INDEX

VOL 30 —Selected Correspondence:
1950-1984

Index of Correspondents
Main Index begins below

Abendzeitung, (Munich newspaper)
      letter to editor, 572-73
Adamson, Kenneth, 781-8. 2
Albright, William R, 421-23
Alexander, Mary D., 186-87
Allen, Richard, 521, 581, 637-38,
      748
Alsberg, Mr., 823
Anderson, Bernhard W., 419
Anderson, Charles D., 181-83
Anderson, Quentin, 703-4
Arendt, Hannah, 69-72
Aron, Raymond, 397-400
Asih, Naji al, 287

Babin, James, 710
Bagherzadeh, Firouz, 772-73
Balthasar, Hans Urs von, 56-57
Barraclough, Geoffrey, 753-54, 765
Baruzzi, Arno, 478-80, 837-38,
      851-53, 856
Baumgarten, Eduard, 95-99, 106-8,
      114-17
Beauchamp, Tom L., 750
Bell, Roderick, 846
Berger, Peter L., 551
Berheide, Michael, 863-64
Beum, Robert, 761-62
Bishirjian, Richard J., 662-63
Bradford, Melvin E., 673-74
Broersen, Theo, 804-5
Brooks, Cleanth, 510-11, 763-65
Brüning, Heinrich, 267-68
Buckley, William F, Jr., 847-49
Bueno, Anibal A., 860-61
Bultmann, Rudolf, 326-27
Bussanich, John, 861-62

Caine, Sidney, 403-4
Campbell, W. Glenn, 542-43,
      582-85, 601-3, 610-11, 658, 759,
      767-69
Clancy, Thomas H., 156-58,
      165-66
Clark, Henry, 827
Cohn, Norman, 325-26, 523-24,
      529-30
Cole, R. T., 459-60
Conant, Joseph M., 502
Cook, Thomas I., 187-88
Cooper, Barry, 838
Cornuelle, Richard C., 220-21,
      231-35, 263-65, 273-75
Crabb, Cecil V., Jr., 849
Cribb, T. Kenneth, Jr., 842
Crooks, Robert, 657
Cullmann, Oscar, 713

Danner, Karl-Heinz, 756, 762-63
Del Noce, Auguste, 577-79
Dempf, Alois, 47-49, 59-60, 62-63,
      282-84, 390-91, 408-9, 561-62,
      722-23
De Waal, Elizabeth, 209-11,
      383-86, 512-14, 558-61, 579-80
Diesing, Paul, 426
Dorter, Kenneth, 854
DuBrul, Stephen M., Jr., 460-61

East, Charles, 661-62
East, John, 819-20, 825, 840-41
Ellegood, Donald R., 247, 334-35,
      341, 346, 366-67, 379-81, 401-2,
      420-21, 433-34, 444-48, 458-59,
      619-20
Else, Gerald R, 627-29, 685-86
Ender, Wolfram, 708-9
Engel-Janosi, Friedrich, 50-52,
      63-65, 72-74, 90-92, 245-46,
      307-8, 464-66, 509, 644-46, 725,
      727, 769-70, 778-80, 788-89,
      824-25
Ernst, Carl W., 780-81, 786-87,
      829-30
Esslinger, William, 252
Ettinger, Karl E., 190-206

Fersch, Emerson C., 850
Fesler, James W., 309-10
Fine, Arthur L., 212-14
Fliess, Peter J., 250-51, 291-92, 457
Fraser, J. T., 574-75
Friedrich, Carl Joachim, 154-55,
      230-31, 386-89, 481-83
Friedrich, Paul J., 525-26

Gangi, William, 866
Gargan, Edward, 252-53, 357-58
Gebhardt, Jürgen, 683-84, 701-2,
      802-3, 811, 814-15, 869-70,
      873-76
Germino, Dante, 653, 805-6
Gordon, David, 692
Graham, George J., 857-58
Gurian, Waldemar, 65-66
Gurwitsch, Aron, 284-86, 296-97,
      314-17, 536-38
Gyorgy, Andrew, 711

Haber, Francis C., 564
Hagan, Charles B., 254-55
Hallowell, John H., 138-41, 404-5,
      700-701, 731-32
Hampel, Johannes, 865-65
Harris, Robert J., 425-26
Hartnett, Robert C., 226-27
Havard, William C., 336-38
Heilman, Robert, 103-6, 109-11,
      120-21, 171-73, 257-61, 287-91,
      293-96, 304-7, 359-61, 370-72,
      392-96, 428-32, 469-72, 493-
      99, 503-6, 638-40, 699-700,
      808-9
Henderson, James, 454-55
Henningsen, Manfred, 473-78,
      484-89, 532-34, 540-46, 592,
      594-601, 604-6, 611-18, 674-76,
      687-89, 695-98
Herwig, Hedda, 715-20
Hinderer, Walter, 792, 794-95
Horkheimer, Max, 248

Ineson, George W., 407-8
Jaffa, Harry V., 757
Jaffé, George, 275-76, 362-66,
      434-44
Jarrett, Beverly, 830-31
Jonas, Hans, 167-68
Jouvenel, Bertrand de, 223-26

Kauder, Emil, 92-93
Kelsen, Hans, 206-9, 214-18
Kendall, Willmoore, 310-12,
      381-83, 405-6
Kirk, Russell, 302-3, 649-50
Kissinger, Henry A., 410, 417-18
Konig, Marie, 576-77, 621-22,
      668-69, 680-81, 747-48, 828
Krausnick, Helmut, 570-72
Kunkel, Charles, 524-25
Kuntz, Paul G., 565

Larsen, J. A. O., 74-75
Laslett, Peter, 771
Leclerc, Ivor, 547-50, 556-58
Lee, Charles E., 313-14
Lester, Charles T., 569-70
Leuschner, Peter, 554-56
Levenson, Joseph R., 389
Levy, David, 859-60
Lewis, John D., 390
Lewy, Guenther, 466
Lippincott, Benjamin E., 100-102,
      237-38, 847-48
Littell, Franklin H., 691, 835
Lonergan, Bernard, 534-36
Low, Marianne, 55, 169-70
Löwith, Karl, 42-47, 111-13,
      589-90
Lyman, Lloyd G., 810

Mack, Arian, 692-93
Mallia, F. S., 712
Margenau, Henry, 624-25
Marshack, Alexander, 694
Masingill, E. Frank, 707-8
Mason, Henry L., 238-39
Masters, Professor, 834
McClain, Earnest, 817-18
McCurdy, Henry B., 222-23,
      243-45
McKinley, Erskine, 376-79
McKnight, Stephen, 795-98
McLuhan, Marshall, 173-74
Mercadante, Francesco, 587-89,
      622-23
Merkl, Adolf, 61-62
Meshman, V. R, 579
Middleton, Troy H., 169, 346-47
Moe, Henry Alien, 93-95, 261-62
Mohler, Armin, 396-97
Molnar, Thomas, 586, 678-79,
      682-83, 689-90, 706-7, 858
Mordstein, Friedrich, 649
Morgan, Everett, 650-51, 728-29
Morse, Theo F., 183-84
Müller, G. H., 831-32
Müller, Max, 489-92
Mure, G. R. G., 158-59
Murray, Michael, 634-36

Natanson, Maurice, 660-61
Naumann, Michael, 799-800
Nelson, Jeffrey M., 590
Neuhäusler, Johannes, 492-93
Nieli, Russell, 766-67
Niemeyer, Gerhart, 152-53, 321-
      23, 348-49, 467, 472, 517-18,
      526-27, 548-50, 552-54, 593-94,
      604, 620-21, 648, 652, 654,
      667-68, 742-44, 862-63
Norland, Donald R., 686-87

Ochsner, Alton E., 164-65
O'Connor, Eric, 538-39, 738-39,
      858-59
Ogden, H. S. V., 562-63
Ouellette, Jean, 418-19

Pannenberg, Wolfhart, 679-80,
      789-91
Parry, Stanley, 424
Pascal, Robert A., 411-13
Peters, Dr., 641-42
Phillabaum, Leslie E., 749, 758-60,
      775-78
Pirayech, Purandocht, 773-74
Platt, Michael, 803-4, 819-20
Polin, Raymond, 280
Pollock, James K., 227-28
Purcell, Brendan, 737-38, 815-16,
      856-57, 866-67, 875
Quispel, Gilles, 507

Regnery, Henry, 240-42, 501,
      573-74, 732-35, 736-37, 755-56
Rosen, Roberta, 851
Rosenzweig, Wilhelm, 461-64
Rotstein, Abraham, 844-45
Ryan, Lawrence V., 724

Salin, Edgar, 66-68
Sandoz, Ellis, 705-6
Schabert, Tilo, 864-65
Schima, Hans, 60-61
Schmitt, Carl, 88-90, 249-50
Schmölz, Franz-Martin, 659-60
Schüddekopf, Jürgen, 142-49
Schuettinger, Robert, 625-26
Schütz, Alfred, 55-59, 68-69,
      83-88, 102-3, 117-19, 122-37,
      149-50, 160-61, 174-78, 185-
      86, 228-29, 265-66, 300-304,
      312-13, 317-18, 331-32, 342-43,
      358-59, 367-69
Scurria, Josephine, 332-33
Sebba, Gregor, 480-81, 500, 522-23,
      528-31, 539-40, 566-69, 633-34,
      636, 642-43, 677-78, 702-3, 705,
      735, 739-40, 742, 751-53
Sedlmayr, Hans, 654-57, 663-64,
      669-71, 720-22, 782-84, 812-13,
      816-17
Sisk, John P., 726-27, 730
Smellie, K. B., 151-52
Smith, Wilfred Cantwell, 793-94
Spears, Monroe K., 159-60
Stanford, Donald E., 665-67
Stoke, Harold W., 335-36
Stokes, William S., 236-37, 239-40
Stone, Sheppard, 372-75
Strauss, Leo, 41-42, 53-54, 75-83,
      166-67
Styron, A., 150
Sweeney, Tony, 870-71

Talmon, J. L., 529
Tashjean, John, 741
Taubes, Jacob, 161-64, 178-80,
      266-69, 281, 286-87, 518-20,
      835-37
Templeton, Kenneth, 327-30,
      839-40
Thompson, Kenneth, 255-57,
      271-73, 298-300, 318-21, 349-56
Time magazine, 153-54
Tonsor, Stephen J., 591-92, 618-19,
      646-47, 691-92
Topitsch, Ernst, 229-30
Toynbee, Arnold J., 339-41

Ullrich, Luise, 818-19
Unna, Embassy Counselor, 507-8,
      510

Vahanian, Gabriel, 520-21
Vazquez, Edward H., 587
Verdross, Alfred, 269-71
Vivas, Eliseo, 511-12
Vondung, Klaus, 785-86, 787, 801-
      2, 806-8, 813-14, 833, 841-44,
      855, 867-69
Von Elmenau, Johannes, 448-51
Von Rad, Gerhard, 248-49, 328-29,
      409-11
Vree, Dale, 799-99

Wagner, Fritz, 606-10
Wagner, Helmut H. F., 413-17
Waines, J. G., 745
Walsh, David, 872-73
Walsh, Edward A., 277-78
Ware, Richard A., 452-54, 468-69,
      515-16
Watanabe, Michael S., 695
Webb, Eugene, 821-22, 825-27, 843
Weisskopf, Walter A., 714
Weller, LeGrand J., 427-28
Wentworth, Richard L., 516-17,
      629-32
Wieck, Fred D., 246-47
Wilhelmsen, Frederick D., 672
Williamson, René de Visme,
      344-45
Willits, Joseph H., 189-90
Wilson, Francis G., 170-71, 323-25,
      356-57, 451-52
Winternitz, Emanuel, 218-20,
      279-80, 343-44, 746
Wolff, Helen, 242-43

Zimmerman, Charlotte, 456
Zolla, Elemire, 575-76, 651, 711-12
Zucker, Wolfgang M., 623-24, 626






Main Index (A-E)

See the separate Index of Correspondents (above) for a list of the recipients of Voegelin's letters.
Abélard, 49, 51, 617
Abendländische Eschatologie
    (Taubes), 144
Abendländische Humanität
    (Krüger), 301
Abendländische Klosterbaukunst
    (Braunfels), 617
Abendroth, Wolfgang, 263-64
Abendzeitung, 572-73
Abgrund, 635
Abraham Apocalypse, 859
Academic institutions. See Higher
    education; and specific colleges
    and universities
Académie française, 108n3
Academy of Political Science, 361,
    367-69, 370, 379
Academy of Religion, Chicago, 875
Achilles, 105
Acquisition par 1'expérience, 316
Actualization, 595-96, 600
Adams, John, 766
Adamson, Kenneth, 781-82
Adeliges Landleben und
    europäischer Geist (Brunner),
    51-52
Adenauer, Konrad, 526n2
Adler, Alfred, 612
Adler, Sandy, 19
Adorno, Theodor W., 121n2, 597,
    601, 602, 792
Aeschylus, 60, 79-80, 295, 666, 823
Affrontements mystiques (Lubac),
    147
Agathon, 82, 439, 605
Agnosticism, 207
Agnostos Theos, 670
Aisthesis, aisthenastai, 475
Aitia (four causa ), 436, 438, 491
Aition (divine ground of being),
    473, 491
Alazoneia, 697
Albright, William F, 146, 201, 253,
    421-23
Albrizio, Conrad, 97, 99n3, 360-61
Alchemy. See Magic and alchemy
Alchemy and Artificial Intelligence
    (Dreyfus), 695
Aletheia (truth), 46, 475, 832
Alexander, Mary D., 186-87
Alexander III, 51
Alexander the Great, 695-98
Alienation: Bellow on, 592;
    Campanella on, 541-42, 545;
    Doderer on, 655; and egomania
    of genius, 655; Stefan George
    on, 702; Hauser on, 541, 542n3;
    and imagination, 714; Laing on,
    545-46; Marcuse on, 602; Marx
    on, 833; and revolution, 714;
    topics related to, 629; Weisskopf,
    713-14
Alienation and Economics
    (Weisskopf), 714
Allen, Richard: career of, 521n1,
    581, 637, 645, 646n3, 748; and
    German universities, 581; and
    Hoover Institution, 521, 544,
    546, 637-38; and Kissinger,
    637, 638n1, 645; Voegelin's
    correspondence with, 521, 581,
    637-38, 748; and Voegelin's move
    to Hoover Institute, 521, 581
Alsberg, Mr., 823
Alt, Albrecht, 422
Altizer, Thomas J. J., 480-81, 513,
    523
Altruism, 643
Am Anfang der Kultur (König),
    747, 748n2
Amati, Emmanuel, 621
American Academy of Religion,
    783, 785
America National Catholic Weekly
    Review, 226-27
American Political Science
    Association (APSA), 705-6;
    and conservatives, 472, 668;
    and Gebhardt, 701-2, 706, 811;
    Hallowell and panel on Order
    and History (1960) at, 404, 413,
    414-15; and Henningsen, 668;
    Niemeyer's focus on Voegelin
    (1964) at, 472; and Sandoz, 701,
    705-6, 809; and status of political
    science, 100, 194, 201; Voegelin's
    knowledge about, 397; Voegelin's
    presentation (1960) at, 402, 421
American Political Science Review,
    170, 253, 270
American Sociological Association,
    201
Amherst College, 473
Amicitia, 78
Amor Dei, 487
Amor Dei intellectualis, n4, n5
Amor sapientiae, 85
Amor sui, 487
Amour de soi, 643
Analogia entis, 46, 104, n9-30,
    371, 419, 488, 751
Analytica Posteriora (Aristotle),
    303, 451, 475
Anamnesis (Voegelin): American
edition of, 516-17, 590, 631, 810, 830, 834, 841, 854; and Berger, 551; and Brooks, 510; compared with Praz's Mnemosyne, 684; and Engel-Janosi, 509; functions of, 504; and Gurwitsch, 537; and Heilman, 504-5; length of, 504, 510; literary form of, 505; and Meshman, 579; and Nelson, 590; and Niemeyer, 517, 526, 552-53, 810, 834; on noetic and pneumatic experiences, 600, 605; organization of, 505; publication of, 11-n, 470, 483, 500, 510, 792n1; relationship of, to In Search of Order, 504, 514, 516-17; reviews of, 509, 552-53, 854; sales of, 836; and Sebba, 500, 522; and Wagner, 607
Anatomy (Rembrandt), 803
Anaximander, 797
Ancient Egyptian Religion
    (Frankfort), 146
Ancient Near Eastern Texts
    (Pritchard), 201, 222
Anderson, Bernhard W., 419
Anderson, Charles D., 181-83, 222
Anderson, Quentin, 699, 701,
    703-4, 726
Andreia, 163, 719
Androgyn and androgynous myth,
    652, 654, 688
Andrzejewski, Stanislav, 398,
    400n4
Angoisse, 684
Anima mundi, 605, 614
Anima naturaliter Christiana, 77
Anna Karenina (Tolstoy), 362
Anoia, 854
Anselm, 677, 829
Anthemius of Tralles, 670
Anthony and Cleopatra
    (Shakespeare), 855
Anthropomorphism, 77
Antinomism, 249
Antipater, 696
Anti-Semitism, 70, 135, 571, 691.
    See also Jews
Anxiety, 689
Apeiron, 797
Apeitheia (existence in revolt),
    594-95
Aphanes noos, 45
Apocalypse and apocalypticism:
    Abraham Apocalypse, 859;
    Altizer on, 480-81; and ecumenic
    empires, 872-73; and gnosticism,
    844-45; and Gospels, 688; and
    Hegel, 845; and Henningsen,
    489; intellectual strands of,
    761; John's Apocalypse, 817;
    and magic, 249; and Paul's
    vision, 736; poets on, 480-81;
    and secularist, immanentist
    movements, 481
Apokalypse der deutschen Seele
    (Balthasar), 57, 144, 153
Apokatastasis, 64, 752
Apology (Plato), 81
A priori forms of thought, 442
APSA. See American Political
    Science Association (APSA)
Arberry, Arthur J., 781
Arche, 367
Archeology: and Ebla Archives, 866;
and Akkadian bronze head, 25, 287; and Albright's critique of Voegelin's work, 421-23; in Bretagne, 768, 770, 773, 813; and caves of Ile-de-France, 13, 37, 675, 746, 784, 824, 826; in China, 752, 754; in Crete and Malta, 661, 712, 721, 734, 764, 770, 772, 773, 865; and Engel-Janosi, 770; in Iran, 764, 772-74, 782; in Ireland, 737, 738, 740, 745, 747, 748, 764, 770, 772, 865; König and prehistoric symbols, 13, 576-77, 641-42, 669, 675, 677, 680-81, 694, 747, 828, 865; in Louisiana, 866; at New Grange, 738, 740, 745, 747, 748, 764; and prehistoric symbols of God, 664; recent developments in, 753-54, 770, 784; scholarship on, 146, 667; and Sedlmayr, 664, 745; in Spain, 764, 768, 770; and Stupa of Sanchi, 745, 764; in Turkey, 736, 738, 771, 772-74, 779, 782; Voegelin's trips related to generally, 13; in Yucatan, 698, 699, 700-701, 764, 770, 772
Archeology of Israel (Albright), 423
Architects of the Parthenon, The
    (Carpenter), 722
Architecture, 364-65, 633, 670,
    720-22, 753, 772, 816-17. See
    also Arts
Architecture and the Phenomena
    of Transition (Giedion), 720
Arendt, Hannah: as conservative,
    709; and Hoover Institution,
    544; and Voegelin on Origins
    of Totalitarianism,
6, 11,
    69-72, 155n22, 174; Voegelin's
    correspondence with, 69-72; and
    Voegelin's Order and History,
    405
—Works: On Violence, 693; The
    Origins of Totalitarianism,
6,
    69-72, 155n22, 174n2
Arensberg, Conrad M., 116
Arete, 41-42
Aristocracy, 52
Aristoteles (Jaeger), 146
Aristotle: on aisthesis, 475; on aitia
(four causae ), 436, 438, 491; on aition (divine ground of being), 491; and Alexander, 695-98; Aron on, 58; on Being, 338; on Beyond, 873; on bios theoretikos, 44; on consciousness, 505; discussion of, at LSU Colloquium on Humanities, 105; on endless return of the same within history, 132; and episteme, 41-42; on episteme politike, 85; on ethics, 159; on eudaimonia, 440; on existence, 526, 527; and experiential matrix, 568; Gilson on, 527; on God, 690; on good society, 451; and Henningsen, 695-98; on human nature, 104, 117, 119, 128, 363, 439-40, 594, 600-601, 854; on intention of act, 165; on kinesis, 437; literary remains of, 535; on metalepsis, 557; and metaphysics, 434, 439-41, 490-91, 526, 541; on methods of social sciences, 185, 201, 216; on nous, 78, 485; Oehler's research on, 376-77; ontology of, 178; paradigm of, as not "ideal," 385; on peripherocentrism, 547, 549-50; on peri ta anthropina, 13; on philia, 2, 78; on philia politike , 230, 393; Plato's relationship with, 209, 295; on poets, 431; on polis, 387, 697; on politike episteme, 367; on potentiality and actuality, 557; and proof of God, 435-42; on prote arche, 823; on relevance, 118; on science, 827; on slaves by nature, 425; on soul, 78; on spoudaioi, 696; study of, and history of theory, 101; on telos, 43-44; on tension of existence, 809; on tragedy, 295, 296, 563; on virtues, 85, 104, 124, 217; in Voegelin's Order and History, 223, 244
—Works: Analytica Posteriora,
    303, 451, 475; De Anima, 160,
    439; De Caelo, 439; Metaphysics,
    439, 440, 441, 486, 505, 526,
    595, 854; Nicomachean Ethics,
    85, 118, 185, 440, 475, 476, 696;
    Physics, 439; Poetics, 431, 563;
    Politics, 440, 696, 697, 741
Arnim, Bettina von, 833
Arnold, Gottfried, 706
Aron, Raymond: and Basel Seminar,
    384; at New York conference on
    political thought (1972), 734; on
    postwar world in France, 61; and
    Rheinfelden Congress, 397-400;
    and Toynbee conference in
    Normandy, 342; Voegelin's
    correspondence with, 397-400;
    Voegelin's meeting with, 3,
    57-58, 61; and Voegelin's Order
    and History,
400
Artist as Critic: Critical Writings
    of Oscar Wilde, The
(Ellman),
    597
    Artistic inspiration, 343-44
Arts: and architecture, 364-65, 633,
    670, 720-22, 753, 772, 816-17;
    and art history, 5, 636, 670-71,
    684, 812, 816-17; Christ's image
    in, 742; in Japan, 785, 788-89; and
    Mannerism, 633, 636; McLuhan's
    classification of, 173-74; modern
    art, 470, 623; in Phillips Gallery,
    812
Asceticism, 617
Asih, Naji al, 287
Äesthetische Erziehung (Schiller),
    795
Astronomy, 784
Athanasius, 124
Athanatizein, 476
Atheism, 120, 441, 513
Athens, 68, 80-82, 136, 146, 291,
    295
Atomic Energy in Cosmic and
    Human Life
(Gamow), 62
Attention à la vie, 316
Atwood, Sanford S., 522
Aufgang Europas (Heer), 48-51
Aufweichung (intellectual
    "watering down"), 413-17
Augustine, Saint: on amor
sapientiae, 85; analysis of consciousness by, 505; college students' understanding of, 594; conversion of, 123, 600; discussion of, at LSU Colloquium on Humanities, 105; on fantastica fornicatio, 79; on forgiveness, 655; on human nature, 487; Niemeyer on, 862-63; on predestination, 133-34; on progressus, 129; and retractationes, 343; on revelation, 78; on Roman Empire, 130; and sacred history, 43, 44; on sacrificium confessionis, 864, 865n2; on sapientia, 77, 78, 79; study of, and history of theory, 101; on Trinity, 78; on Varro, 811; writings by, 276, 600, 864, 865n2
Auschwitz trials, 11
Authoritarian State, The
    (Voegelin), 396
Autobiographical Reflections
(Voegelin), 4
Autonomy, 852
Autoritäre Staat, Der (Voegelin),
    237
Averroes, 89
Avicenna, 527
Axis time, 45, 145, 765, 768
Ayer, A. J., 526

Baader, Franz Xaver von, 109-10,
    294
Babeuf, François, 517
Babin, James, 710
Babylonia, 159, 410
Baerwald, Hans H., 366, 374
Bagherzadeh, Firouz, 772-74, 774
Bakunin, Mikhail, 362-63
Baldner, Gabriella, 597-98
Ball, George, 544
Balthasar, Hans Urs von: and
    Catholicism, 65, 91; influence
    of, on Voegelin, 56-57, 64;
    and Origen, 66; as student
    of Przywara, 147; Voegelin's
    correspondence with, 56-57;
    Voegelin's meetings with, 3, 4,
    57, 64, 65, 94
—Works: Apokalypse der
    deutschen Seele,
57, 144,
    153; Liturgie cosmique, 147;
    Prometheus, 113, 144, 155, 387,
    872; Theologie der Geschichte,
    64, 65, 147
Balzac, Honoré de, 65
Bark, W. C, 521
Barker, Ernest, 425
"Baroque and Mannerism" (Sebba),
    633,636
Barraclough, Geoffrey, 9, 435,
    448-51, 484, 753-54, 758, 765,
    768
Barth, Hans, 58
Barth, Heinrich, 58
Barth, Karl: college students'
understanding of, 594; and Engel-Janosi, 64; on faith, 599; on Hegel, 601; liberal theology of, 596; and Mariology, 64, 65-66, 128-29; and mysticism, 596-97, 599; as Protestant theologian generally, 147; and Schütz, 58; Voegelin's meeting with, 3, 62, 64, 65-66, 94; Voegelin's study of, 822; writings by, 58, 601
Baruzzi, Arno, 478-80, 485, 837-38,
    851-53, 856
Basil Blackwell, publisher, 870-71
Basileus , 83
Basilikos, 697
Battle of the Books (Swift), 605
Baudelaire, Charles-Pierre, 726
Baumgarten, Eduard, 6, 95-99,
    106-8, 114-17, 324
Baur, Ferdinand Christian, 872
Beatitude, 44
Beauchamp, Tom L., 750
Beck, publisher, 435, 444-45, 509
Becker, Howard, 116
Becker, L. D., 530-31
Beckett, Samuel, 478
Beckford, William Thomas, 479
"Bedeutung des Christentums in
    der Philosophie Hegels, Die"
    (Pannenberg), 679
Beerbohm, Max, 561
"Beginning and the Beyond, The"
    (Voegelin), 783, 785, 788, 810,
    818, 830, 832, 869
Begriff (concept), 679
Begriff des Politischen, Der
    (Schmitt), 90n1, 184
Behaviorism, 736, 839
Behistun inscription, 136
Being: and existence, 526; ground
    of being, 473, 491, 823; Heidegger
    on Being versus beings, 634-
    35, 729; hierarchy of, 556-58;
    Parmenides on, 475, 514, 549;
    Plato on, 338; Rahner on, 728-29
    Being and Time (Heidegger), 111,
    490
Belief, 513. See also Faith
Bell, Roderick, 846
Bellow, Saul, 592
Ben Gurion, David, 323
Benjamin, Walter, 601
Bentham, Jeremy, 124
Bentzen, Aage, 266, 267n2
Benz, Ernst, 268, 269n2, 331-32
Benziger Co., publisher, 334-35,
    336, 338, 444
Berber, Professor, 374
Berger, Peter L., 551
Bergson, Henri: and Christianity,
139; on closed versus open society, 53, 145, 427; on elan vital, 614; and existentialism, 148, 682; influence of, on Voegelin, 822; lack of interest in, among German academics, 836; on moral cultures of human societies, 159; and Schütz, 58, 660; social ineffectiveness of writing by, 693; on transcendence, 145; in Voegelin's New Science of Politics, 145
—work: Deux sources de la morale
    et de la réligion,
101, 125, 128,
    145, 152, 185, 616, 660, 693, 780,
    830
Bergsträsser, Arnold, 114, 115, 484
Berheide, Michael, 863-64
Berith, 698
Berkeley, George, 639
Bermann-Fischer, Gottfried, 763
Bernhard, Saint, 617
Bernstein, Leonard, 779
Berns, Walter, 310, 392, 742
Berossos, 409, 411
Besson, Waldemar, 532
Bethe, Hans, 63
Bettschardt, Dr., 334-35
Beum, Robert, 761-62
Beyond ( epekeina ), 135, 440, 751,
    829, 868, 873-74
Beyond Culture (Trilling), 592
Beyond the Pleasure Principle
    (Freud), 606
Bianchi, Ugo, 761
Bible: Clarice's commentaries on,
217, 219; conservatives' criticism of Voegelin's analysis of, 863; on faith, 43, 45, 104; God of Old Testament, 135; Gospels in, 126, 216-17, 361, 372, 605, 626, 630, 654, 661, 688-89, 690, 699, 729, 875; Overbeck on New Testament, 126; priests' writings in Old Testament, 409-10, 411; prophets in, 71, 145, 177; and revelation, 76; Voegelin's study of, 176, 418; Rad's interpretations of Old Testament, 409-11, 422, 589; and Wycliffe, 388, 673, 757. See also specific books of Bible
Bibliographia Cartesiana (Sebba),
    503
Bildungsbürgerlich, 807
Biology, 834
Bios theoretikos (life of the spirit),
    44, 104
Birth of Civilization in the Near
    East, The
(Frankfort), 146
Bishirjian, Richard J., 662-63, 813,
    836
Bismarck, Otto von, 792
Black Spring (Henry Miller),
    478-79
Blake, Patricia, n1n1
Blake, William, 480-81
Bloch, Ernst, 470, 481, 601, 792
Bloom, Valeric, 637
Blumenberg, Hans: and
    International Society for the
    Study of Time, 574-75; meeting
    between Taubes, Kojève,
    Voegelin and, 518-20; and
    offprints from Institute for
    Political Science, University
    of Munich, 541; on origin of
    "ungeheure Spruch," 466n6;
    and political theory generally,
    584; writings by, 466n6, 519n2,
    520n2, 564
Blutrausch (blood intoxication),
    804-5, 806
Bobek, 121
Bochenski, Joseph M., 429
Bodin, Jean: college students'
understanding of, 101; and experience, 682; on Jesus Christ, 89; Maimonides's influence on, 123; and mysticism, 780; Sabine on, 71; Schmitt on, 88-89; Talmudic influence on, 133, 134; on tolerance, 71; Voegelin's unpublished work on, 810; writings by, 89
Boethius, 782
Böhm, Karl, 779
Böhme, Jakob, 619
Böhme, Robert, 641, 649, 706, 712,
      723, 872
Bohner, Hermann, 668
Bollingen Foundation, 229, 232,
      371-72
Bone, Hugh, 496-97
Bonhoeffer, Dietrich, 594, 596
Boniface, Pope, 179-80, 212
Bonum commune, 225
Bossuet, Jacques-Bénigne, 660
Boston College, 253n1, 868
Bracher, Karl Dietrich, 484
Bradford, Melvin E., 673, 674n1
Brandeis University, 482
Brandon, Samuel George Frederick,
      506, 564, 574, 583, 713
Brandt, Conrad, 205
Braunfels, Wolfgang, 617
Braziller, publisher, 767
Brecht, Arnold, 390
Brecht, Bertolt, 499
Brennan, 526-27
Bretagne, 768, 770, 773, 813
Breton, André, 714, 761
Bright, John, 421-23
Brihadaranyaka, 276
Brinkley, George, 648
Britain. See England
Broch, Hermann, 306, 724, 861
Broersen, Theo, 804-5
Brooklyn College, 586
Brooks, Cleanth, 383, 493, 506,
      510-11, 763-65
Brown, Donald, 482
Brown v. Board of Education , 425
Bruce, Frederick Fyvie, 506
Brucker, Johann Jakob, 705
Brüning, Heinrich, 47, 49n3,
      267-68
Brunner, Otto, 51-52, 822
Bruno, Giordano, 128, 130
Buber, Martin, 179, 323, 422, 589,
      816
Buchanan, Scott, 159
Buchheim, Hans, 374, 377, 378,
      532, 540
Buck Hill Falls Conference, 263,
      311
Buckley, William F, Jr., 587, 847,
      848-49
Buddha and Buddhism, 145, 743,
    821. See also Zen Buddhism
Bueno, Anibal A., 860-61
Bühler, Karl and Charlotte, 121n2
Bultmann, Rudolf: on Gnosis,
387; on history and eschatology, 326-27; on magic and prophets, 249; and mysticism, 597; on New Testament, 216-17, 327; and Old Testament, 419; Voegelin's correspondence with, 326-27; Voegelin's meetings with, 261, 264, 387, 419; and Voegelin's Order and History, 327; Voegelin's study of, 822; writings by, 144, 216-17, 326-27
Burckhardt, Carl J., 307
Burckhardt, Jacob, 66-67, 68n1,
      795
Burckhardt and Nietzsche (Salin),
      66-67, 68n1
Burdach, Konrad, 51, 52n5, 143,
      155
Burden of Egypt, The (Wilson), 146,
      201
Burgess, John W., 202
Burke, Edmund, 71, 639-40
Burke, Kenneth, 120
Burke, Miss, Henry Regnery Co.,
      528
Burlesque, 498-99
Burnham, James, 58
Burrell, David B., 826
Busch, Wilhelm, 215
Bussanich, John, 724, 780, 781,
      861-62
Butterfield, Herbert, 292
Büttner, Friedemann, 568
By Light, Light (Goodenough), 100
Byron, George Gordon Lord, 597

Caine, Sidney, 403-4
Calendars, ancient, 694
California: Heilmans' trip to, 392;
    home of Voegelins in, 33, 563,
    580, 587, 589, 591, 593, 637,
    644, 656, 828, 842; Voegelins'
    move to (1969), 548, 550, 555,
    559, 561, 562, 579-81; Voegelin's
    trip to (1953), 6, 161, 164, 167,
    169-72, I73n1; 175-76, 236.
    See also Hoover Institution,
    Stanford University; and specific
    universities
Callisthenes, 696
Calvin, John, 133-34
Calvinism, 64, 66, 86, 89, 93,
      133-34, 213
Campanella, Tommaso, 540,
      541-42, 545
Campbell, W. Glenn: as director of
Hoover Institution, 13, 543n1, 544, 581, 582; and projects for Hoover Institution, 582; as regent of University of California System, 603; and Voegelin's appointment to Hoover Institution, 542-43; Voegelin's correspondence with, 542-43, 582-85, 601-3, 610-11, 658, 759, 767-69; and Voegelin's Ecumenic Age, 768; and Voegelin's In Search of Order, 759, 768; and Voegelin's Science, Politics, and Gnosticism, 574; and Voegelin's vision for Hoover Institution, 12-13; and Voegelin's visit to Hoover Institution, 521; and Voegelin's writings, 610-11. See also Hoover Institution
Campenhausen, Hans von, 261
Camus, Albert, 13-14, 120, 144,
      151, 155
Canada, 532-33, 813, 819, 821,
      824-26, 836, 843-45
Candler Lectures (Emory
      University), 13, 502, 514,
      520, 523, 528, 531, 545, 559, 562,
      866
Cantos (Pound), 727
Cappelletti, Vincenso, 584, 627
Caringella, Paul, 19, 848, 855, 856,
      876
Carleton College, 167-68
Carlyle, John, 101
Carlyle, R. W., 101
Carnap, Rudolf, 120, 121n3
Carnegie Foundation, 375
Carpenter, Rhys, 722
Carter, Jimmy, 808
Cartesian Ego, 285, 316
Cartesian Meditations (Husserl),
      78-79
Cassirer, Ernst, 209, 386-87
Castro, Fidel, 657
Catholic Church and Nazi
      Germany, The
(Lewy), 466
Catholicism: attraction of, 98; and
Balthasar's Theology of History, 65; and Christology, 127; and Communists, 779; corruption of Christianity by, 126; and Counter-Reformation, 66o; and cultural obligation of the Church, 90-91; and essential Christianity, 130-31; in Germany, 92, 102, 493, 12, 724-25, 779; and Hitler, 724-25; in Latin America, 779; Lonergan on, 534; and Mariology, 64, 65-66, 128-29; and monasticism, 617-18; and National Socialism, 493n2, 724- 25, 779; and Reformation, 46, 58, 131, 147, 596; and salvation, 130; Schütz on, 102; in United States, l00-101; and Vatican ü, 456; Voegelin as "Catholic fellow traveler," 120-21. See also Christianity
Causa, 436, 491
Causation, 321-22, 443
Cave parable (Plato), 123, 806
Cervantes, Miguel de, 468, 762
Cézanne, Paul, 812
Chadwick, John, 308
Challenge of America (Schreiber),
      544
Charisma, 87
Chemistry, 558, 784
Chicago Oriental Institute, 145,
      162, 182-83, 201, 222, 274, 433,
      584
Chicago School of Sociologists,
      167n3
China: archeology of, 752, 754;
and barbaric border peoples, 167; and Buddhism, 139; Hoover Institution's focus on, 544; and human nature, 477; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 360, 376; Levenson on, 389; mysticism in, 487, 488; Opitz on, 560, 767-68, 769; philosophical schools in, 145; political theology of, 137; publications from, 49; and State Department, 73; in Voegelin's Order and History, 340, 446, 447 Chinas grosse Wandlung (Opitz) 767
Christ. See Jesus Christ
Christentum und Kultur
      (Overbeck), 126
Christian eschaton, 132, 133-34
Christian Gnosis (Baur), 872
Christianity: achievements of,
126-30; and anti-Semitism, 70 691; and Bergson, 139; Burke on the church, 639; and Christology, 126-27; civilizational collapse of, 180; Clebsch on, 851; and concept of "person," 782; core beliefs of, 112; cultural obligation of the church, 90-91; and culture, 138-39; and Ecumenic empires, 872-73; and eschatology, 125- 26, 132, 133-34; essential Christianity, 125-31; and glory of Beyond, 874; and gnosticism, 125, 135; and grace, 123, 128, 595, 596; Guardini on, 306, 307; Holy Spirit and the church, 128; and Inquisition, 385; and Joachim of Flora, 46; and Löwith's Meaning in History, 43-47;and mysticism, 46-47, 71, 89, 110, 131, 180, 487; Niemeyer on Eastern and Western Christianity, 322; Oehler on consensus in early church, 377; paganism versus, 44, 45, 147; Pascal on, 739; and passion, 394; persecution of Christians, 595, 596, 599; and pronoia, 845; and Reformation, 46, 58, 131, 147, 596; and revelation, 123, 476, 690; in Roman Empire, 110, 147;
Christianity ( continued ):
and sacred history, 43-47; scholarship on, 146-47; Schütz on, 122, 132n2; and secularization, 46; and soul, 78; symbols of, 110; theological literature of generally, 385; and theological speculation and its meaning, 129-30; and transcendence, 123-24, 133- 34; and Trinity, 78, 127-28, 868; via negativa of Christian meditation, 504-5; and virtues, 85, 124; Voegelin on importance of, 125-31; in Voegelin's New Science of Politics, 122-32; in Voegelin's Order and History, 306, 307-8, 361, 372, 380, 433; Wagner on, 416. See also Catholicism; Protestantism; and specific theologians
Christianity and Classical Culture
      (Cochrane), 74-75, 146-47
Christianity in European History
      (Clebsch), 851
Christology, 126-27. See also Jesus
      Christ
Church. See Catholicism;
      Christianity; Protestantism
Cicero, 783, 823
Cistercian movement, 617
Civilization and Freedom (Dewey),
      324
Civil theology, religion, 140, 743,
      815
Civitas Dei, 90-91, 385, 862
Clancy, Thomas H., 156-58,
      165-66
Claremont College, 567, 733, 757
Clark, Henry, 827
Clarke, Samuel, 217, 219, 608
Clark University, 590
"Classical Studies" (Voegelin). See
      "On Classical Studies" (Voegelin)
Clebsch, William A., 851
Clement of Alexandria, 76, 77
Closed versus open existence, 642
Closed versus open society, 53,
      145, 427
Cloud of Unknowing, 505
Cluniac order, 617
Cochrane, Charles N., 74-75,
      146-47
Cognitio fidei, 43, 513
Cohen, Hermann, 589, 766
Cohn, Norman, 325-26, 523-24;
      529-30, 675, 761
Cohn-Bendit, Daniel, 602
Cold War, 544
Cole, R. T., 459-60 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, 372
Collège de France, 108n3
Colleges. See Higher education; and
      specific colleges and universities
Collier, David, 736
Collingwood, R. G., 326
Colorado College, 855
Columbia University, 286, 287, 12,
      323, 699
Commentary, 466, 726
Committee for Displaced Scholars,
      132n3
"Common Sense and Scientific
      Interpretation of Human Action"
      (Schütz), 185
Common sense philosophy, 323,
      639, 822
Commons, John R., 822
Communism: anti-Communism
in America, 197, 429; and Barraclough, 448-51; Congressional investigation of, 189; and destruction of classical- Christian tradition, 136; and gnosticism, 162; Notre Dame symposium on alternatives to, 424, 429-30; paper on, at International Political Science Association, 365; resistance to, and Korean War, 157; Roosevelt's lack of knowledge on, 166, 214; and Sartre, 120; and U. S. State Department, 73, 214; Voegelin's trip to Zagreb, 514
Comparative Literature
      organization, 584
Compound actuality, 547, 549
Computers, 695
Comte, Auguste, 133, 515, 538,
      553, 636, 643, 693
Conant, Joseph M., 502
"Concept and Theory Formation
      in the Social Sciences" (Schütz),
      228
Concept of Order, The (Kuntz), 565
"Concepts of Revolution"
      (Tashjean), 741
Conceptualization, 672
Concrete universal, 563
Condition humaine, 147, 714
Condorcet, Marquis de, 538, 791
Condurability, 492
Conference on the Study of Time
      (19691, 642-43
Confessiones (Augustine), 276, 600,
      864, 865n2
Confluence, 230-31
Confucian China and Its Modern
Fate
(Levenson), 389
Confucius, 105, 106, 376
Congressional Committee
      to Investigate Tax Exempt
      Foundations, 189-206
Conrad, Joseph, 700
Conscience, 98-99
Consciousness: Aristotle on,
505, 557; Augustine on, 505; Bueno on, 860-61; classic philosophy on, 690; comprehensive consciousness, 555; concepts on existential content of, 552-53; and concrete universal, 563; depth-dimension of experience, 604-5, 613-15, 619; and existentialism, 513; Gebhardt on, 811; Gospels on, 690; Gurwitsch on, 536-37; Heraclitus on, 504, 505; Husserl on, 537, 566; and imagination, 714; and intentionality, 809; Locke on, 811; and Marx, 362; public consciousness, 611-12; and reason, 714; revolution of, 719; science of, 512-13, 563; and symbols, 563, 864-66; and Theory of the Universals, 523; and true self and false self, 555, 687-88; and Voegelin's Anamnesis, 552-53; and Voegelin's "Immortality," 552; and Voegelin's In Search of Order, 517; Wolff on, 811
Conservatives: and American
Political Science Association, 472, 668; Arendt as, 709; and economic issues, 863-64; and Hayek, 864; ideology of, 258-59; at Notre Dame, 425-26; and Philadelphia Society, 733, 734; Poe on, 763-64; reception of Voegelin's work among, 840-41, 863-64; Social Research issue on, 625, 733; and Strauss, 864; symposium on "Conservative Approaches in the Human Sciences," 551; Tonsor as, 618-19; Voegelin labeled as, 625, 708, 733; and Voegelin's refusal to contribute to conservative periodicals, 590, 591-92, 625-26, 733
Constitutional democracy. See
      Democracy
Constitution, German, 572-73
Constitution, U. S., 425, 733
Consubstantiality, 492
Contracted self, 562, 704
Conversio, 719
Conversion (Nock), 147
Cook, Thomas I., 101, 180, 187-89
Cooper, Barry, 2, 20, 838
Copernicus, 128
Corbin, Henri, 826
Coriolanus (Shakespeare), 803
Cornford, Frederick M., 685
Cornuelle, Richard C., 220-21,
      231-35, 263-65, 273-75, 330
Corpus Christi mysticum, 126
Corpus Hermeticum, 784, 791
Corpus mysticum, 484
Cosmogony, 437
Cosmos, 614-15, 673, 690, 787,
      797-98
Cosmos et gloire (Frank-Duquesne),
      64, 65
Coudenhove-Kalergi, Richard
Nikolaus, Count, 709
Council of Florence, 599
Council of Trent, 608
Counter-idea, 135-37
Counter-Reformation, 660
Counterrevolution, The (Molnar),
      679, 689
Cour, Father, 593
"Course of a Particular, The"
      (Stevens), 665-66
Court traité de 1'existence
      (Maritain), 41
Cowan, Louise, 764
Cox, Harvey, 513
Crabb, Cecil V. Jr., 849
"Creative Friendship, A" (Regnery),
      732-34
Creativity, 868
Creel, Herlee G., 162
Crete, 661, 712, 764, 770, 772, 773
Cribb, T. Kenneth, Jr., 842
Crime, 428-29, 433, 644
Crimen infandum, 184
Crisis and renewal, 142-49
Critchfield, Charles, 63
"Criterion by Which Truth and
      Heresy Are Distinguished, The"
      (Clement of Alexandria), 77
Critias (Plato), 82, 96
Critic, The, 357-58
Critics and Criticism, 257-58
Critique, La, 274
Critique of Pure Reason (Kant), 437
Croce, Benedctto, 326
Crooks, Robert, 657
Cross, Frank Moore, 483, 494
Crusades, 167
Cuba, 657
Cujas, Jacques de, 217
Cullmann, Oscar, 45, 688, 713
"Cult of the Self, The" (Molnar),
      678, 682-83
Culture, 138-39, 167
Cummings, E. E., 805
Cusanus. See Nicolaus Cusanus
Cushing, Cardinal, 456
Cyclical historical speculation, 139
Cyrus, 696, 698
Czechoslovakia, 157
Czisch, Wolfgang, 32

Daemons, The (Doderer), 306
Daimonia, 79
Dalhousie University, 793-94
Daniel, Glyn, 753
Daniel, Book of, 481, 608
Danielou, Jean, 66, 147
Danner, Karl-Heinz, 756, 762-63
D'Annunzio (Julian), 769
Darius, 696
Darlington, 707, 745
Dartmouth College, 804n1
David, King, 271
Davy, Georges, 280
Dawson, Christopher, 197
De Anima (Aristotle), 160, 439
Death of Virgil, The (Broch), 306,
      724
De Caelo (Aristotle), 439
Dechend, Hertha von, 674-75, 681,
      684
Declaration of Independence, 140,
      212, 345, 673, 733
Decline of the West (Spengler), 431
Deconstruction, 15
De ente et essentia (Thomas
      Aquinas), 526, 527
Defoe, Daniel, 608
Deformation, 684, 798, 802, 863
De Gaulle, Charles, 533
De Greef, Etienne, 144
"Dehellenization of Dogma, The"
      (Lonergan), 535
Dell'Arco, Maurizio Fagiolo, 674,
      677, 706, 723
Del Noce, Augusto, 577-79, 584,
      622
Demiurge, 79, 135, 438, 440, 605,
      751
Democracy: conference on, 276,
      283, 292; and de Waal, 388;
      Friedrich on constitutional
      democracy, 231; Lincoln on,
      388; totalitarian parties in,
      237-38; Voegelin's University of
      Wisconsin lectures on, 236-37,
      239
Democratic Theory Conference,
      276, 283, 292
"Demonic: From Aeschylus to
      Tillich, The" (Zucker), 623
Demons, The (Dostoevsky), 498
Demosthenes (Jaeger), 100
Dempf, Alois: academic career
of, 47-48, 49n1, 370; and academic position for Voegelin at University of Munich, 282, 283; on Christian philosophy, 782; and coffee, 59; Dostoevsky study by, 47; and Gamow, 59, 62-63; and Heer, 51; and Hegel, 722-23; influence of, on Voegelin, 3, 6; and neo-Hegelianism, 408-9; and Oehler, 377; and "Origins of Scientism" by Voegelin, 48; and publications from Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 541; reading interests of, 59, 62-63; and Schneider, 659; and Sedlmayr, 657n1; and Taubes, 269; Voegelin's correspondence with, 47-49, 59-60, 62-63, 282-84, 390- 91, 408-9, 561-62, 722-23; Voegelin's meetings with, 58, 59, 94, 261, 267; and Walgreen Lectures by Voegelin, 59, 60; and C. E. Weber's Die Kategorien ökonomischen Denkens, 390-91; on young academics in Germany after World War II, 61
—Works: Sacrum Imperium, 49n1,
    101, 147, 284; Selbstkritik der
      Philosophie und vergleichende
      Philosophiegeschichte im
      Umriss,
59, 147; Theoretische
      Anthropologie,
59
Denver Quarterly, 808
Denzinger, Henricus, 386, 599
Depth-dimension of experience,
      604-5, 613-15, 619
De Quincey, Thomas, 564
Derrida, Jacques, 843
Descartes, René: and Cartesian
Ego, 285, 316; on Cogito ergo sum, 109-10, 568; Schütz on, 303; Sebba on, 522, 566, 568, 739; and subjectivity, 303; and via negativa, 504-5; and Voegelin's In Search of Order, 854; and Voegelin's Theory of the Universals, 523
"Descartes and Pascal" (Sebba), 739
Desert as symbol, 173
Detachment, 143
Deutero-Isaiah, 308, 698
Deutsche Bundesverfassungs-
      gericht, Das
(Laufer), 553
Deutsche Reden (Hinderer), 792,
      794-95
Deutsche Staatslehre (Sattler), 755
Deutsche Vereinigung für
      Politische Wissenschaft, 532,
      534n2
Deutsche Universität im Dritten
      Reich, Die
(Voegelin), 523-24
Deux sources de la morale et de la
      réligion,
Les (Bergson), 101, 125,
      128, 145, 152, 185, 616, 660, 693,
      830
De Waal, Elizabeth, 209-11,
      383-86, 512-14, 558-61, 579-80
Dewart, Leslie, 536n1
Dewey, John, 49n7, 114, 115, 138,
      185, 323-25, 639
Dichtung und Wahrheit (Goethe),
      465, 466n5, 636
Dickinson College, 594, 634-36
Diderot, Denis, 538, 588
Diesing, Paul, 426
Digesta (Justinian), 217
Dike, 79-80, 85, 295, 440
Dilthey, Wilhelm, 326
"Dimodernizzazione e
      rappresentanza" (Mercadante),
      622
Dionysian mysteries, 87, 89
Dionysian symbolic language, 67
Dionysius, 81
Dionysius Areopagita, 129, 179,
      505
Disappearance of God (Miller), 564
Discovery of the Mind (Snell), 55,
      77, 146, 215-16, 745
Divertissements, 277, 726
Divided Self (Laing), 545-46
Divine Kingship (Engnell), 274
Doctrina Christiana, 77-78
Doctrinization, 672
Documentary History of Chinese
      Communism
(Brandt et al. ), 205
Dodds, E. R., 685
Doderer, Heimito von, 306, 478,
      498, 560, 655, 762, 821
Dogmatomachy, 780
Dollfuss, Engelbert, 396
Dominicans, 617, 618
Don Quixote (Cervantes), 762
Dopsch, Alfons, 822
Dorter, Kenneth, 854
Dostoevsky, Fyodor, 47, 65, 498,
      815
Doxa, 46, 71, 367
Drachkovitch, Milorad M., 733
Drama of Humanity, The
      (Voegelin): Appendix of, on
      time and space in physics, 567;
      content of, 13, 610, 619, 620; and
      Ellegood, 619-20; and LSU Press,
      13, 661-62; and Niemeyer, 620;
      origin of, as Candler Lectures,
      13, 531n1, 559, 562; writing and
      organization of, 531, 550, 559,
      580, 585, 589, 619-20, 630, 643,
      645, 759
Drame de 1'humanisme athée, Le
      (Lubac), 147, 241, 371
Draskovich, Slobodan, 582
Dream psychology, 473-75
Dreams of Decadence (Julian), 769
Drew University, 419
Dreyfus, Hubert, 695
Dreyfus affair, 69
Dritte Walpurgisnacht, Die (Kraus),
      369, 831
Driver, Tom, 545
Drucker, Peter, 709n2
Dualisme chez Platon, les
Gnostiques et les Manichéens,

      Le (Pétrement), 144
DuBrul, Stephen M., Jr., 460-61,
      497
DuBrul, Toni, 497
Duke University: faculty of, 141n1,
      183-84, 404-5, 583, 767; Job
      possibility for Voegelin at, 459-
      6o; student of, 427n1, Voegelin's
      lectures at, 495, 548, 698, 699,
      700-701
Duke University Press, 767, 783,
      788, 871
Dumas, François, 663
Dunning, William A., 100, 202
Du pouvoir (de Jouvenel), 224n1
Durand, Gilbert, 656
Dürer, Albrecht, 344n3
Durkheim, Émile, 185, 202
Dürrrenmatt, Friedrich, 497, 498
Dux (leader), 91
Dux e Babylone, 91
Dvorak, Max, 822

Earhart Foundation, 848
Early Christian and Byzantine
      Architecture
(Krautheimer), 670
East, Charles, 661-62
East, John, 819-20, 825, 840-41
East Carolina University, 840-41
Eastern Europe, 859
Easton, David, 221
East Texas State University, 705-6,
      768
Ebla Archives, 866, 867n1
Eccles, Sir John, 750
Eckhart, Meister, 131
"Eclipse of Reality, The" (Voegelin),
      1, 630, 701, 704
Eclipse of the Intellectual, The
      (Zolla), 651
Economic issues, 863-64, 869-70
Eco, Umberto, 870
Ecumenic Age, The (Voegelin):
and Barraclough, 753; compared with Toynbee's Study of History, 447-48; content and organization of, 13, 401, 420-21, 447, 453-54, 458-59, 73i, 749, 753; editor for, 402, 406, 461; final title of, 775, 778; financial assistance for, 330, 445; on Gospels, 361, 372; Introduction to, 783-84, 788, 789-91; last chapter of, 775, 778; length of, 330, 749; and Masters, 834; McKnight on, 796; Pannenberg on, 789-91; Phillabaum's suggestions for, 777-78; popular presentation of ideas from, 765, 768; on process of history, 16; publication of, 327-28, 330, 780, 783, 786, 788, 791, 792, 795; on question asking, 823; reviews of, 810; and Sedlmayr, 817; Table of Contents for, 778; title of, as Empire and Christianity, 177, 181, 401; Toynbee's influence on, 340; writing of and delays in work on, 338, 341, 361, 372, 380, 401-2, 420-21, 433-34, 444-46, 452-54, 458-61, 524, 689, 695-99, 731, 738, 749, 768, 770. See also Order and History (Voegelin)
Educational Resources Corp.,
      625-26
Egidius Colonna, 180
Egoism, 811
Egomania, 655, 704
Egophany, 743, 791n2, 812
Egypt: architecture of, 721;
coronation symbolism of, 423, 790; cosmological myths and symbols of, 167, 177, 577, 694; divinity of pharaoh of, 127; Frankfort on, 146; Helen in, 210; and Holy of Holies, 219; influence of, on Old Testament, 410; myth of, 745; political symbolism of, 577; and Son of God, 669; Wilson on, 146, 201, 222
Eichmann in Jerusalem (Arendt),
      11
Eichmann trial, 11
Eidos of history, 132-33
Eine und die Vielen, Der (Hornung),
      745
Einführung in die Metaphysik
      (Heidegger), 368
Einsicht und Leidenschaft (Krüger),
      301
Einstein, Albert, 608
Einverständnis (consent), 118-19
Eliade, Mircea, 310, 418, 473, 564,
      574, 583, 732, 800
Elias, Norbert, 616
Eliot, T. S., 302, 478, 650, 805,
      820-21
Ellegood, Donald R.: and The
Ecumenic Age, 341, 401-2, 420-21, 433-34, 444-48, 458-59; and German edition of Order and History, 334; and mugging of Voegelin, 433; and National Book Foundation, 334, 338; and publication of Voegelin's Order and History by LSU Press, 246, 247, 330; and review of Order and History, 367; and sales of Israel and Revelation, 334, 338; and sales of Order and History in Central Europe, 341, 346; and theoretical breakthrough of historiogenesis, 10; at University of Washington Press, 247n1; Voegelin's correspondence with, 247, 334-35, 341, 346, 366-67, 379-81, 401-2, 420-21, 433-34, 444-48, 458-59, 619-20; and Voegelin's Drama of Humanity, 619-20; and Voegelin's work on later volumes of Order and History, 9-10, 341, 379-80, 401-2, 406, 420-21, 433-34, 444-46, 458-59
Elliott, William Y., 162, 214
Ellmann, Richard, 597
Elmenau, Johannes von, 8, 448-51
Else, Gerald R, 627-29, 645, 685-86
Ely, Richard T., 100
Emberley, Peter, 2
Embry, Charles, 2
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 324, 701,
      703-4, 726
Emory University: Candler lectures
      by Voegelin at, 13, 502, 514, 520,
      523, 528, 531n1, 545, 559, 562;
      Conference on Literature and
      Technology at, 528; faculty of,
      500, 503, 547, 548n1, 549-50,
      565n1, 583; Interdisciplinary
      Studies Department at, 584; job
      offer for Voegelin from, 511, 522,
      528, 569-70; job opportunity
      for Henningsen at, 545; and
      Voegelin's library and papers,
      873, 874, 875n2
Empedocles, 436, 439, 698
Empire, 628-29, 698
Empire and Christianity (Voegelin).
      See Ecumenic Age, The (Voegelin)
Empiricism, 100, 152, 693, 782
Encyclopédie (Diderot), 588
"Ende der Metaphysik, Das"
      (Müller), 489-92
Ender, Wolfram, 708-9
Enemies of the Permanent Things
      (Kirk), 649-50
Engel-Janosi, Carlette, 52n1, 64,
      72-73, 646, 32
Engel-Janosi, Christiane, 644,
      646n2, 824
Engel-Janosi, Friedrich: on Austrian
foreign policy, 464-65; and Balthasar, 64; and Earth, 64; and Brunner's Adeliges Landleben und europaischer Geist, 51-52; and cultural obligation of the Church, 90-91; and Frank- Duquesne, 64; and Geistkreis, 52n1; and health problems of Voegelin, 307; and Heer's Aufgang Europas, 50-51; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 465; and Japan trip by Voegelins, 788-89; memoirs of, 843; and Paris convention report, 63; photographs of, 30, 37; and Pound, 726, 727; and Toynbee Symposium, 253; translation of writings of, 465; travel plans of, 52; and trip to Europe by Voegelin, 4, 50; on Vienna, 64; and Voegelin and skin cancer, 824; and Voegelin's Anamnesis, 509; Voegelin's correspondence with, 50-52, 63-64, 72-74, 90-92, 245-46, 307-8, 464-66, 509, 644-46, 725, 727, 769-70, 778-80, 788-89, 824-26; and Voegelin's Ecumenic Age, 788; and Voegelin's "Henry James," 644; and Voegelin's History of Political Ideas, 6, 74; and Voegelin's In Search of Order, 788; and Voegelin's New Science of Politics, 186-87; and Voegelin's Order and History, 245-46, 307- 8, 367; and Voegelin's writings on Parmenides and Heraclitus, 52; and Walgreen Lectures by Voegelin, 63, 73-74, 91-92; writings by, 73, 90, 92, 464- 65, 466nn2-3, 724-25, 769, 770nn2-3
England: conflict between Henry
VIII and Church in, 230; de Waal in, 384; economy in, after World War II, 197; gnosticism in, 213- 14; higher education in, 506, 676; Stevenson Memorial Lectures (London School of Economics) in, 10, 403-4, 435, 444, 448, 457; and totalitarian parties in democracy, 237-38; Voegelin's travels in, 506, 510, 675-76, 736, 737, 745, 748, 771, 809, 812. See also "The Oxford Political Philosophers" (Voegelin)
Engnell, Ivan, 262, 264, 266, 274
Enlightenment: and America,
640; beginning of, 678; and Christianity, 129; and consciousness, 553; and deformation of existence, 684; and depth-dimension of experience, 614; and founding of American Republic, 212; French Enlightenment, 639; Gay on, 538, 555, 604; language of, 795; and modern "coming of age," 596; and natural light, 125; and Newtonian physics, 608-9; rationalism of, as Neo-Platonism, 588; and resistance against metaphysics and theology, 672; as secularist, immanentist movement, 481; as sequel to medieval alchemy, 653; study on, by Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 585; and totality in Hitlerism, 51
Enlightenment, The (Gay), 538,
      555, 604
Ennui, 726
Entdeckung des Geistes, Die
      (Snell), 146
Enthusiasm (Knox), 659-60
Entstehung der Kathedrale
      (Sedlmayr), 816-17
Entsühnung (atonement), 655
Enzyklopädie (Hegel), 868
Epekeina (Beyond), 135, 440, 751,
      829, 868, 873-74
Ephrussi, Victor von, 211n1
Epicurus, 873
Epimenides, 697
Episteme, 41-42, 78
Epistéme politiké, 85
Epistemology, 568
Epistemology (Scheler), 342
Equality, 425
"Equivalences of Experience and
      Symbolization in History"
      (Voegelin), 604-5, 611, 615, 619,
      620, 624, 630, 856, 862
Eranos organization: compared
      with Fischer-Barnicol's group,
      793; as new type of organization,
      584, 627; publication of
      Voegelin's "Wisdom and the
      Magic of the Extreme" by, 847;
      Voegelin at meeting (1969) of,
      621, 627; Voegelin's lecture for
      (1977), 813, 817, 818, 821, 826,
      830, 858
Erfahrung und Urteil (Husserl),
      303, 304
Erhard, Ludwig, 525, 526n2
Eric Voegelin's Search for Order in
      History
(McKnight), 834
Erikson, Erik, 612
Ermittlung, Die / The Investigation
      (Weiss), 11
Ernst, Carl W., 780-81, 786-87,
      829-30
Eros, 81, 85, 105, 124, 140, 188,
      229, 439, 440
"Ersatzreligion" (Voegelin), 413-17
Eschatology: Bultmann on, 326-
      27; Christian eschaton, 132,
      133-34; and early Christian
      symbolization, 46; gnosis of
      historical eschatology, 125; and
      historical speculation, 139; and
      metastasis, 481; in Middle Ages,
      143-44; as symbolism, 130; and
      totality in Hitlerism, 51
Esprit de la philosophie médiévale,
      L'
(Gilson), 79, 146
Essay (Locke), 568
Esslinger, William, 252
Éternel Retour (Eliade), 310
Ethics: Aristotle on, 159; Bentham
      on, 124; and Clancy, 156-57, 165-
      66; and sacrificium intellectus,
      124-25; Thomas Aquinas on,
      165-66; Weber on, 85-86
Ethnic cultures, 849, 872
Être et le néant, L' (Sartre), 586
Ettinger, Karl E., 189-206
Eudaimonia, 440
Euhemerus, 411
Europäische "Menschenbild"
      und das Grundgesetz für die
      Bundesrepublik Deutschland,
      Das
(Baruzzi), 851-52
European University Institute
      (Italy), 859
Evangelium Veritatis (Valentine),
      454
Evans, John Davies, 712
Evil, 135, 157
Evolution of Man and Society
      (Darlington), 707, 745
Evolution theory, 675, 681, 684,
      787
Existence: actualization of, 595-96,
6oo; Aristotle on, 526, 527; and being, 526; classic philosophy on, 690; deformation of, 684, 798, 802; Gospels on, 690; Heidegger on, 357; Hobbes on, 148; Jaffé on, 441; Leclerc on physical existence, 547, 556; Leibniz on, 527; meanings of, 527; open versus closed existence, 642; Paul on, 594-97; Plato on, 41-42, 48, 527; Sebba on operational versus participating modes of, 642; and society, 605-6; structure of versus analysis of, 441-42; symbols of, 672; tension of, 809; Thomas Aquinas on, 526, 527; Voegelin's use of term, 683
"Existence in Tension" (Hallowell),
      731
Existential, 41-42, 48, 356-57
Existentialism: and Bergson,
      148; and Camus, 120; in
      France generally, 142-43; and
      gnosticism, 168; and Heidegger,
      147, 148, 275, 285, 635, 682; and
      Jaspers, 147, 148, 682; Jewish
      existentialism, 323; and lack
      of faith, 148; Molnar on, 682;
      and Sartre, 120; and science of
      consciousness, 512; and Strauss,
      41; and sui generis, 442
Existenzbild (image of existence),
      802
Exodus, 135, 173, 487, 698
Exodus, Book of, 727, 729, 729, 731,
      790
Expressionism, 499
Ezra, Book of, 177, 178124, 481

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