voegelin), 16, 113-14
Russell, Bertrand, 193
Russia: and Bolshevism, 471;
constitution of, 105; dictatorship in, 18, 23; and Eastern Germany, 629; Engel-Janosi on, 539; Fröbel on, 539; LSU courses on, 642; Schelting on, 606, 642; suggested political science texts on, 385; as superpower, 631; and World War II, 277, 329, 330. See also Communism
Russia and Europe (Schelting), 606,
    642
Russland Unterwegs (Lieb), 574

Sabine, George H., 48, 318, 411
Sacrum Imperium (Dempf), 127,
    342, 352, 360, 565-66, 574, 576,
    646, 654, 664
Saeculum senescens, 462-63
Sainte-Beuve, C. A., 102
Salin, Edgar, 162
Salier, Karl Felix, 118, 120n2
Sandburg, Carl, 133
Sandoz, Ellis, 48n137
Santayana, George, 9, 105, 140,
    225, 252, 381, 447, 619, 628, 709
Sartor Resartus (Carlyle), 404
Sartre, Jean-Paul, 635
Satanism. See Devil
Sauermann, Heinz, 645
Schafranek, Dr., 142
Scheler, Max: and Catholicism,
329, 709; and crisis of contemporary world, 397; on knowledge, 342, 343n1, 658- 59; on longing, 377; on sources of hate against Germans, 425-26, 439; writings by, 15, 295-96, 393, 425, 439, 574
Schelling, Friedrich: and Engel-
Janosi, 451-52; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 456, 495, 496; Jung compared with, 497-98; and myths, 61, 395; on natural law, 452; Plato compared with, 62; Potenzenlehre by, 423; and public office of philosopher, 57; and Schütz, 437-40; on systems and artworks, 518; on theogony, 662; Voegelin's writings on, 434, 437, 451-52 "Schelling" (Voegelin), 434, 437, 451-52
Schelting, Alexander von, 603, 606,
    642
Schick, F. B., 592
Schiller, Friedrich, 103-4
Schlieffen, Alfred von, 120, 348
Schmalenbach, Herman, 495
Schmitt, Carl, 11, 14, 18, 80,
    261-62, 291, 311
Schmoller, Gustav, 291
Schnabl, Wolfgang, 640-43
Schoeppe, W., 10n9
Scholasticism, 342, 376, 422-23,
    517, 661
Scholem, Gershom, 356
Scholz, Richard, 354-55
Schönbauer, Ernest, 38n105, 167
Schönemann, Mr., 137, 139
Schopenhauer, Arthur, 407
Schreier, Fritz, 276, 588
Schuhl, Pierre-Maxime, 657
Schüller, Richard, 237n2
Schuman, Frederick L., 239, 455,
    468, 470-71
Schumann, Mr., 143
Schumpeter, Joseph, 39, 172, 276,
    603, 617, 627
Schusschnigg, Kurt von, 26, 27, 35,
    37, 45, 193, 311, 495
Schütz, Alfred: and American
Political Science Association, 431; and "Apostasy" by Voegelin, 428-30; on Aristotle, 649; as businessman, 588; and character types and skepticism essay by Voegelin, 649, 658-62; "Choice and Decision" by, 437; and cosmion, 52; and "The Crisis" by Voegelin, 578; and Harvard University position for Voegelin, 184-87; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 53, 58, 235, 237, 238, 351-53, 437-41, 543-44, 657; "Homecomer" by, 430-31; and Husserl, 55, 57-58, 236, 291, 363-78, 386-400; and ideas and political ideas as defined by Voegelin, 51; and Leibniz, 428-30, 578; literary readings recommended by Voegelin to, 236; and Mongols article by Voegelin, 184; and New School of Social Research, 362, 381; and Northwestern University, 234-35; "On Multiple Realities" by, 436-37, 442-48; and "The Origins of Scientism" by Voegelin, 617; and Parsons, 242, 270, 273, 287-91, 303-4; personal affairs and career of, 362, 381, 543; and Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, 276; on rationality, 381-83; and Siger de Brabant, 351-53, 358-61; and solitude of Voegelin, 63; "Tiresias" by, 437; and Toynbee's Study of History, 362; and Voegelin's Guggenheim grant application, 656; in Voegelin's intellectual circle, 64
Schweiger, Clothilde, 541, 542n2
Schweiger, Hertha, 540-41, 542n2
Science: and astronomy, 346,
363, 396, 441; experimental science in Middle Ages, 446; and Husserl, 617-18; and physics, 627; and politics, 30-32; Rousseau on, 561; and theory, 31-32; Voegelin's use of term, 5; Wissenschaftsgläubigkeit (faith in science), 29, 105
Science and the Modern World
    (Whitehead), 618
Scientism, 587, 590, 591, 600, 603,
    607-8, 610-13, 620, 624, 624n2,
    626-28, 708
Scienza Nuova (Vico), 487, 587
Scott, James Brown, 356
Scroggs, William O., 476, 623
Seattle, 569, 592-93, 599-600
Sebba, Gregor, 44-45, 274, 309-11,
    498, 538-39, 670
Second Treatise on Government
    (Locke), 132-33
The Second War (Berstel), 512-19
Seilern, Oswald, 177-78, 230
Selbstkritik der Philosophie
    und vergleichende Philoso-
    phiegeschichte im Umriss

    (Dempf), 565-66, 576, 646
Selbsttätigkeit (self-activity), 89
"Semiramis" (Valéry), 168
Sentiments, 351-52, 430

Sewanee Review, 56, 479-80
Sex roles, 348-50
Sextus Empiricus, 649
Shakespeare, William, 457-64, 567,
    580-81
Shils, Edward, 534
Shotwell, James T., 335-37, 337n1,
    411
Sidgwick, Henry, 591
Siebeck, J., 15, 109
Siéyès, Abbé Emmanuel-Joseph,
    101-2
Siger de Brabant, 351-53, 358-61,
    368
Sigwart, Christoph, 15
Sigwart, Hans-Jörg, 8n6, 29n75
Simmel, Georg, 24
Sinnhafter Aufbau (Schütz), 437
Situation of the Age (Jaspers), 490
Smellie, Kingsley Bryce, 534
Smend, Rudolf, 162
Smith, Adam, 261
Smith, Preserved, 606
Snell, Bruno, 647-48
Sociality of the spirit, 60
Social Research, 340-41, 561, 565,
    590, 607
Social Science Research Council,
    347, 357, 583-85
Social sciences: methodological
    situation in sociology, 610-11;
   objectivity of, 491; schism in,
    611; and science of politics, 30.
    See also Political science
The Social Teaching of the
    Christian Churches
(Troeltsch), 273
Sociology, 610-11
Sociology of the State
    (Oppenheimer), 239
Socrates, 339, 555, 657, 660, 660-61
Solon, 260
Sombart, Werner, 502n1
Somerville, John, 479
Sorel, Georges, 161, 384, 453-54
Soul, 339, 368-69, 377, 504, 520-21,
    645, 648-49, 660
The Sources of Hate against
    Germans
(Scheler), 425, 439
    Southern Political Science
    Association, 237, 238, 241, 480,
    663, 665, 668
Sovereignty, 683-84, 688-89
Soviet Philosophy (Somerville), 479
Soviet Politics (Schuman), 455,
    468, 470-71
Spain, 385
Spann, Othmar, 6, 82, 587, 588n3
Speculum, 184, 190, 192, 194, 196,
    200, 206, 248
Spencer, Herbert, 160, 161, 261
Spengler, Oswald, 127, 252, 397, 415, 421, 499-500, 597, 707
Spinoza, Baruch, 160, 619
Spinoza (Wolfson), 645
Spirit, 660-61
Spiritualism, 709
Spiritual realism, 32
Spiritus mundi, 368
Spitzer, Leo, 345-46, 351, 407
Springer Publishing, 16, 91, 135,
    188-89, 197-98
Die Staatsführung nach
    deutschem, italienischem und
    bisherigem österreichischem
    Recht
(Pfeifer), 166-69
Staatslehre, 11-14, 16, 28, 61, 80,
    in, 115-16, 498, 504, 677-79
Staatsraison, 344
Staatswissenschaften, 28, 504
Stalin, Joseph, 385, 426, 467, 582
Starck, Taylor, 207n2, 409-10
State: idea of, 678-79; nation-state,
    23; and unity of law, 78, 685-86,
    690
State Department, U.S., 46, 111,
    300-303, 309, 310, 342, 622
Statesman (Plato), 504
Steinbeck, John, 236
Steiner, Herbert, 204, 250
Die Stellung des Menschen im
    Kosmos
(Scheler), 15, 295, 574
Stoerck, Felix, 291
Stöhr, Adolf, 447
Stoicism, 225, 264
Stolleis, Michael, 20n53
The Story of Political Philosophers
    (Catlin), 240
Stowe, Leland, 517
Strachansky, 540
"The Stranger" (Schütz), 381
Strauss, Benno, 341
Strauss, Leo: on Averroism,
361; and Cairns's positivism, 338; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 340-41; and Husserl, 379-80; On Tyranny by, 596; on philosophy, 53; and Platonic-Aristotelian science of politics, 338-40; "Political Philosophy and History" by, 608-9; on Rousseau, 560-61, 565; on Spinoza, 619; in Voegelin's intellectual circle, 64; Voegelin's interest in meeting, 125; writing by generally, 618-19
Structure of Social Action
    (Parsons), 294, 295
Studies in Mystical Religion
    (Jones), 273, 316
Study of History (Toynbee), 361-62,
    490, 574, 669
Sub specie Dei, 285
Sub specie hominis, 285
Sub-universes, 447-48
Suchy, 654, 666
Summa Theologica (Thomas
    Aquinas), 285, 343-44, 517
Sun symbolism, 124-25
Superbia vitae, 423
Suzuki, T. D., 589
Swisher, Carl B., 620, 663, 665, 668
Switzerland, 41 Syllabus Errorum, 401, 708
Symbols: of Atlantis saga, 496, 504;
and consciousness, 56-57; and political ideas, 52; restoration of luminosity of, 609; Voegelin's areas of study of, 159
Symposium (Plato), 339, 661
System of Philosophy (Jaspers), 354

Talmud, 579
Tamerlane, 33, 131, 158, 164, 190,
    194, 247-49
Tarn, William Woodthorpe, 279,
    615
Tartaglia, Niccolo, 587
Tate, Allen, 5 81
Tawney, R. H., 47, 279, 308, 309,
    709
Telos, 365-70, 372, 374, 378
Ten Commandments, 446
Tennenbaum, Hedy, 101, 512-19
Tennessee, 238
Tertiary Order, 566-67
Tezner, Friedrich, 291
Theaetrum Naturae (Bodin), 441
Theages, (pseudo-Plato) 660-61
Theaitetos (Plato), 495
Theogony, 662, 668
Theologia negativa, 415, 416-17
Theoria, 31-32, 53
Die Theorie der Politik (Fröbel),
    539
Theory, 2, 31-32, 53, 144~45, 643,
    686
Thirty Years' War, 630-31
This Great Stage (Heilman), 580-81
Thomas à Kempis, 375
Thomas Aquinas, Saint: and
amicitia in faith, 619; Berstel on, 517; and Cognitio fidei, 502; comprehensive approach of, 13, 53; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 280; on human substance (intellectus), 368; and justification by faith, 343-44; ontological assumptions of, 352; and predestination, 285, 417; Summa Theologica by, 285, 343-44, 517; and theory of action, 423; vision of, 517; Voegelin's interest in generally, 611
"Thomas Mann and Nietzsche"
    (Kaufmann), 418-19
Thompson, Mr., 174
Thucydides, 421, 660
Tillich, Paul, 437
Timaeus (Plato), 62, 495, 496, 504,
    511, 659
Timaeus Commentary (Cornford),
    574
Timur. See Tamerlane
"Tiresias" (Schütz), 437
Tocqueville, Alexis de, 490
Tolerance, 160
Tolstoy, Lev, 385
"The Totalitarian Climate"
    (Voegelin), 42-43, 697-99
Totalitarianism, 26-27, 42-43, 58,
    158, 242, 334-35, 697-99
"Totalitarian Politics" (Morstein-
    Marx), 242
Toynbee, Arnold: as Christian-
humanist historian, 709; and Dempf, 646; Engel-Janosi on, 668, 669; and Feibleman, 499-501; on general laws of history, 421; on God, 669; Gurian on, 361-62; and Kauder, 501, 502; and Mintz, 511; and myths, 502, 669; Study of History by, 361-62, 490, 574, 669; and Voegelin's proposed research on system of politics, 572-77, 642
Transcendence, 354, 373, 375-78,
    399, 417, 662
Treaty of Versailles, 467
Tribalism, 471
Triebel, Heinrich, 162
Trilling, Lionel, 581-82
Troeltsch, Ernst, 272, 279, 287, 359
Trois Reformateurs (Maritain), 574
Turgot, Anne-Robert-Jacques, 495
The Turn of the Screw (James),
    519-36, 544, 581
Tuscarora Indian Reservation, 231
TVA, 238

Über die Form des amerikanischen
    Geistes
(Voegelin). See On the
    Form of the American Mind

    (Voegelin) Übermensch, 495, 498
Ulich, Professor, 571
Unamuno, Miguel de, 623, 709
Unconscious, 62, 448, 496, 617
UNESCO, 593
Ungrund, 377
Unio mystica, 373
"The Unique and the General"
    (Wolff), 610-11
United Nations, 498
United States. See America
"The Unity of the Law and the
    Social Structure of Meaning
    Called State" (Voegelin), 78,
    685-86, 690
University of Alabama: enrollment
drop at, and Voegelin's leaving, 322-23, 324, 325, 326; job offers for Voegelin from, in 1946, 471- 75, 495, 507-10; job possibility for Voegelin at, 196, 205; salary for Voegelin at, 276; Voegelin's courses and lectures at, 216, 227, 241, 242-43, 245; Voegelin's reason for accepting job at, 274, 300, 301; Voegelin's teaching position at, 42, 216-18, 223-24, 228, 236, 545, 641
University of Berlin, 162, 190, 200
University of Chicago, 141-42,
    149-51, 667
University of Cincinnati, 199-201,
    216-17
University of Frankfurt, 115-17
University of Graz, 36, 38, 139,
    145, 147, 151, 193
University of Heidelberg, 162, 190,
    200
University of Vienna: academic
cliques at, 10; conditions in, during 1946, 455; faculty changes by National Socialists at, 154- 55, 409-10, 455; Voegelin's appointment for summer school at (1948), 566, 569-70, 577; Voegelin's dismissal from, 8, 38, 142-43, 167, 177, 189-90, 193-95, 212, 213, 588; Voegelin's teaching career at, 11-12, 36, 79-80, 86, 108, 112, 116, 129, 131, 136, 138, 143-44, 148-49, 150, 153-54, 156-57, 162-64, 167, 190, 199-200, 610-11; Voegelin's possible return to, 546, 549, 603
University of Washington, 569,
    592-93, 599-600
University of Wisconsin, 9, 116,
    153, 156-57, 162-65, 169, 190,
    200
Upanishads, 354
Urstiftung (primal establishment),
    364-65, 366, 387
The Use and Abuse of History
    (Nietzsche), 407
Utilitarianism, 404, 534-35
"Utilitarianism" (Voegelin), 452
Utopia, 259-60

Valéry, Paul, 138, 168, 204, 250,
    619
Van den Brück, Moeller, 127
Van Sickle, John, 10, 13-16, 79-81,
    91-92,110, 112-14
Vaterländische Front (Patriotic
    Front), 27, 45, 194, 194n3
Verantwortungsethik (ethics of
    responsibility), 102-3
Verdross, Alfred von: and
Adamovich, 654; and Austrian Committee for Coordinating International Studies, 170; and Austrian refugees' return to Vienna, 504-5; and book reviews by Voegelin, 188-89; and History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 503-4; and National Socialism, 409; and Neumann, 454; and "On Sander's General Political Science" by Voegelin, 455, 457n4, 504; Principles of the Ancient Philosophy of Law and the State by, 503; and references for Voegelin, 80-81, 92; and Voegelin's appointment for summer school at University of Vienna (1948), 566, 569, 577
Vergil (Haecker), 29, 95, 97-98
Vermont, 224, 227. See also
    Bennington College
Via negativa, 34, 135, 354 Vico, Giambattista: and Cogito
ergo sum, 587; and crisis of civilization, 708; and cycle theory of history, 480; Feibleman on, 499; in History of Political Ideas by Voegelin, 279, 287, 438, 495, 496; and myths, 61, 395, 561; and public office of philosopher, 57; and das römische Gespräch, 499-500; Rousseau compared with, 561; Scienza Nuova by, 487, 587
Victoria, Queen, 265
Vienna: conditions in, during 1946,
454-55, 481-83; Engel-Janosi's travel to, 586, 606, 614, 654, 655; Independent Institute of Social Studies proposed for, 10; intellectual circles of, 8, 43, 116; Jews in, 16, 109-10, 219-20; and National Socialism, 16; shops in, 261; Voegelin's academic beginnings in, 10-16, 116; Voegelin's courses and lectures for Vienna School for Adult Education, 12, 28, 142-43, 153, 673-75; Voegelin's possible return to, 546, 549, 576, 603, 618, 650-51. See also Austria; University of Vienna
Vienna School for Adult Education,
    12, 28, 32, 142-43, 153, 157,
    163-64, 673-75
Vierkandt, Alfred, 162
Virgil, 29, 95, 97-98, 435
Virgil (Broch), 435,436
Virtu, 460
Virtue, 561
Vita contemplativa, 407
Vitalism, 85-86 See : Leben-
    sphilosophie
Vitoria, Francisco de, 356, 466-67
Voegelin, Eric: academic beginnings
of, in Vienna, 8, 10-16; academic credentials of, and search for employment in America, 39-40, 144-62, 183, 190-96, 199-201, 205, 214-15; accent of, 243; adult education courses and lectures by, in Vienna, 12, 28, 142-43, 153, 157, 163-64, 673-75; American citizenship for, 46, 299, 337, 485-86, 636; in America on Rockefeller scholarship (1924- 1926), 9, 79, 116, 153, 162-63, 190; anamnetic experiments of, 2, 48, 56, 399-400, 480; Austrian citizenship of, 9; as autodidact, 437; automobile of, 570; at Bennington College, 42, 216, 217, 218, 223, 224, 227, 228, 246; as contemplative scholar, 43-44, 47, 63-64; curriculum vitae and research areas of, 115-17, 156-59, 162-64, 190-91, 199-200, 625; dismissal of, from University of Vienna, 8, 38, 142-43, 167, 177, 189-90, 193-95, 212, 213, 588; and draft in U.S., 333, 337, 356, 357, 636, 641; early teaching career of, 11-12, 36-38, 79-80, 86, 108, 112, 116, 127-28, 129, 131, 136, 138, 139, 142-44, 148- 49, 150, 153-54, 156-57, 162-64, 167, 190, 199-200, 610-11; education of, 8-9, 115-16, 162; emigration of, to America, 5, 8, 36-42, 172-82, 184, 197-98, 205, 214. 588, 641; false attribution of Jewishness of, 40, 166-69; family of, 115, 132, 544, 636-37; and family's involvement in National Socialism, 43, 213-14, 215. 233-34, 636-37; finances of, 12-13, 36, 42, 78, 79, 81-82, 86, 88, 90, 93, 98, 100, 109, 111-12, 120, 165, 174, 177, 347, 412, 434, 456, 519, 545, 550; and Gestapo, 6, 41, 177, 181, 192, 194, 195, 205, 409, 545, 636; health problems of, 262, 341, 589; home and garden of, in Baton Rouge, 475-77, 483, 485, 494, 503, 512, 519, 536, 544, 560, 601-2; home of, in Austria, 133-34, 214; housing for, in Cambridge during summer (1949), 625-26, 644, 656; influences on, 116-17; intellectual circle of, 8, 43, 63-64, 116; Kelsen's evaluation of scholarship of, 11, 676-82; language abilities of, 93-94, 164, 200, 241, 464, 479, 641; Layer's evaluation of scholarship of, 683-86; lecture topics proposed by, 218-19, 547-48; in London and Paris, 9, 13, 26, 29-30, 33, 79, 124-25, 127, 153, 163, 200; marriage of, 12, 93, 94, 95; Merkl's evaluation of scholarship of, 687-91; and mother's death, 132; as secretary of Austrian Committee for Coordinating International Studies, 27-28, 37, 153, 157, 164, 170-71, I74, 200; selection of letters of, 1-8, 65; translation of letters by, 66; vacations of, 235-36, 280, 282, 286, 306. See also Austrian refugees; Harvard University; Louisiana State University (LSU); National Socialism; University of Alabama; and specific works Voegelin, Lissy: American citizenship for, 485-86, 636; on Austria's destruction, 211-14; in Baton Rouge, 456, 475-76; and Despit, 411; emigration of, to America, 5, 8, 36-42, 172-82, 184, 197-98, 205, 214, 588, 641; engagement of, 88; English language abilities of, 207, 276; and exodus from Austria, 41; and family's involvement in National Socialism, 43, 213-14, 215, 233-34; and father's death, 544; health problems of, 262, 419, 456, 509, 510, 519; home and garden of, in Baton Rouge, 475-77, 483, 485, 494, 503, 512, 519, 536, 544, 560, 601-2; home of, in Austria, 133-34, 214; housing for, in Cambridge during summer (1949), 625-26, 644, 656; marriage of, 12, 93, 94, 95; parents and family background of, 115, 450, 453, 455, 456, 544, 636; and Schütz, 367; and shipping to Austria in postwar period, 466; and The Turn of the Screw by James, 535; vacation of, 235-36, 280, 282, 286, 306; in Vermont, 224, 227; and Waal's essays, 306; and Yale University, 549, 550
Volk, 349, 369
Völkerrecht (law of nations), 689
Völkischen (folk-ideologues), 226
Völkischer Beobachter, 136
Volksbildungseinrichtungen
    (Vienna's adult education
    institutions), 12, 28, 142-43, 153,
    157, 163-64, 673-75
Volksgeist, 102, 160
Volksleben (European peoples), 567
Volonté générale, 102, 103
Voltaire, 428, 430, 440, 518
Von Wiese, Leopold, 73-77, 74n1

Waal, Elizabeth de, 305-8, 308n1
Wagner, Gerhard, 3n4
Wagner, Richard, 407-8
Wagner in Bayreuth (Nietzsche),
    407
Wahnsinniger oder Prophet!
    (Muralt), 483-85, 497
Walz, Gustav, 129
Wandervogel movement, 349-50
The War against the West (Kolnai),
    203
Warfare, 426-27, 456. See also
    World War I; World War II
Warren, Robert Penn, 581, 595
Wartenberg, Count Paul Yorck von,
    348
"Was dürfen die Menschen wissen?" (Voegelin), 31
Watkins, Mr., 612, 626, 638
The Way of the German Race
    (Sailer), 118
The Ways of Faith
(Stöhr), 447
Weber, Alfred, 162
Weber, Marianne, 74, 75-76, 78,
    96-98
Weber, Max: and Baumgarten,
103-4; on charisma, 382; and consequences of rationalism, 395; critique of civilization by, 336, 397; on culture, 11, 13; and Dewey's doctrine of deliberation, 86; on dissolution by intellect, 73-74; and ethics of conviction, 97-98, 102-3; and ethics of responsibility, 73-74, 102-3, 266; followers of, 95; on forms of domination, 382; on Benjamin Franklin, 96-97; on historical ideal types, 270; illness of, 76, 104; influence of, on Voegelin, 677; and Jaspers, 57, 294, 396; on moral phenomena, 24; and nihilism, 206; on normative order, 685; on objectivity of social sciences, 491; Oppenheimer compared with, 239; and Parsons, 184, 270, 273, 287, 292, 293-96; on politics, 30; on power and domination, 14, 82; on predestination, 282, 285, 304; and reflective distance of scholar, 16; on relationship between Luther and Calvin, 616; and Schütz, 291; Voegelin's break with, 30, 36, 667; Voegelin's works on, 1, 10, 17, 71, 73-77, 97-98, 100, 266, 286, 287
Weigand, Hermann J., 542
Weinberger, Herr, 624
Weininger, Otto, 252
Weinzierl, Erika, 26n63
Weiss, Gilbert, 3n4, 8n7
Weltanschauung, 23, 28, 32, 33,
    134
Wesen und Formen der Sympathis
    (Scheler), 295-96
"Western Heritage" (Elliott),
    657-58
Whitehead, Alfred North, 9, 157,
    163, 186, 618
Whitton, John B., 200
Why England Fights (Tawney), 308
Wild, George, 574
Wilde, Oscar, 240, 447
Wilder, Thornton, 236
Willfort, Rita, 413-14, 414n1
William of Ockham, 280, 342, 356,
    400, 417
Williams, Benjamin Harrison, 240
Williamsburg Institute for National
    Policy, 272
Wilson, 262 Wilson, Edmund, 236
Wilson, Francis G., 492-93
Windelband, Wilhelm, 288
Winkler, Günther, n, 142-43
Winter, Ernst Karl, 274, 498, 504
Winternitz, Emanuel: address
of, 184; and Baumgarten's manuscript, 118; on emigrants' attitudes, 381; at Metropolitan Museum, 276, 486, 588; and Parsons' manuscripts, 251, 253; and Schütz's "On Multiple Realities," 436-37; teaching by, 142-43 .
Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft
    (Weber), 294
Wissenschaft, 5
Wissenschaftsgläubigkeit (faith in
    science), 29, 105
Wolfers, Arnold, 566, 568
Wolff, Julius, 349
Wolff, Kurt, 610-11
Wolfson, H. A., 617, 644-45
Wolters, Friedrich, 74, 83
"Women's Union for Personal
    Culture" (Voegelin), 90
World War I, 426, 630, 631
World War II, 45, 46, 245, 277, 307,
    411-13, 426-27, 439

Xenophon, 596

Yacobson, Sergius, 592
Yale Institute for International
    Relations, 597
Yale University: Brooks at, 595;
possible job offer for Voegelin from, 548-50, 560, 562-66, 568-69; lecture by Voegelin at, 547-48, 550, 557-58, 560, 566, 568, 570; Machlup at, 276; and Voegelin's job search, 192; Voegelin's studies at, 9, 153, 156-57, 162-63, 190, 200
"Yalu" (Valéry), 204
Years of Decision (Spengler), 127
Yin-yang principle, 501-2, 511
The Yogi and The Commissar
    (Koestler), 467
York Tracts, 385
Young, Allyn A., 157, 163

Zarathustra (Nietzsche), 415
Zeitschrift für öffentliches Recht,
    132, 135, 188-89, 194, 197-98,
    684
Zeno, 368-69
Zoon politikon, 352

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