INDEX (F-K)

VOL 30— Selected Correspondence:
1950-1984

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

Fabre d'Olivet, Antoine, 538, 539
Facing Reality (Eccles), 750
Fackel, Die, 832-33
Fairbank, John K., 205
Faith: Barth on, 599; belief versus,
      513; Bible on, 43, 45, 104;
      Buber on, 179; existentialism
      as response to lack of, 148;
      Heraclitus on, 85, 104; in Islam,
      793; Paul on, 85, 104, 595-96;
      and sacred history, 43-45; and
      sacrificium intellectus, 124-25;
      and Thomistic theology, 129; and
      transcendence, 47, 179
Fantastica fornicatio, 79
"Fashions in Melodrama"
      (Heilman), 393-95
"Fathers and the Progeny, The"
      (Sedlmayr), 655
Faulkner, William, 306, 764
Faust (Goethe), 801-2, 813-14, 831
Faust (Marlowe), 814
Fénelon, François de Salignac de La
      Mothe, 660
Ferguson, John, 765
Ferle, Horst, 680
Fersch, Emerson C., 850
Fesler, James W., 309-10
Festschrift on Voegelin, 433, 860,
      862-63
Festugière, André-Jean, 653, 663
Feuerbach, Ludwig, 135
Ficarra, Mr., 254
Fichte, Johann Gottlieb, 89, 552,
      639, 693
Ficino, Marsilio, 784, 791, 845
Fides, 78
Fides caritate formata, 125
Fides quaerens intellectum, 230,
Figaro, 120
Fine, Arthur L., 212-14
Finer, Herman, 161, 182
Fingerhut, Mr., 652
Fink, Eugen, 317, 318n2
Finley, John H., 100, 146, 201
Fischer, Friedrich Theodor, 799-800
Fischer-Barnicol, Hans A., 584,
      793-94
Fitzpatrick, William J., 539, 540n1
Fitzsimons, Matthew A., 251
Flaubert, Gustave, 498
Fletcher School of Law and
      Diplomacy, 736, 750, 752
Fliess, Helen, 251
Fliess, Peter J., 250-51, 257, 29I-92,
      457
Florida Presbyterian College, 93n1
Ford Foundation, 114, 372-75
Fordham University, 277-78, 741
Fordham University Press, 767
Forma naturalis, 128
Forma supernaturalis, 128
Forschungskreis für Symbolik, 584
Forsthoff, Ernst, 249-50, 267-68
Fortescue, Sir John, 484
Foucault, Michel, 664
Foundations, 189-206. See also
      specific foundations
Fourteenth Amendment, 425
Foyer Cultural International, 340
Fraenger, Wilhelm, 56, 144
Frageverbot (prohibition to ask
      questions), 367, 370
France: Aron on postwar period
in, 61; caves of Ile-de-France, 13, 37, 675, 746, 784, 824, 826, 828; Enlightenment in, 639; existentialism in generally, 142-43; and French Revolution, 87, 143, 656; Heilman family in, 471; higher education in, 225, 840; Husserl colloquium in, 317, 318n2; neo-Hegelianism in, 408; parliamentary institution of, 213; Voegelin's study in, supported by Rockefeller Foundation, 192; Voegelins' travel in, 57-58, 62, 94, 305, 395, 826, 828 Franciscans, 617, 618 Frank-Duquesne, Albert, 56, 57, 64, 65, 94
Frankfort, Henri, 145, 146, 201, 222
Frankfurt School, 598, 601, 602,
      612
Franzel, Emil, 570, 572n4
Franz-Lieber-Stiftung, 407-8
Fraser, J. T., 564, 574-75, 806-8
Frederick the Great, 93
Freeman, Roger, 733
Free University of Berlin, 164n1,
      835-36; 837n2, 839-40
Frege, Gottlob, 468
Freising, Otto von, 594
French Legists, 88
French Revolution, 87, 143, 656
Frenkel-Brunswick, Else, 120-21
Freud, Sigmund: compared with
Dewey, 325; compared with Jung, 611-12; dream psychology, 473-74; in higher education, 839; influence of, on Voegelin, 822; and magic, 663; and Marcuse, 602; Rieff on, 473-74; and science of consciousness, 512; study on, by Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 585; sublimation psychology of, 767; writings by, 606
Freud: The Mind of the Moralist
      (Rieff), 473-74
Freudenfeld, Burghard, 484
Freund, Ludwig, 709n2
Friedemann, Heinrich, 702
Friedlaender, Paul, 685, 702, 766
Friedrich, Carl Joachim: and
Brecht's Political Theory, 390; career of, 155n1, 268; on constitutional democracy, 231; at Hoover Institution, 526n1; on loyalty, 230-31; on symbols, 386-87; and Voegelin as visiting professor at Harvard, 481-83; Voegelin's correspondence with, 154-55, 230-31, 386-89, 481- 83; and Voegelin's Order and History, 386-89; and Voegelin's review of Arendt's work, 154-55; writings by, 230-31
Friedrich, Paul, 525-26, 638
Friedrich Wilhelm II, 93
Friess, Erich, 30
Frisch, Max, 497, 498
Frise, Adolf, 756n1
From Enlightenment to Revolution
      (Voegelin): content of, 767, 770,
      788, 795; Hallowell's selection of
      studies for, 767, 770, 788, 799;
      and Lyman, 810; and McClain,
      818; and Pannenberg, 791;
      paperback edition of, 871; and
      Platt, 803; publication of, by
      Duke University Press, 141n1,
      767, 783, 788, 791, 792, 871;
      reviews of, 818, 838; sales of,
      871; and Sedlmayr, 783
From Hegel to Marx (Gebhardt),
      766
From the Stone Age to Christianity
      (Albright), 146
Frye, Northrop, 824
Fuller, Tim, 855
Fung Yu-lan, 49

Gabriel, Leo, 770
Gadamer, Hans-Georg, 843-44
Galatians, Letter to, 595
Gamow, George, 59, 60n3, 62-63
Ganghofer, Ludwig, 808
Gangi, William, 866
Gargan, Edward, 252-53, 357-58
Gauche vue d'en face, La (Molnar),
      679, 707
Garosci, Aldo, 89
Gay, Peter, 538, 555, 604, 619
Gebhardt, Jürgen: and American
Political Science Association, 706; and Andersen's Imperial Self, 701; on consciousness, 811; on cult of hero, 814-15; as editor of Voegelin's Selected Correspondence, 1-3, 20; health problems of, 876; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 568, 676, 683-84; photograph of, 27; as possible successor for Voegelin at Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 719; as professor at University of Bochum, 766; in Texas, 598; and Voegelin's "Beginning and the Beyond, " 869; Voegelin's correspondence with, 683-84, 701-2, 802-3, 811, 814-15, 869-70, 873-76; and Voegelin's library at University of Erlangen, 873-76; writings by, 766, 814-15
Gedenken, 803
Gegenständliche Differenz (object-
      difference), 475
Gegenständliche Identität (object-
      identity), 475
Gegenstandsförmlichkeit
      (consciousness of something),
      552-53
Gehäuse (casing), 595
Geist, 552-53
Geistesgeschichte, 75, 562, 659
Geistesgeschichte (Schneider), 659
Geistkreis, 52n1, 341n2
Geist und Leben der Ostkirche
      (Benz), 331-32
Geltungstrieb (striving for
      superiority), 612
Genealogy of Voegelin, 856, 865,
      867
Genesis, Book of, 411
Genius, 655
George, Stefan, 68n2, 81, 702-3,
      766, 822
George-Circle, 68n1, 81, 766, 822
Georgetown University, 750
German Cultural Association, 114
German Idealism, 588, 677, 723,
      869
German Ideology (Marx), 652, 654
German Society for American
      Studies, 345
"German University and the Order
      of German Society" (Voegelin),
      571
Germany: arrival of Voegelins in, 331;
Auschwitz trials in, 11; Catholicism in, 92, 102, 493n2, 724-25, 779; cities in, 285-86, 299, 301; detachment in, 143; economy of, 526n2, 869-70; emergency laws added to constitution of, 572-73; Erhard government in, 526n3; higher education in, 10-11, 61, 297, 505-6, 510-11, 523-24, 571, 580, 581, 735, 755, 835-37, 839-40; Kauder's article on German mentality, 92-93; Konrad-Adenauer-Prize (1968) in, 570-72; and Marshall Plan, 115n4; neo-Hegelianism in, 408- 9; parliamentary institutions in, 213; political science in, 353, 373-75, 416-17, 484; Protestantism, 126; Social Democracy in, 427; speeches in history of, 792, 794-95; Voegelins' move to, 326, 327, 328, 329, 331, 336, 337; Voegelins' homes in, 26-28, 331, 333, 335, 342, 344, 345, 348, 350, 357, 360, 383, 461, 506, 580; Voegelins' trips to, 7-8, 48, 50, 94, 251, 259, 261-64, 267-68, 304-5, 676; Weimar Republic in, 397n1; xenophobia in, 503, 504. See also Hitler, Adolf; Institute for Political Science, University of Munich; National Socialism; University of Munich; and specific universities
Germino, Dante, 653, 699, 805-6
Geschaftelhuberei (busybody
      mentality), 55
Geschichte auf dem Ballhausplatz
      (Engel-Janosi), 464-65
Geschichte des Altertums (Meyer),
      219
Geschwister-Scholl-Institute, 19,
      716-19
Gesinnungsethik, 166
Gestalt psychology, 314
Gettell, Raymond Garfield, 101
Gibbon, Edward, 872
Giedion, Siegfried, 720-21
Gigon, Olof, 56, 58, 146, 222, 476,
      486
Gilson, Étienne, 79, 135, 146, 527,
      766, 783
Glatzer, Nahum, 261
Glotz, Peter, 835-36, 837n2, 839-40
Glum, Friedrich, 267, 282, 283n2
Gnosis and gnosticism: American
resistance to, 212-14; ancient versus modern gnosis, 58, 68, 135, 144, 168, 368, 577-78, 588, 622, 653, 791; and apocalyptic tradition, 844-45; Bishirjian on, 813; and Boniface problem, 179; characteristics of, 212; and Christianity, 125, 135; and del Noce, 577-78, 622; and de Waal, 387-88; in England, 213-14; and existentialism, 168; and God, 384; and Husserl, 312-13; and ideologies, 396; Jonas on, 144, 167-68, 387; and Kelsen, 207, 208-9; and Lubac, 387; McLuhan on, 172; in Middle Ages, 60, 143, 168; and modernity, 872; and obsessive language, 497-99; and philosophy, 139-40; and Romantics, 148; and Sartre, 120; scholarship on, 761-62; and Schütz, 134-35; social situation as genesis of, 168; sorcery and alchemy versus, 653; in Voegelin's Walgreen Lectures, 68
Gnosis und spätantiker Geist
      (Jonas), 144
"Gnosticism and Modern
      Nihilism" (Jonas), 167-68
"Gnostic Politics" (Voegelin), 113
Gnostic Religion, The (Jonas), 761
"Gnostics, Romantics, and
      Conservatives" (Tonsor), 591
God: Aristotle on, 690; and
Gnostics, 384; God-is-dead movement, 513, 523, 605; Heidegger on, 634-35; as hidden and in the dark, 219, 220n2; Homeric God, 490; and Israelites, 423; man's relationship with, 78; and metastasis, 481; of Old Testament, 135; Pascal on, 739; Plato on, 70, 82-83, 690, 751; prehistoric symbols for, 664; proof of, 435-43, 444n2, 667; and revelation, 76-79; revolt against, 135, 368, 499, 605; and Tetragrammaton, 128, 751; Thomas Aquinas on, 128, 129, 419, 635, 751; in Trinity, 78, 127-28, 868; Unknown God, 677, 689, 737; Whitehead on, 527; word of, 77. See also Gods; Mysticism
God-is-dead movement, 513, 523,
      605
Gods, 77-78, 127, 135, 371, 440-42,
      490, 751, 869. See also God
Goebbels, Joseph, 369, 451
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von:
      and ideologues, 266; on infinite,
      17; on modesty of rascals, 104;
      and temple of Minerva, 364;
      in Voegelin's parents' library,
      808; and Vondung, 801-2,
      813-14
—Works: Dichtung und Wahrheit ,
      465, 466n5, 636; Faust, 801-2,
    813-14, 831; Maxims and
    Reflections,
266
Goldmann, Lucien, 398, 400n6
Goldwater, Barry, 472, 544
Goll, Dr., 529
Gombrich, Ernst, 574
Gonzaga University, 725-26,
      729-30
Good, 135, 165-66
Goodenough, Erwin R., 100, 201
Gordon, David, 692
Gorgias (Plato), 41-42, 47, 48, 81,
      82, 162, 415, 752
"Gospel and Culture, The"
      (Voegelin), 630, 654, 661, 678-80,
      683, 689, 699, 713, 729
Gospels. See Bible; and specific
      Gospels, such as John, Gospel
      of
Gott der Neuzeitlichen
      Metaphysik, Der
(Schulz),
      303
Cötter Griechenlands, Die (Otto),
      308
Gottfried, Paul, 864
Gouhier, Henri, 564
Grace, 123, 128, 595, 596,752
Graham, George J., 857-58
Grass, Günter, 792
Great Britain. See England
Greece, 634, 645, 654, 667, 711-12,
      720-22, 764, 770
Greek gods. See Gods
Greek philosophers. See specific
      philosophers
Greek vases, 621
Greene, David, 201
Grinnell College, 565n1
Grotesque, 499
Ground of being, 473, 491, 823
Growth of German Historicism,
      The
(Engel-Janosi), 465, 769,
      770n3
Grund, 635
Guardini, Romano, 306
Guénon, René, 829
Guevara, Che, 657
Guggenheim Foundation:
      Voegelin's fellowship from,
      3-4, 55, 57, 93-95, 192, 193,
      235; and Voegelin's trip to
      Europe (1955), 261-62, 264; and
      Walgreen Lectures, 94-95, 192,
      193
Guinea, 686-87
Gundolf, Friedrich, 163, 766, 822
Gurian, Waldemar, 41, 48, 65-66,
      69, 101, 709n2
Gurwitsch, Aron: and Heidegger,
286; home of, 284, 296-97; on Husserl, 536-37; and Husserl Colloquium in France, 318n2; on intentionality, 536; lectures by, in Germany, 285-86; on Leibniz, 536; and motivation, 160; and phenomenology, 284- 85, 314-16, 317; and publication of Voegelin's Order and History, 245; and Schütz, 316, 317; and Voegelin's Anamnesis, 537; Voegelin's correspondence with, 284-86, 296-97, 314-17, 536-38; Voegelin's need for address of, 369; wife of, as artist, 537-38; writings by, 314-16, 317, 536-37
Guyana affair, 849
Guyon, Madame, 659-60
Gyorgy, Andrew, 711

Haber, Francis C., 564, 575
Habermas, Jürgen, 581, 602, 837
Hacker, Paul, 446
Hadas, Moses, 371, 388
Hadji Murat (Tolstoy), 362
Hagan, Charles B., 254-55
Hagia Sophia, 670-71
Hallaj, Mansur al-, 829
Hallowell, John H.: and American
Political Science Association panel on Order and History, 413, 414-15; career of, 141n1; and Hoover Institution, 767; and Morse, 184; and political theory generally, 583; student of, 427n1; Voegelin's correspondence with, 138-41, 404-5, 700-701, 731- 32; and Voegelin's Ecumenic Age, 731; and Voegelin's From Enlightenment to Revolution, 767, 770, 788, 799; and Voegelin's In Search of Order, 731; and Voegelin's lectures at Duke, 548, 700-701; and Voegelin's New Science of Politics, 138-41, 170; writings by, 138, 141n1, 731
Hamilton, Alexander, 213
Hamlet's Mill (Santillana and
      Dechend), 84, 674-75, 681
Hampel, Johannes, 865-66
Handbuch der Vorgeschichte
      (Müller-Karpe), 577
Harnack, Adolf von, 268, 596
Harris, Robert J., 171, 337, 425-26
Hartnett, Robert C., 226-27
Hartz, Louis, 494
Harvard University: Center for
International Affairs at, 410; compared with LSU, 97; Divinity School at, 483, 494, 496, 564, 584; faculty of, 49n3, 155n1, 201, 261, 268, 482-83, 493-94, 583, 694, 786, 822; Government Department at, 493-94, 495; graduates of, 214n1; and Havard, 337; Ingersoll Lecture by Voegelin at, 491, 495-96, 534, 537, 541, 542n2, 548-49; Institute for World Religions at, 521, 584; job offer for Voegelin from, 522; Philosophy Department at, 494-95; Political Science Department in, 483; Russian Research Center at, 205, 319; and State Department, 73; students at, 494-95; Voegelin as visiting professor at, 98, 469, 481-83, 493-96; Widener Library of and Voegelin's research at, 233, 234, 256, 268, 271-73, 283-84, 292, 297n2, 314, 327, 434, 445, 446, 452, 483, 502, 506, 511, 514, 517, 558
Hauser, Arnold, 541, 542n3
Havard, William C.: and American
Political Science Association panel on Voegelin's Order and History, 404; career of, 152n2; and "Gnosticism and Modernity" meeting at Vanderbilt University, 836; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 337-38, 374, 412; interview of Voegelin by, for Southern Review, 699; and Smellie, 151, 457; Voegelin's correspondence with, 336-38; and Voegelin's Israel and Revelation, 338; and Voegelin's New Science of Politics, 151; and Voegelin's Order and History, 338; and Voegelin's Plato and Aristotle, 338; and Voegelin's White Lectures at Louisiana State University, 849; writings by, 152n2, 336-37, 338n1
Hawaii, 34, 676, 695, 764, 770, 783,
      785
Hayek, Friedrich A. von, 161, 429,
      864
Hebel, Johann Peter, 808
Heberle, Rudolf: career of, 107,
      108n2, 116; friends and social life
of, 105, 108, 710; and Havard,
336-37; and Heilman, 171; and
Ipsen, 115; and positivism, 108;
writings by, 108
      Hebert, Mac, 256, 257, 271, 412,
      413
Hebrews, Letter to, 43, 45, 104, 513
Hebrew Union College-Jewish
      Institute of Religion, 286, 287n2
Hebrew University, 508n2, 529
Heer, Friedrich, 3, 48-51, 58, 90-91,
      94, 179
"Hegel" (Voegelin). See "On
      Hegel—A Study in Sorcery"
      (Voegelin)
Hegel, G. W. F.: and apocalyptic
tradition, 845; college students' understanding of, 594; and Dempf, 722-23; and depth- dimension of experience, 619; and detachment, 143; and ether, 485; on experience, 682; on Geist, 552-53; and German idealism, 869; as Gnostic, 562, 588; and Henningsen, 485, 687-88; on history, 418, 636, 688, 791; on hypochondriacal disturbance, 687-88; incisiveness of, 639; influence of, on Voegelin, 766; intellectual gnosis of, 148; and Joachitic-Johannine religiosity, 89; and Küng, 649; and logos, 605; and Löwith, 470; and magic, 644, 663, 671, 679, 691-92, 693, 704, 706, 722-23, 784; and Marx, 274-75; mischief-making by, 130; Pannenberg on, 679, 791n2; and phenomenology, 285, 368, 409, 644; on philosopher's dream "in possession of being," 326-27; and Protestant theology, 134; as prototype of ideological thinking, 791; and refusal of service, 655; and Rosenzweig, 53-54; scholarship on, 272, 601; speech of, at tricentennial celebration of Confessio Augustana, 794-95; Steiniger (Steininger) on, 408-9; students' understanding of, 652; study of, and history of theory, 101; sun symbolism of, 531; on thing-in-itself, 790-91; and transcendence, 418; as victim, 8oo; Voegelin's essay on, 644, 648, 650, 652, 653, 654, 656, 661, 662, 692, 693, 704, 706, 713, 722-23, 726, 800; world of, 384. See also Neo-Hegelianism
—Works: Enzyklopädie, 868;
      History of Philosophy, 588, 723;
      Phenomenology, 274-75, 368,
      644; Philosophy of History, 10;
      Philosophy of Religion, 872
Hegel et 1'État (Weil), 274
Hegner, Jakob, 94
Heidegger, Martin: as atheistic
ideologue, 179; on Being versus beings, 634-35, 729; on belief and thought, 137; college students' understanding of, 594; on existence, 357; and existentialism, 147, 148, 275, 285, 635, 682; and failure of transcendence, 665-66; as false prophet, 111-12; and Gurwitsch, 286; influence of, on Voegelin, 766, 854; Löwith on, 111-13; and metaphysics, 490-91; and Müller, 490, 492n1; and National Socialism, 56, 112, 792; and Nietzsche, 112; and ontology, 285; on parouosia, 368; Plato's influence on, 56; and Rahner, 729; and Schütz, 56; and Simmel, 178; and subjectivity, 303; Voegelin's study of, 822; writings by, 47, 56, 111, 490, 729
Heilman, Pete, 392
Heilman, Robert: and California
trip by Voegelin, 171-72; career of, 306; and Conrad's Nigger of the Narcissus, 700; on dramatic style, 497; editorial corrections by, for Voegelin's manuscript, 109-10; Embry's editing of published correspondence between Voegelin and, 2; European travel of, 336, 359-60, 361; and German university, 505-6; health problems of, 260; on humanism, 371; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 503-4; and invitation to Voegelin for lecture in Seattle, 497; on D. H. Lawrence, 430-32; lectures by, at Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 470; and literary criticism, 257-58, 260; on melodrama, 392-95; Moe on fellowship for, 305; and mugging of Voegelin, 428-29; and Notre Dame symposium on alternatives to Communism, 429-30; photograph of, 260; review of Critics and Criticism by, 257-58; in Seattle, 171, 361; on Shakespeare, 103-4, n1, 171, 259, 287-91, 293-96, 470; son of, 392; and trip to California, 392; and visit with Voegelins in Munich, 469-70, 506; on Vivas, 430, 431; and Voegelin as visiting professor at Harvard, 493-96; and Voegelin's Anamnesis, 504-5; Voegelin's correspondence with, 103-6, 109-11, 120-21, 171-72, 257-61, 287-91, 293-96, 304-7, 359-6i, 370-72, 392-96, 428-32, 469-72, 493-99, 503-6, 638-40, 699-700, 808-9; and Voegelin's Drama of Humanity, 619-20; and Voegelin's "Henry James, " 638-40, 699; and Voegelin's job offer from University of Munich, 304-5; and Voegelin's Order and History, 306, 371, 372; and Voegelin's relations with investment bankers in New York, 497; and Voegelin's research trip to Europe (1955), 259-60; and Voegelin's Salzburg lecture, 469-70; and Voegelins' trip to Spain, 392, 395-96
Heilman, Ruth, 260-61, 296, 361,
      392, 469, 471, 506, 700
Heinrich von Ofterdingen
      (Novalis), 852
Heisenberg, Werner, 301, 302n2,
      792, 802
Heiss, Robert, 115
Hejdanek, Ladislav, 859
Helen, 105, 210
Heller, Erich, 545
"Helvétius" (Voegelin and
      Leuschner), 554-55, 556n1
Henderson, James, 454-55
Henningsen, Manfred: and Adorno,
597; and American Political Science Association, 668; books and articles of interest to, 592; career of, 478n1; and Crooks's dissertation, 657; and depth-dimension of experience, 613-15; and Erikson, 615-16; and Hegel, 485, 687-88; and Hitler lectures by Voegelin, 11; and Hoover Institution, 13, 544-45, 585, 628; and human nature in Plato and Paul, 605-6; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 484, 540-41, 543-44, 555, 568, 628; and intellectual freedom, 15; job opportunities for, 545, 568, 585; and Machiavelli, 484-85; and meeting of Deutsche Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft, 532, 534n2, 540; and monasticism, 617-18; and Montreal Expo visited by Voegelins, 532-33; and noetic experience, 485-89; on Paul, 695; photographs of, 26, 27, 30-33; and Plato and Aristotle, 695-98; as possible successor for Voegelin at Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 719; and Sebba, 522-23; and seminar program on modes of existence, 594-97; and Swift, 597; on Toynbee, 560; Voegelin's correspondence with, 473-78, 484-89, 532-34, 540-46, 592, 594-601, 604-6, 611-18, 674-77, 687-90, 695-98; and Voegelin's "Equivalences of Experience and Symbolization in History, " 604-5, 611, 615; and Voegelin's trip to Europe (1970), 674-76; and Wilde, 597; writings by, 545, 553, 560, 615, 628
Hennis, Wilhelm, 374, 484, 489n5
"Henry James" (Voegelin), 629-30,
      636, 638-40, 644, 648, 652, 699
Henry Regnery Company:
distribution of Science, Politics, and Gnosticism by, 574; founding of, 242n1; and Geschichte des politischen Denkens, 648; publication of Voegelin's Science, Politics, and Gnosticism by, 242n1, 501, 528, 529n1, 539, 541; publications of, 240-41; and translation of Voegelin's Science, Politics, and Gnosticism, 528, 529n1, 530, 531, 539, 541; and Voegelin's History of the Race Idea, 313- 14; and Voegelin's Order and History, 241; Voegelin's talk with, 430. See also Regnery, Henry
Henry Sidgwick and Later
      Utilitarian Political Philosophy

      (Havard), 336
Henry VIII, King of England, 230
Hentze, Carl, 669, 754
Heptaplomeres (Bodin), 89
Heraclitus: and Aeschylus, 80; on
      consciousness, 504, 505; on crisis
      of society, 322-23; Jaeger on,
      49; literary remains of, 535; on
      logos, 475; on love, hope, and
      faith, 85, 104; on philosophy,
      504; and theory of the dream,
      474; Voegelin's writings on, 49,
      52
Herder, Johann Gottfried von, 294,
323
Heresy, 127-28, 499
Heritage Foundation, 842
Heritage of Hellenism, The
      (Ferguson), 765
"Hermeneuticism and
      Structuralism" symposium
      (1978), 843-44
Hermeticism, 677, 693, 761, 784,
      845, 854, 868, 872
Herodotus, 210, 211, 296, 697
Herr, Der (Guardini), 306, 307
Herwig, Hedda: dissertation by,
612, 613n2, 763; health problems of, 534; at Institute for Political Science (Duisburg), 613n2, 615, 763; on Musil, 763, 768; and successor for Voegelin at Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 9, 714-20; translation of Engel-Janosi's writing by, 769, 770n3; and University of Munich political science student council, 484; Voegelin's correspondence with, 9, 715-20; and Voegelin's "Equivalences of Experience and Symbolization in History, " 611; Voegelin's positive comments on, 615; writings by, 768
Herzfeld, Hans, 736
Hesiod, 77, 527
Hierarchy, 556-58
Hieronymus Bosch, Das
      Tausendjährige Reich
(Fraenger),
      144
Higher education: in Canada,
836; and classics, 627-30, 645, 685-86; and deconstruction, 15; Engel-Janosi on, 73; in England, 506, 676; in France, 225, 840;
Higher Education ( continued ):
in Germany, 10-11, 61, 297, 505-6, 510-11, 523-24, 571, 580, 581, 735, 755, 835-37, 839-40; and history of theory, 101; and intellectual freedom, 15; interdisciplinary work by scholars 111, 627; and positivism, 73, 98, 108, 195-96, 225, 226- 27, 251; small humanistic colleges, 594, 846; social sciences departments 111, 201-4, 839-40; student radicalism 111, 581, 601, 602, 612, 685, 700; students and faculty 111, 97-98, 382, 482, 494- 95, 555, 594, 647, 818, 836, 846; and textbooks, 805-6; Voegelin on student-teacher relationship, 7; Voegelin's frustrations with, 14-15, 63-64, 196-98, 225, 226, 493-95, 603, 646-47, 684, 686, 793, 818, 820, 839-40, 846. See also specific universities
Hildebrandt, Kurt von, 702, 766
Hinderer, Walter, 11, 476-77, 792,
      794-95
Hinduism, 584
Hippolyte, Jean, 408
Hirsch, E. D., 480
Historical relativism, 294-95
Historicism, 294, 450
Historiogenesis, 10, 433-34, 446,
      796
"Historiogenesis" (Voegelin), 10,
      631, 689
Historiography, 294, 455, 566, 769
"Historism" (Topitsch), 229-30
History: as development of
experiences from compactness to differentiation, 139; epochs and periods of, 403, 678; historical speculations, 139, 409-10; of ideas, 101-2, 123, 222; Jewish three-phase theory of, 133; Marx on, 362; meaning in versus meaning of, 132-33; sacred history, 42-47; of theory, 101-2; Voegelin on philosophical analysis of order of, 16
History and Eschatology
      (Bultmann), 326-27
History in a Changing World
      (Barraclough), 449
History intelligible units of, 862-63
History of Israel (Bright), 421-23
History of Magic (Thorndike), 663
History of Morindo, 480
"History of Order" (Voegelin). See
      Order and History (Voegelin)
History of Philosophy (Brucker),
      705
History of Philosophy (Hegel), 588,
      723
"History of Philosophy" (Sebba),
      566-67
History of Philosophy (Ueberweg),
      265
History of Political Ideas
(Voegelin): on Boniface, 180; on Christianity, n2; editing of writing style of, 209-10; and Engel-Janosi, 6, 74; Hallowell's selection of studies from, for From Enlightenment to Revolution, 767, 770, 788; influences on, 49, 51; on Israel, 167, 176, 177; and Löwith, 113; outline of, 181; publication problems of, 4-5, 159, 232, 243-45; publishing contract for, 183n1, 232; writing and rewriting of, 3, 6, 96, 106, 115, 116, 176. See also Order and History (Voegelin)
History of Protestant Theology
      (Barth), 601
History of Surrealism (Nadau), 540
History of the Devil (Defoe), 608
History of the Race Idea, The
      (Voegelin), 313-14, 397, 745,
      756n1, 834, 871
History of the SS (Buchheim), 377
Hitler, Adolf: and Catholic
Church, 724-25; de Waal on, 384; Germans' acceptance of, 415; Heer on, 51; Kraus on, 831; and Ostara phantasies, 432; Schramm on, 465, 493; Voegelin's course on, at Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 11, 465, 466, 468, 492-93, 498, 571; war against, 157. See also National Socialism
Hitler and the Germans (Voegelin),
      11, 468, 470, 572n7, 579
Hittite suzerainty treaties, 422-23
Hobbes, Thomas: on agnostic
existence, 148; Jouvenel on, 224; Leviathan of, 70; on life as race, 393; and madness of Swift's Tale of a Tub, 597; Oakeshott as editor of, 275; on passion, 394; philosophy after, 639; Polin on, 280; on politics, 393; Strauss on, 75; and summum bonum, 414; Wagner on, 413-14
Hocke, Gustav René, 674
Hoecker, Paul Oskar, 808
Hofmannsthal, Hugo von, 307,
      308n3, 703
Holbach, Paul-Henri Thiry, Baron
      d', 128
Hölderlin, Friedrich, 112, 127, 430,
      485, 852
Hold-Ferneck, Alexander, 462, 463,
      464n3
Hollweck, Thomas A., 1-21, 545,
      787n2, 803, 824, 835
Holocaust, 10, 70, 570-71, 835. See
      also Anti-Semitism
Holy Spirit, 128
Holzwege (Heidegger), 47
Homer: God of, 490; Herodotus
      on, 296; Jaeger on, 52; myth
      of, 308; Odyssey by, 824; Plato
      on, 210-11, 295; polytheism of,
      77; Voegelin's writings on, 96,
      223-24, 371
Homme révolté, L' (Camus), 144,
      155
Homo Ludens (Huizinga), 145
Homoneia (Moulakis), 768
Homosexual liberation, 849
Homo spiritualis, 179
"Honesty as a Policy" (Sisk), 730
Hong Kong, 783, 785-86, 788, 789,
    793
Hook, Sidney, 736
Hooker, Richard, 89
Hoover, Herbert, 543n1
Hoover Institution, Stanford
University: Archives of, 1, 20, 543n1, 874; budget of, 634; Campbell as director of, 543n1, 544, 582; European branch of, 582; focus of, on Russia and China, 544; and Henningsen, 13, 544-45, 585, 628; and Institute for Philosophy of Politics, 637-38; job offer for Voegelin and his negotiations with, 521, 522, 524, 559; and König, 622; Munich assistants and students of Voegelin at, 13, 585; overview of Voegelin's years at, 12-16; and political climate in U. S., 545; and political theory, 582-85; professorship for Voegelin at, 541, 543, 559, 562; salary for Voegelin from, 522, 559, 562; staff and researchers at, 521n1, 526n1, 544, 663, 736, 767, 768, 787, 788; and telephone use by Voegelin, 15-16; travel expenses for Voegelin at, 559; Voegelin's appointment to, 542-43; Voegelin's contract with, 541, 559; Voegelin's courses at, 699; and Voegelin's job offer from Emory University, 569-70; Voegelin's travel for lectures sponsored by generally, 637, 644; Voegelin's vision for, 12-13, 5n5, 589-90, 658
Hope, 85, 104
Horkheimer, Max, 116, 248, 598,
      601, 602
Hornung, Erik, 745
Hosea, 188
Huang Tsung-his, 389
Huizinga, Jan, 145
"Human Altruism and Animal
      Behavior" (Masters), 834
Humanism, 371
"Humanism" (Heidegger), 111
Humanism, Renaissance,
      Reformation
(Burdach), 143
Human nature: American view of,
213; Aristotle on, 104, 117, 119, 128, 363, 439-40, 594, 600-601, 854; Augustine on, 487; Burke on, 639-40; Calvinist view of, 213; Chinese view of, 477; and condition humaine, 147; and definition of nature, 71-72; as esse, nosse, velle, 78; Jaspers on, 117; Marx on, 125, 424; Paul on, 594-96, 600-601, 605-6; Pelagian confidence 111, 213; and philosophical anthropology, 85; Plato on, 119, 363, 594, 600-601, 605-6; and society, 605-6; and superman, 125; as unchanging, 71-72. See also Philosophical anthropology
Human Nature and Conduct
      (Dewey), 323, 639
Humboldt, Wilhelm von, 505-6
Hume, David, 314, 569, 639
Huntington Library, 170, 172
Husik, I., 75
Husserl, Edmund: colloquium
on, in France, 317, 318n2; on consciousness, 537, 566; and Gnosis, 312-13; influence of, on Voegelin, 766, 822, 854; and phenomenology, 275, 284-85, 312, 315-16, 536-37, 660; and philosophical anthropology, 160; and positivism, 209; and pre- predicative experience, 303-4; and re-creation of philosophy as science, 317; Schütz on, 176, 312-13; son of, 297n3; student of, 492n1; and Thou, 118; writings by, 78-79, 303, 304, 490
Husserl, Gerhard, 115, 297
Husserl Colloquium (France), 317,
      318n2
Hussite movement, 599
Hutchins, Robert Maynard, 114,
      204
"Hüter der Verfassung, Der"
      (Schmitt), 184
Hymnal: The Controversial Arts
      (Buckley), 847
Hypochondria, 688
Hypostasis (person), 782
Hyppolite, Jean, 274

Ibn-Khaldun (Sivers), 553
Ich (ego), 655
Idea (Panofsky), 795
Ideas: and counter-idea, 135-37;
      history of, 101-2, 123; and Plato,
      563
Ideen II (Husserl), 312
Identity, 1. See also Self
Ideology: Arendt on, 70-71, 72n1;
characteristics of, 254, 431- 32, 553, 578; clash between philosophers and ideologues, 538; of conservatives, 258- 59; and eighteenth-century developments, 518; and Freud's dream psychology, 473-74; and gnosticism, 396; Goethe and ideologues, 266; Hegel as prototype of ideological thinking, 791; and hermeticism, 693; honest dishonesty of ideologues, 613; identification of ideological groups, 174; Kendall on, 309-10; liberation ideologies, 849; and magic, 663; Mannheim on, 391; Niemeyer's study of, 517-18; and obsessive language, 497-99; of scientism, 48, 512, 578, 607; and secularization, 58; students as ideologues, 482, 494; and symposium on "Conservative Approaches in the Human Sciences, " 551; and taboos, 497-98; and terror, 499; and theosophists, 539-40; Voegelin on danger of, 14, 70-71
Idiotes (private man), 474
Ignatius Loyola, Saint, 157
Imaginatio, 671
Imagination, 714, 787, 867-68
Imagination (Sartre), 586
Imagination Symbolique, L'
      (Durand), 656
"Imaginative Literature" (Ogden),
      562-63
Imago dei, 72
Immanence, immanentism,
immanentization: and Comte, 636; and depth-dimension of experience, 619; and Stefan George, 702-3; and Hegel, 636, 688; and Heilman, 110; and Jaffe, 440; and Löwith, 112; and neo-Platonists, 605; and philosophia cosmologica, 615; and philosophical anthropology, 155; and positivism, 481; and Schütz, 132, 133; in Voegelin's New Science of Politics, 155
"Immanenz der Transzendenz"
      (Simmel), 178, 180n5
"Immortality" (Voegelin): and
      Berger, 551; and Bussanich,
      861-62; and de Waal, 558; and
      Gurwitsch, 537; as Ingersoll
      Lecture, 477, 491, 495-96; and
      König, 577; and Lonergan, 548-
      49; and Niemeyer, 548; offprints
      of, 540; publication of, 525, 558;
      and Zolla, 576
Imperial College, London, 625n2
Imperial Self, The (Anderson), 699,
      701, 703-4, 726
In-Between. See Metaxy
Incarnation, 110, 130
In Defense of Plato (Levinson), 270
In Defense of Reason (Winters),
      666
India, 276, 340, 446, 447, 487, 488,
      613, 786
Indiana Wesleyan University, 93, 51
Ineson, George W., 407-8
Ingarden, Roman, 317, 318n2
Ingersoll, Robert, 495
Ingersoll Lecture (Harvard), 491,
      495-96, 534, 537, 542, 548-49
Innovatio, 167
Inquisition, 385
In Search of Order (Voegelin):
and Campbell, 759; Caringella's assistance with, 848, 855; content and organization of, 459, 467, 468-69, 511, 631-32, 758, 759, 775-77, 810, 861, 865, 867, 873; grant for completion of, 848; and Hallowell, 731; Introduction to, 810; length of, 330, 517, 630, 637, 643, 645, 650; and LSU Press, 516-17, 630-32, 637, 643, 645, 650, 661, 662, 758-59; publication of, 330, 643, 645, 650, 788; relationship of, to Anamnesis, 514, 516-17; Table of Contents for, 631-32, 776-77; title for, 760, 775, 778; writing, research and delays of, 506, 511, 514, 517, 661, 731, 758, 768, 770, 783, 785, 830, 855, 870. See also Order and History (Voegelin)
Insight (Lonergan), 534
"Inspired Musician" (Winternitz),
      343-44
Institute for Political Science,
University of Munich: achievements and failures of Voegelin's tenure at, 9, 714-20; administration of, 373-74; agreement founding, 318-21; budget and financing of, 300-301, 304, 319-21, 351, 354-56, 407-8, 412, 434-35, 460; 497, 519, 553, 555; Chair for Political Science 111, 352; courses at, 345, 346, 352, 389, 412-13, 445, 465, 466, 468, 482, 484, 492-93, 498; and DuBrul family, 497; and education of young German academics in 1960s, l0-11; and Engel-Janosi, 465; and establishment of Interfakultative Institut (1968), 553; examination system of, 543, 546n2; expansion of, 353-54, 369, 405-6, 511; facilities and furniture for, 331, 333, 335, 337, 345, 347, 350-51, 360, 412; and Ford Foundation, 372-75; and Henningsen, 483-84, 540-41, 543-44, 555, 568, 628; honoraria paid by, 519; job offer for Voegelin and his negotiations with, 8, 298-301, 303-5, 308, 312, 318-21; Kissinger's lectures at, 410, 412, 417-18; lecturers for, 355-56, 410, 412, 417-18, 435, 448-51, 470, 507; library of, 8, 299, 300, 304, 319, 320, 330, 338, 346, 347, 351-55, 369, 407, 412-13, 434, 717; liquidation of, at Voegelin's leaving, 559-60, 580, 590; Maier at, 9, 484, 503, 543, 546n2, 683; overview of Voegelin's years at, 5, 8-12; problems at, 503-4, 507, 543, 546n2, 555, 676, 683-84, 689; proseminars at, 482, 484; publications by, 376, 377, 435, 446, 465, 540-41, 550, 553, 555, 559-60, 580, 584-85, 590, 638, 648, 717, 767-69; and Relm Foundation as funding source for, 553; research projects of, 376-79, 518, 530, 585, 767-69; and Rockefeller Foundation, 298-300, 318-21, 349-56, 374, 375, 376-79, 477; salary for Voegelin at, 300-301, 320, 460; scholars and staff of, 8-9, 300, 320, 333, 335-38, 347, 351, 353, 355, 360, 373-74, 376-79, 407-8, 412, 435, 456, 457, 460, 507-8, 511, 568, 585, 717-18; status of, in 1970-1971, 676, 683-84, 689, 713-20; students of, 345, 369, 482, 484, 646n3, 683, 718-19; successor for Voegelin at, 714-20; visitors to, 360-61, 392; Voegelin's American citizenship and position as head of, 103n3; and Voegelins' arrival in Munich, 331; Voegelin's lecture on emergency laws in Germany at, 572-73; Voegelin's lectures on Hitler at, 11, 465, 466, 468, 492-93, 498, 571; Voegelin's retirement from, 29-37, 840; and Volker Fund, 327-30
Institute for World Religions, 584
Institute für Zeitgeschichte
      (Institute for Contemporary
      History), 570-72
Institut für Sozialforschung, 248n1
Institut International de
      Philosophie Politique, 280
Intellectual Adventure of Ancient
      Man, The,
145, 201
Intellectualism, 258-59
Intellectus, 829
Intelligible units of history, 862-63
Intentionality, 536, 809, 844
Intentions (Wilde), 597
International Political Science
      Association, 361, 365-66, 375
"International Socialism as a
      Political Theory" (Mure), 158-59
International Society for the Study
      of Time: first meeting (1969)
      of, 560, 564, 574-75, 590, 621,
      624; meeting (1976) of, 807;
      and Müller, 831-32; as new
      type of organization, 584, 627;
      secretary of, 806-7; strengths
      and weaknesses of, 831-32;
      Voegelin's participation in, 15,
      550, 560, 564, 590, 621, 624, 627,
      832n2; and Zolla, 576
Intersubjectivity, 303, 312-13
"In the Light of Being" (Zucker),
      623
Inversio, 89
Investigation, The (Weiss), 11
Ipsen, Gunther, 115, 116n8
Iran, 764, n2-74, 782
Iraq Museum Library, 287
Ireland, 737, 738, 740, 745, 747,
      748, 764, n0, n2, 865
Irish Philosophical Society, 862
Irwin, William A., 145
Isidorus of Ephesus, 670
Islam, 135, 137, 322, 487, 527, 568,
      584, 585, 670, 697, 781, 793
"Isms," 811, 820, 858. See also
      Ideology
Israel (twentieth century), 835
Israel and Israelites: Alt-Noth
conception of history of, 422; Bright's history of, 421-23; and exodus, 698; God of, 423; law code of, 159; publication of Voegelin's study on, 242-43, 244, 249; and revelation, 476; and Solomon's Temple, 218-20; in Voegelin's History of Political Ideas, 167, 1n. See also Israel and Revelation (Voegelin); Jews
Israel and Revelation (Voegelin):
Albright on, 421-23; book jacket for, 279, 287; on Egyptian coronation ritual, 790; focus of, 325-26; German edition of, 334-35, 336, 338; indices for, 286, 292; length of, 266, 267, 281; and National Book Foundation, 334, 336, 338; number of copies in first printing of, 334, 338; and Oxford University Press, 302; proofing of, 283; publication of, by LSU Press, 260, 262, 264, 266, 270, 282-83; reviews of, 297, 302, 310-11, 317-18, 321-23; sales of, 334, 336, 338, 346; Taubes's review of Hebrew texts 111, 281; and Toynbee, 339. See also Order and History (Voegelin)
Istituto Accademico di Roma,
      575-76, 579, 584, 593, 604-5,
      624, 627
Italy: elections 111, 8o8; Heilman's
trip to, 359; International Political Science Association meeting 111, 365-66; Istituto Accademico in Rome (1968), 575-76, 579, 584, 593, 604-5, 624, 627; parliamentary institution of, 213; Schütz's trip to, 342; strikes 111, 859; Voegelins' trips to, 361, 363-66, 383, 506, 514, 575-76, 579, 593, 604, 674-75, 6n, 698, 699, 808, 855, 859
I-Thou relation, 119n2
It-reality, 861
Iyer, Raghavan Narasimhan, 398,
      400n5

Jacob Burckhardt und Nietzsche
      (Salin), 66-67, 68n1
Jacobsen, Thorkhild, 145, 162, 222,
      433, 483, 494
Jaeger, Werner: and classics, 685;
      and Dempf, 59; on Greek spiritual
      history, 52; and Voegelin's Order
      and History, 404-5; writings by,
      49, 100, 146, 201, 222, 387
Jaffa, Harry V, 733, 757
Jaffé, George: career of, 276n1;
and Gamow, 59, 62; health problems of, 443; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 392, 434-35; and International Political Science Association, 365-66; poetry by, 362-63, 366; and proof of God, 435-43; translation of letter to, 19; Voegelin's correspondence with, 275-76, 362-66, 434-44; Voegelin's meetings with, 275, 392; and Voegelin's Order and History, 276; and Voegelins' trip to Italy, 363-66
James, Henry: Anderson on, 699,
      701, 703-4; Voegelin's article
    on, and Sewanee Review, 160;
    Voegelin's article on, in Southern
    Review,
629-30, 636, 638-40,
    644, 648, 651, 699, 820
James, William: Baumgarten on,
      324; and Gurwitsch, 314, 315;
    Hallowell on, 138; Harvard
    building named for, 495;
    mischief-making by, 130; on
    personality, 782; psychology,
    314, 782; radical empiricism of,
    693, 782; writings by, 594
Japan: archeology of, 754; art 111,
      785, 788-89; Niemeyer's trip
      to, 548, 648, 667-68; Otaka at
      Tokyo University in, 177, 178n3;
      Voegelins' trip to, 783, 785, 786,
      788-89, 793, 794; Zen Buddhism
      111, 49, 785, 786n3, 794
Jarrett, Beverly, 830-31
Jaspers, Karl: on axis time, 45, 145,
765, 768; and Basel Seminar, 392; and Baumgarten's institute, 116; and existentialism, 147, 148, 682; influence of, on Voegelin, 766, 822; on loyalty, 230; and Mohler, 397n1; on Nietzsche, 240-41; psychology of, 117; Voegelin's meetings with, 3, 58, 62, 65, 94, 384; writings by, 8, 119n3, 144, 145
Jauss, Hans Robert, 742
J. C. B. Mohr publishing company,
      376
Jean de Paris, 180
Jefferson, Thomas, 213, 785
Jellenich, 709
Jen, 477
Jesuits, 147
"Jesus and Man's Hope" (Voegelin),
      701
Jesus Christ: Bodin on, 89; and
Christology, 126-27; Clebsch on, 851; divine nature of, 126-27; as eschatological event, 481; in Gospels, 361, 372, 654, 688-89; Guardini on, 306, 307; image of, in art, 742; Nietzsche on, 67; Pascal on, 67; and Pilate, 216-17; as redeemer, 129; as revolutionary, 688-89, 713; and sacred history, 44, 45; Sermon on the Mount by, 156; in Trinity, 78, 127-28, 868; as victim, 8oo; in Voegelin's Order and History, 306, 307-8. See also Christianity
Jesus und die Revolutionäre seiner
      Zeit
(Cullmann), 713
Jews: anti-Semitism against, 70,
135, 571, 691; Arendt on, 69, 70; Christian attitude toward, 691; Holocaust against, 10, 70, 570-71, 835; and Jewish law, 595, 599; and messianism, 134; prophets of, 71; Schramm on, 571; and Talmud, 133; and Tannaic Judaism, 872; as university students, 482. See also Israel and Israelites
Joachim of Fiore (Flora), 46, 91, 134,
      873
John, Gospel of, 126, 216-17, 605,
      688, 817
John of the Cross, Saint, 147
Johns Hopkins University, 189n1,
      201, 421-23, 511, 564
Johnson, Lyndon B., 545
Jonah, 177
Jonas, Hans, 144, 167-68, 387, 409,
      761
Jones, Ernest, 831
Journal of Contemporary History,
      761
Journal of the History of Ideas, 371
Jouvenel, Bertrand de, 223-26, 392
Joyce, James, 803-4
Judaism. See Jews
Judgment of the Dead myth, 415
Julian, Philippe, 769
Jung, Carl: and alchemy, 663;
and archetypes, 850; Bollingen Foundation's publication of works by, 371-72; and collective unconscious, 359, 33, 850; compared with Freud, 611- 12; compared with Toynbee, 560; and Ernst's research, 829; influence of, on Voegelin, 850; and Schelling, 850; and science of consciousness, 513; study on, by Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 585; Voegelin's research in archive of, 669; writings by, 371-72, 622, 663
Jünger, Ernst, 397n1
Jung Institute, 826
Junker, Hermann, 146
Juristische Fakultät, 48, 50, 55
Justice, 215-18, 741
Justinian, 217, 670, 671

Kabbalah, 868, 872
Kahler, E. von, 709
Kakouri, Katerina J., 711-12
Kalos k'agathos (gentleman), 81
Kano Tanyu, 788
Kant, Immanuel: on antinomies,
567, 610; and Aristotle's metaphysics, 440; on autonomy, 852; on causation, 435-36; Cohen's commentaries on, 589; incisiveness of, 639; influence of, on Voegelin, 822; and Jaffé, 435- 37, 440; and ontology, 178; and proof of God, 435-37; and reason, 124-25; and thing-in-itself, 790, 791; and Voegelin's In Search of Order, 854; writings by, 437, 610. See also Neo-Kantianism
Kantorowitz, Ernst, 92
Kapital (Marx), 833
Kashnitz von Weinberg, Guido
      Freiherr, 633, 720, 722n2
Kategorien okonomischen
      Denkens, Die
(Weber), 390-
91 Kauder, Emil, 92-93
Kaufmann, Erich, 282, 283n3
Kaufmann, Felix, 97
Keats, John, 597
Kegan Paul, publisher, 242
Kelin, Jacob, 105, 106n2
Kelsen, Hans: on beatitudes of
      Jesus, 689; critique of Voegelin's
      New Science of Politics by, 7,
      207-9, 214, 218n2, 270; and
      gnosis and gnosticism, 207,
      208-9; on justice, 215-18; on
      Plato, 215; and pure theory of
      law, 62n1, 206-8, 822; students
      of, 62n1, 17877, 209, 211n1, 462,
      589; Voegelin's correspondence
      with, 206-9, 214-18; Voegelin's
      relationship with, 7, 209, 396,
      462, 589, 822
Kendall, Willmoore, 302, 309-12,
      381-83, 392, 402, 405-6, 591-92
Kennan, George F., 398, 399-400
Kennedy, John F, 411n1
Kennedy, John J., 548, 554
Kennedy, Robert, 574
Kerényi, Karl, 359n3, 829
Keynes, John Maynard, 607-8
Kierkegaard, S0ren, 143, 148, 546,
      822
Kindermann, Gottfried-Karl, 553,
      568
Kinein (Being moved), 751
Kinesis, 437
King Lear (Shakespeare), 103-4,
      n1
Kings, First Book of, 219
Kingship and the Gods (Frankfort),
      146, 201
Kinsey, Alfred Charles, 431
Kinsey Report, 189
Kirk, Russell, 258, 302-3, 371,
      649-50, 825
Kissinger, Henry A., 410-11, 412,
      417-18, 604, 637, 638n1, 808
Kitzinger, J., 597, 598, 616, 722
Klein, Jacob and Mrs., 105
Knight, Frank H., 173n1, 175
Knowledge: and belief, 513;
      and faith, 513; and objective
      perspectivism, 552; ontological
      knowledge, 41-42; and
      participation in the known,
      558; and revelation, 75-79;
      sociology of, 390-91; subjectivity
      of, 552
Knox, Ronald, 659-60
Koch, Woldemar, 374
Koehler, Otto, 115, 116n6
Koinai ennoiai, 568
Koinon, 474-75
Koinonia, 485, 490
Kojève, Alexandre, 274, 408,
      518-19, 601, 691-92, 800
Kommerell, Max, 766
König, Marie: and caves of Ile-
de-France, 13, 37, 675, 784, 824, 826, 828; on early man, 680-81; and Greek vases, 621; and Hoover Institution, 622; and paleontology, 5; photograph of, 37; and prehistoric symbols, 576-77, 641-42, 669, 675, 677, 680-81, 694, 747, 828, 865; Voegelin's correspondence with, 576-n, 621-22, 668-69, 680-81, 747-48, 828; and Voegelins' health problems, 668-69; writings by, 747, 748n2
Konrad-Adenauer-Prize (1968),
    570-72
Koran, 135,137
Korean War, 58-59, 66, 157
Kosel Publishing House, 368-70,
      484
Kraus, Karl: and Freud, 830-31;
      on Goethe's Faust, 802, 831;
      influence of, on Voegelin, 14,
      19, 800, 822; on National
      Socialism, 369, 831; Naumann
      on, 800n1; and satirical drama,
      833, 857; study on, by Institute
      for Political Science, University
      of Munich, 585; Szasz on,
      830-31
Krausnick, Helmut, 570-72
Krautheimer, Richard, 670
Kreuzeswissenschaft (Stein), 147
Kreuz und Hakenkreuz
      (Neuhäusler), 492-93
Krise des Amerikanismus, Die
      (Gebhardt), 814-15
Krüger, Gerhard, 301, 302n3
Krull (Mann), 370, 787
Kuhn, Helmut, 282, 283n1, 377, 541
Küng, Hans, 649
Kunkel, Charles, 524-25
Kunkel, Wolfgang, 524
"Kunst, Nichtkunst, Antikunst"
      (Sedlmayr), 812
Kuntz, Paul G., 503, 565
Kurt Wolff Verlag, publisher, 243n1
Ku Yen-wu, 389

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