INDEX (L-R)

VOL 30 —Selected Correspondence:
1950-1984

See the separate Index of Correspondents for a list of the recipients of Voegelin's letters.
Ladner, Gerhart B., 429
Lady Chatterley's Lover
      (Lawrence), 430
Laing, R. D., 545-46, 588, 675-76,
      816
Laird, Defense Secretary, 644-45
Lalande, André, 827
La Mettrie, Julien Offray de, 128
Language, 497-99, 513
Language of the gods, 869
Lao-tzu (Opitz), 553, 560
Larsen, J. A. O., 74-75
Lasky, Melvin, 675-76
Laslett, Peter, 771
Lassalle, Ferdinand, 585
Lasswell, Harold, 474
"Last Judgment" (Vondung), 808
Las Vegas, 172, 175
Laufer, Heinz, 353, 356n1, 366,
      3n-79, 541, 553, 568
Law: American constitutional law,
425; Babylonian law code, 159; Baruzzi on Basic Law, 851-52; Israelitic law code, 159; Jewish law, 595, 599; in Louisiana, 271; LSU Law School, 255-57, 270-72, 283-84, 292, 296, 412; natural law, 270; pure theory of law, 62n1, 206-8, 822
Lawrence, D. H., 430-32
Laws (Plato), 82, 83, 697
League of Nations, 206n1
Leben des hlg. Martin von Tours
      (Sulpicius Severus), 656
Lebensanschauung (Simmel), 178,
      180nn4-5
LeBon, Gustave, 144
Leclerc, Ivor, 547-48, 549-50,
      556-58
Lee, Charles E., 313-14
Legitimität der Neuzeit, Die
      (Blumenberg), 519n2, 520n2, 564
Lehman Brothers, 497, 544
Leibniz, Gottfried Wilhelm, 527,
      536, 608
Lenin, V. I., 118, 517
Leontios of Byzantium, 782
Lepenies, Wolf, 598, 616
Lerner, Max, 258
Lesky, Albin, 94
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim, 89
Lester, Charles T., 569-70
Lettre à Jean Bautru (Bodin), 89
Lettres Philosophiques de Pierre
      Tchaadaev
(Quénet), 205
Leuschner, Peter, 554-56
Levenson, Joseph R., 389
Leviathan, 70
Levinson, Ronald B., 270
Levy, David, 859-60
Levy-Strauss, Claude, 821, 843, 845
Lewis, C. S., 211
Lewis, John D., 390
Lewis, Sinclair, 602
Lewis, Wyndham, 733
Lewy, Guenther, 466
Liberal Ethos, 511-12
Liberals, 259, 733, 764, 863
Libido dominandi, 368, 600, 701
Libido scientiae, 498
Library of Congress, 711
Lieb, Fritz, 58, 62, 65, 205
Lieser, Lene, 57
Life-Death issue, 752
"Life of Reason, The" (Voegelin),
      742, 743
Lifton, Robert Jay, 734
Light in art, 623
Lilly Lectures, 405
Lincoln, Abraham, 388, 673
Lippincott, Benjamin E., 100-102,
      237-38, 847-48
Lippmann, Walter, 53
Lipset, Seymour Martin, 676
Littell, Franklin H., 691, 835
Liturgie cosmique (Balthasar), 147
Lobkowicz, Nikolaus, 543, 553,
      568, 597, 683
Locke, John: on consciousness,
      811; discussion of, at LSU
      Colloquium on Humanities, 105;
      incisiveness of, 639; and koinai
      ennoiai,
568; Laslett's edition
      of, 771n1; on natural light, 125;
      Strauss on, 166, 167n2; on tabula
      rasa,
784; on work and property,
      852; writings by, 568, 771n1
Loewenstein, Hubertus, Prince,
    709
Logical empiricism, 121n3
Logical positivism, 121n3, 839
Logic, Truth and Language (Ayer),
      526
Logique de la Philosophie (Weil),
      274
Logos, 474, 475, 488, 490, 605, 640
Lolita (Nabokov), 383
London School of Economics:
      faculty of, 151n1, 275; Stevenson
      Memorial Lectures by Voegelin
      at, 10, 403-4, 435, 444, 448, 457;
      student from, 152n2
London School of Oriental Studies,
      514
Lonergan, Bernard, 534-36, 539,
      548-49, 813, 819, 824, 826,
      843-44
"Looking at a Body" (Platt), 803
Lord, The (Guardini), 306, 307
Lorenzen, Paul, 837
Lorenz, Konrad, 116n6
Louisiana Law Journal, 170
Louisiana State University:
Colloquium on Humanities at, 104-5, 106; enrollment at, 73; faculty of, 105, 107, 108n2, 152n2, 250-51, 270-71, 276n1, 344-45, 374, 411-13, 710; faculty salaries at, 92, 96, 169, 273, 291-92; Law School of, 255-57, 270-72, 283-84, 292, 296, 412; and liberal education, 105; library of, 221, 256, 380; Middleton as president of, 169, 292, 346-47; Ph. D. programs at, 257; rotating professorship for Voegelin at, 345; secretary at, 332-33; students of, 97, 427n1, 597-98, 708n1; Voegelin as Boyd Professor at, 169; Voegelin as faculty member at, 56-57, 60, 73, 97-98, 104-5, 106, 140, 169, 248, 255-56, 272- 73, 283-84; Voegelin's delivery of White Lectures (1980) at, 849; Voegelin's lecture (1971) at, 710. See also LSU Press
Love, 85, 104, 112, 816
Low, Marianne Hamburger, 55,
      169-70, 175, 342
Löwith, Karl: Beum's reference to,
761; and Christianity, 43-47, I26; and Hallowell, 139; as Hegelian scholar, 601; on Heidegger, 111-13; and job offer to Voegelin from University of Munich, 113; on meaning in history versus meaning of history, 132; on sacred history, 42-47; and Taubes, 269; translation of letter to, 19; on types of historical speculation, 139; Voegelin's correspondence with, 6, 42-47, 111-13, 589-90; and Voegelin's History of Political Idea (Voegelin), 113; Voegelin's opinion of, 470; writings by, 43-47, 111, 139, 144, 145
Loyalty, 230-31
Loyola University (Chicago),
    250n2, 252-53, 339, 340-41, 343,
      357-58
Loyola University (New Orleans),
      158n1
LSU. See Louisiana State
      University
LSU Press: and book jacket for
Order and History, 279, 287; and delays in work on Order and History, 40 1-2, 420-21, 433-34, 444-46, 453-54, 458-61, 524, 630, 689, 695-98, 731, 739, 749; and The Drama of Humanity, 13, 661-62; and The Ecumenic Age, 177, 181, 341, 361, 401-2, 406, 433-34, 444-48, 453-54, 458-61, 525, 689, 695-98, 699, 749, n5, 777-78, 780, 783, 786, 788, 791, 792, 795; and Eric Voegelin's Search for Order in History, 83 4; and German edition of Order and History, 33 4, 338; and In Search of Order, 5 16-17, 630-32, 637, 643, 645, 650, 661, 662, 758-59, 760, n5-n, n8, 788, 810; and Order and History (originally titled Order and Symbols ), 4, 7, 8, 9-10, 245-47, 250, 254, 260, 262, 264-66, 269-70, 279, 306, 308, 313, 327-28, 347; and sales of Order and History, 334, 336, 338, 346, 366; and title of Order and History, 2 47; and translation of Anamnesis into English, 516-17, 631. See also Ellegood, Donald R.; Jarrett, Beverly; Order and History (Voegelin); Phillabaum, Leslie E.; and other works by Voegelin
Lubac, Henri de: and Aron, 58; and
Catholicism, 91; and gnosticism, 387; influence of, on Voegelin, 766; and Origen, 66; and Schütz, 56; and University of Lyons, 94; Voegelin's interest in meeting with, 57, 94; writings by, 147, 241, 371
Luhnow, Harold, 273, 328
Lumen naturale, 124, 125
Luminosity, 844
Luther, Martin, 78, 92, 180
"Luther and Calvin" (Voegelin),
      871
Lutz, Friedrich A., 115
Lyman, Lloyd G., 810

Ma'at, 798
Macedonian synedria, 74
Mach, Ernst, 608
Mache athanatos, 868
Machiavelli, Niccolò, 58, 65, 99,
      105, 484-85, 697
Mack, Arian, 692-93
Macmillan, publisher, 4, 6-7,
      181-83, 222-23, 229, 232, 243-45
Madison, James, 213
Madness and Society (Foucault),
      664
Magee University College, 325-26
Magic and alchemy: and
apocalyptic tradition, 845; and Bishirjian, 662-63; Boehme on, 706, 723; Bultmann on, 249; Dell'Arco on, 674; Ficino on, 784, 791; and Goethe's Faust, 814; and Hegel, 644, 663, 671, 679, 691-92, 693, 704, 706, 722-23, 784; and ideology, 663; and materia prima, 784; and prophets, 249; and revolutions, 841; and rituals of renewal, 798; and violence, 693; Vondung on, 841-42, 867-68; Rad on, 249; and Windischmann, 688
Magicien du Dieu, Le (Dumas), 663
Magic in the Web (Heilman),
      287-91, 293-96
Magie und Manipulation
      (Vondung), 723
Maier, Hans: career of, 506n1;
and Deutsche Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft, 532, 534n2; and examination system of Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 543, 546n2; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 9, 484, 503, 543, 546n2, 683; and Interfakultative Institut (1968), 553; job opportunities for, 568
Maimonides, 89, 123, 569, 607
Maine, 473
Malaparte, Curzio, 793
Mallia, F. S., 712
Maloney, Father, 535-36
Malta, 661, 712, 721, 734, 764, 770,
      772, 865
Manetho, 409, 411
Mania, 600-601
Mann, Thomas, 362, 506, 594, 787,
      802, 803
Mannerism, 545, 633, 636, 6n, 693
Mannerism (Sherman), 545
Mannheim, Karl, 391
Man without Qualities, The
      (Musil), 306
Mao Tse-tung, 768
Marcel, Gabriel, 147, 682
Marcus Aurelius, 673, 757
Marcuse, Herbert, 601-3, 612
Margenau, Henry, 624-25
Mariology, 64, 65-66, 128-29
Maritain, Jacques, 41, 73, 146, 766,
      783
Mark, Gospel of, 689
Marlowe, Christopher, 814
Marquette University: faculty of,
      650-51, 728-29; publication of
      "The Beginning and the Beyond"
      by, 788, 810; Voegelin's lectures
      at, 277-78, 281, 783, 785, 788,
      792, 830
Marshack, Alexander, 694
Marshall Plan, 115n4
Martin, Roscoe, 520
Martines, de Pasqually, 538, 539
Martin of Tours, 655-56
Marx, Karl: on alienation, 833; and
androgynous myth, 652, 654; and Blutrausch (blood intoxication), 804-5, 806; compared with Dewey, 325; and detachment, 143; economic aspects of, 602, 767; and gnosticism, 212, 368, 562; and Hegel, 274-75; in higher education, 652, 839; on history, 362; Hölderlin's influence on, 430; on human nature, 125, 424; ideology of generally, 538, 553; incisiveness of, 639; as intellectual swindler, 368, 415; and Löwith, 470; and magic, 663, 693; moral strength of, 163; and Novalis, 833; ontology of, 424; poetry by, 852; and positivism, 228; prohibition of questions by, 367, 823; and Protestant theology, 134; and redivinization and secularization, 135; and refusal of service, 655; and revolution, 148, 767; scientific socialism of, 275; and socialist man, 368; on subordination of consciousness to being, 362; on superman, 125; Voegelin's article on, 65, 67, 90; in Voegelin's From Enlightenment to Revolution, 767, 770, 788, 795; on work, 852; writings by, 198-200, 652, 833 Marxism, 264, 397, 409, 481, 601-2, 821
Masingill, E. Frank, 707-8
Mason, Henry L., 238-39
Massachusetts Institute of
      Technology (MIT), 162
Mass media, 2n-78
Masters, Roger D., 834
Materialhuberei (accumulation
      of theoretically undigested
      material), 19, 297
Mathematics, 284, 285, 415, 468,
      512, 625n2, 670-71, 784. See also
      Science
Matthew, Gospel of, 626, 689
Mauksch, Werner, 377-79
Maunz, Theodor, 353
Maurach, Reinhart, 374
Mauvaise foi, 578
Maxims and Reflections (Goethe),
      266
Maximus the Confessor, 147
Max Planck Institute, 298, 301
Mayans, 456
McBeth, George, 769
McClain, Earnest, 817-18
McCloy, John, 115
McCurdy, Henry B., 222-23,
      243-45
Mclver, Robert, 116
McKeon, Richard Peter, 281
McKinley, Erskine W., 375, 376-79
McKnight, Stephen, 795-98, 834
McLuhan, Marshall, 172, 173-74
Meaning in History (Löwith),
      43-47, 139, 145
Meaning of Revelation, The
    (Niebuhr), 101, 147
"Meaning of the Gospel"
      (Voegelin), 630, 645
Means and ends, 157, 158-59
Measure for Measure (Shakespeare),
      819, 855
Media. See Mass media
Megalomania. See Egomania
Megiste amathia, 697
Meher Baba, 780-81
Melancholie und Gesellschaft
      (Lepenies), 598
Mellon, Paul, 371
Mellonta Tauta (Poe), 763-64
Melodrama, 392-95
Melville, Herman, 530-31, 651,
      710
Menander, 666
Mencken, H. L., 258, 602, 734
Mendelssohn, Peter de, 803
Mendenhall, G., 422-23
Menschheit und Geschichte
      (Henningsen), 553, 560, 628
Mensch in der Entfremdung, Der
      (Herwig), 763
Mercadante, Francesco, 587-89,
      622, 623n1
Merkl, Adolf, 61-62
"Merkur, " 113
Merleau-Ponty, Maurice, 57, 58,
      793
Mersenne, Marin, 540, 542
Meshman, V. R, 579
Mesopotamia, 167, 177, 219, 222,
      577, 694
Messianism, 134
Metalepsis, 557
Metanoia, 44
Metaphysics: and Aristotle, 434,
439-41, 490-91, 526, 541; of Campanella, 540, 541; Cook on, as premise for theoretical work, 187-88; Enlightenment resistance to, 672; of Heidegger, 490-91; and Jaffé, 439-42; and Kelsen, 207, 208; and Leibniz questions, 527; and order, 79; Scheler on, 439; and Taubes, 162-63; Voegelin on meaning of, 187-88; Wolffean metaphysics, 682
Metaphysics (Aristotle), 439, 440,
      441, 486, 505, 526, 595, 854
Metaphysics (Campanella), 540,
      541-42, 545
Metastasis, 481, 488-89, 578
Metaxy (In-Between), 485-86, 688,
      751, 782, 845, 859, 860-61
Methexis, 485, 490, 537, 557
Methodus (Bodin), 89
Metropolitan Museum of Art (New
      York), 69n2, 97, 218-20, 279,
      324, 392, 621, 746
Mexico, 327
Meyer, Denise, 313
Meyer, Eduard, 219
Meyerhoff, Hans, 449
Miami University (Ohio), 374
Michels, Robert, 427, 428n2
Middleton, Troy H., 169, 292,
      346-47
Mill, John Stuart, 60, 105
Miller, Henry, 478-79
Miller, J. Hillis, 545, 564
Miller, Samuel H., 496
Milton, John, 636
Mises, Ludwig von, 173n1, 175-76,
      221n1
Mississippi, 97, 176-77
MIT. See Massachusetts Institute
      of Technology (MIT)
Mnemosyne (Praz), 674, 684
Moby Dick (Melville), 530-31
Modern Age, 429, 678, 682, 736,
      825, 840
Moderne Geschichtsschreibung
      (Wagner), 449
"'Modernity' in Western Political
      Thought" (Germino), 653
Moe, Henry Allen, 93-95, 235,
      261-62, 305
Mohammed, 322, 527. See also
      Islam
Mohler, Armin, 396-97, 519
Mohr (J. C. B. ) publishing company,
      376
Molnar, Thomas: career of, 586n1;
on existentialism, 682; review of Voegelin's Science, Politics, and Gnosticism by, 678; Voegelin's correspondence with, 586, 678-79, 682-83, 689-90, 706-7, 858; and Voegelin's "Gospel and Culture, " 683; and Voegelin's "Hegel, " 706; and Voegelin's reluctance to endorse any political persuasion, 14; writings by, 586, 679, 682-83, 689, 707, 858
Monadology, 536
Monasticism, 617-18
"Mongol Orders of Submission"
      (Voegelin), 631
Monnerot, Jules, 144
Monotheism, 127-28, 589
Monteverdi, Claudio, 800
Montreal Expo, 532-33
Morbus animi, 823
Mordstein, Friedrich, 649
More, Thomas, 166-67, 4I4, 468,
      563n1
Morgan, Everett, 650-51, 728-29
Morse, Theo R, 183-84
Moses: Bright on, 422; Buber
on, 422; image of, on book jacket of Voegelin's Israel and Revelation, 279; Maimonides on, 89; prophets' relationship to, 308; revelation of, in Exodus, 727, 729, 731, 790; and Schütz, 161; Voegelin's studies on, 239, 242
Motivation, 160-61
Moulakis, Athanasios, 768
"Moving Soul, The" (Voegelin), 610
Müller, G. H., 831-32
Müller, Max, 489-92, 728
Müller-Karpe, Hermann, 577
Mündigwerden (coming of age), 595
Munich. See Institute for Political
      Science, University of Munich;
      University of Munich
Mure, G. R. G., 158-59
Murray, Michael, 634-36
Musical Instruments and Their
      Symbolism in Western Art

      (Winternitz), 746
Musil, Robert, 306, 756, 762-63,
      768
Mussolini, Benito, 597, 762
Mycenae, 712
Mysterium Magnum (Boehme),
      706, 723
Mystica, 751, 829
Mysticism: Christian mysticism,
46-47, 71, 89, 110, 131, 180, 487; and Ernst, 780-81; of fourteenth century, 180; "height" and "depth" experiences of, 613-14; monistic mysticism, 487; and Plotinus, 751; and Protestantism, 596-97, 599; and Sebba, 751-72; and symbols, 513; theistic mysticism, 487; types of Indian mysticism, 613-14; Victorine mysticism, 179; Voegelin as mystic, 751-72; Zaehner on types of, 487-88; Zen mysticism, 168
Mysticism, Sacred and Profane
      (Zaehner), 487, 488
Mystiques humanines, 144
Mystiques politiques (Rougier), 144
Myth: androgynous myth, 652,
654; of birth of hero, 484-85; cosmogonic myth, 797; and cult of hero, 814-15; definition of, 731; of demiurge, 79, 135, 438, 440, 605, 751; Egyptian myth, 745; Eliade on, 473, 731; founding myth, 815; Homeric myth, 308; of Judgment of the Dead, 415; Mesopotamian and Egyptian cosmological myths, 167, 177, 577, 694; and physics, 609-10; and Plato, 81, 82-83, 96, 123, 415, 438-39, 441, 751, 790, 791; and revelation, 82-83, 441; Schelling on, 262; secularized myth, 484; series of causation 111, 443; and Thou-problem, 131; and Time of the Tale, 471, 491; of world catastrophes, 674-75
Myth and Reality (Eliade), 473

Nadaeu, Maurice, 540
Nagarjuna, Acharya, 786
Name der Rose, Der (Eco), 870
Napoleonic wars, 143, 362
Natanson, Maurice, 660-61
National Book Foundation, 334,
      3. 36, 338
National Institute on the
      Holocaust, 835
National Review: Buckley's
commentaries 111, 847; and Buckley's idea for philosopher- of-year column 111, 848, 849n1; and Kendall, 302, 311, 381; Niemeyer's article 111, 862; review of Kissinger's book 111, 604; review of Voegelin's Order and History 111, 302, 381; Vazquez's letter to, 587; Voegelin's refusal to be contributor to, 590, 591-92, 708, 733
National Socialism: and
Baumgarten's study of conscience, 98; Buchheim on, 377; and Catholic Church, 493n2, 779; and classical- Christian tradition, 136; context of, 523-24; and German Cultural Association, 114; and Heidegger, 56, 112; and Hinderer's Deutsche Reden, 792; and Holocaust, 11, 70, 570-71, 835; impact of, on post-World War II Germany, 3, 50, 61; and Ipsen, 115; Kraus on, 369, 831; and Pfeifer affair, 463; research center on, 572n2; and responsibility for metaphysical blindness, 162; Ritter on, 268; and Schmitt, 56, 90n1, 184, 3n; and schools for young elite, 756n1; and Sedlmayr, 657n1; Voegelin's articles on, 708-9; and Voegelin's History of the Race Idea, 871; and Voegelin's Political Religions, 871
Natural law, 270
Natural reason, 690
Nature of Law and Related
      Writings,
The (Voegelin), 303-4
"Nature of Politics" (de Jouvenel),
      224
Nature of the American Spirit, The
    [On the Form of the American Mind]
   (Voegelin), 524
Naumann, Hans, 51, 52n4
Naumann, Michael, 32, 799-200
Nazism. See Hitler, Adolf; National
      Socialism
"Necessity of Anachronism, The"
      (Heilman), 296
Nelson, Jeffrey M., 590
Neo-Hegelianism, 408-9, 601-2
Neo-Kantianism, 173, 207, 209,
      766, 822
Neo-Platonism: and anima mundi,
605, 614; and Brucker, 705; and Ecumenic empires, 872-73; and emanation from the One, 868; and Emerson, 704; and Enlightenment, 588; and Ficino, 845, 852; of German Pietists, 619; and gnosticism, 761; and Hegel, 619, 688, 704, 723, 868; and light, 623; and magic, 784; and modern gnosis, 622; and Pico della Mirandola, 845, 852
Neuhäusler, Johannes, 484, 492-93
"New Context of Theology, The"
      (Lonergan), 534
New Grange, 738, 740, 745, 747,
      748, 764
New School for Social Research,
      97, 103n3, 551
New Science of Politics, The
(Voegelin): advertisements on, 156; award for, 102n1; on Bergson's problem, 145; on Christianity, n2-32; and Clancy, 156-57; del Noce on, 5n-78, 579n1; Engel-Janosi on, 186-87; Ficarra on, 254; and Hagan, 254; and Hallowell, 138-41; on immanentism, 155; influences on, 3; Kelsen's critique of, 7, 207-9, 214, 218n2, 270; on Materialhuberei, 297n4; Mercadante on, 587-89; on modernity and modern Gnosis, 10, 144, 396, 761; and Mure, 158; new edition of, 186-87; and Niemeyer, 152-53; publication of, 4, 113, 186-87, 588; request by Educational Resources Corp. for excerpt from, 625-26; reviews of, 149, 150, 153-54, 170-71, 180; sales of, 183; and Schütz, 118, n2-32; and Smellie, 151; and Taubes, 179, 180; and Vazquez, 593; and Rad, 249; writing style of, 141
New Science of Politics: Hans
      Kelsen's Reply,
A (Kelsen), 214,
      218n2, 270
New Testament. See Bible; and
      specific books
"Newton's Concept of Science"
      (Wagner), 606-10
Newton, Sir Isaac, 567, 606-10
New Yorker, 11, 456
New York Herald Tribune, 383
New York Times, 658, 694, 866
New York Times Book Review, 120,
      121n1
New York Times Magazine, 592
Nichiren, 668
Nicht mehr schönen Kuenste, Die
      (Jauss), 742
Nicolaus Cusanus, 131, 303, 513,
      514, 547
Nicomachean Ethics (Aristotle),
    85, 118, 185, 440, 475, 476, 696
Niebuhr, Barthold Georg, 566
Niebuhr, Reinhold, 147, 201, 258
Niebuhr, Richard H., 101, 147, 201
Nieli, Russell, 766-67
Niemeyer, Gerhart: career of,
153nn1-2; and de Jouvenel, 223; and "Equivalences of Experience and Symbolization in History, " 620; European trips by, 349; and Festschrift on Voegelin, 862-63; on ideology, 517-18; on intelligible units of history, 862-63; on Kissinger, 604; and Lissy Voegelin's health problems, 652, 654, 667; and Notre Dame professorship, 742; and Notre Dame symposium on alternatives to Communism, 424; and Platonic dialogue by Fingerhut, 652; and political theory generally, 583; and Regnery, 755; on revelation, 620; review of Voegelin's work by, 593, 594; scholarship of, compared with Voegelin, 594; and State Department, 152, 153nn1-2; and sweatshirt for Voegelin, 548, 549n1; translation of Voegelin's Anamnesis by, 810, 830, 834, 841; and trip to Japan, 548, 648, 667-68; and Voegelin at Notre Dame, 548; and Voegelin's Anamnesis, 517, 526, 552-53, 810, 830, 834, 841; Voegelin's correspondence with, 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; and Voegelin's Drama of Humanity, 620; and Voegelin's Greek volumes of Order and History, 348; and Voegelin's health problems, 667; and Voegelin's "Hegel, " 648, 652; and Voegelin's "Henry James," 648; and Voegelin's In Search of Order, 467; and Voegelin's Israel and Revelation, 321-23; and Voegelin's New Science of Politics, 152-53; and Voegelin's Order and History, 668; and Voegelin's refusal to be National Review contributor, 591-92; and Voegelin's reluctance to endorse any political persuasion, 14, 472 Nietzsche, Friedrich: on Beast, 546; on Christ, 67; and derailment, 703; and detachment, 143; and failure of transcendence, 665-66; and Heidegger, 112; influence of, on Taubes, 126; Jaspers on, 240-41; on libido dominandi, 368; and Löwith, 470; and magic, 663; and refusal of service, 655; retirement of, 806; and revolt against God, 135, 368, 605; Salin on, 66-67, 68n1; sublimation psychology of, 767; sun symbolism of, 531; translations of, 240-41; on Ubermensch, 148, 368; on value, ü2; Voegelin's seminar on, 98; on will, 614; writings by, 67
Nigger of the Narcissus (Conrad),
      700
1984 (Orwell), 497-98
Nixon, Richard, 521n1, 604,
      644-45, 646n3
Nock, A. D., 147
Noein, 475
Noesis and noetic experience, 440,
      442, 474-76, 485-89, 600, 605,
      690
Nomina, 491
Nomina Dei, 491
Nominalism, 391
Nomoi (Plato). See Laws (Plato)
Nonexistent reality, 488-89, 737
Norden, Eduard, 127, 633, 677
Norland, Donald R., 686-87
Normlogic (normative logic), 207
Northwestern University, 606
Nosos (spiritual disease), 823, 854
Notes on Virginia (Jefferson), 213
Noth, Martin, 422
Nous: actualization of, 600;
      Aristotle on, 78, 485, 526; and
      Chinese idea of man, 4n; and
      episteme, 78; Heraclitus on, 474;
      and human nature, 605; and
      Jaspers, 148; meanings of, 552;
      Parmenides on logos versus, 488;
      and philia politike, 393; tension
      of human nous to divine Nous,
      475
Novalis, 833, 852
Nova Scotia, 473
Nuremberg Trials, 184

Oakeshott, Michael, 275, 337,
    344-45, 435
Oberlin College, 390
Object-difference, 475
Object-identity, 475
Object-subject dichotomy, 743
Ochsner, Alton E., 164-65
O'Connor, Eric, 534, 538-39,
      738-39, 858-59
Odes (Hölderlin), 430
Odyssey (Homer), 824
Oedipus, 815
Oehler, Klaus, 353, 355, 376-79
Oekumene and Imperium in China
    [Oikoumene and Imperium]

    (Weber-Schäfer), 560, 766
Ogden, H. S. V., 562-63
Ohio State University, 238n1
Old Testament. See Bible; and
      specific books
Old Testament and Christian
      Faith,
The (Anderson), 419
Old Testament and Modern Study,
      The
(Rowley), 146
"On Classical Studies" (Voegelin),
      695, 734, 736
One-Dimensional Man (Marcuse),
      602
"On Hegel—A Study in Sorcery"
(Voegelin): and Anderson, 704; and Bishirjian, 662; and Cullmann, 713; and Dempf, 722- 23; and Germino, 653; inclusion of, in In Search of Order, 661; as International Society for the Study of Time presentation (1969), 832n2; and Kirk, 650; and Mack, 693; and Molnar, 706; and Naumann, 800; and Niemeyer, 648, 652; publication of, 650, 653, 693; and Sedlmayr, 654, 656; and Sisk, 726; and Tonsor, 691-92; writing of, 644
"On Intoxication" (Sisk), 726
"On Representation" (Voegelin).
      See Walgreen Lectures
On the Form of the American Mind
      (Voegelin), 871
Ontology: of Aristotle, 178; and
      Gilson, 146; and Heidegger, 285;
      of Marx, 424; ontological
      knowledge, 41-42; and
      philosophical anthropology,
      171; and Schütz, 85-87, 312;
      Taubes on, 178-80; Voegelin's
      Order and History as, 388; and
      Weber, 85-87, 171
On Violence (Arendt), 693
Open versus closed existence, 642
Open versus closed society, 53,
      145, 427
Opitz, Peter: on China, 560, 767-
      68, 769; and Hoover Institute
      generally, 13; and Institute for
      Political Science, University of
      Munich, 477, 568, 676, 684, 689;
      photographs of, 27, 32; writings
      by, 545, 553, 560, 767-68
Oppenheimer, Robert, 398, 399n2
Opsis, 542
Order and History (Voegelin):
Albright on, 421-23; American Political Science Association panel on, 404-5, 421-23; beginning of, 10; changes in Voegelin's concept of, 222-23; on Christianity, 306, 307-8; compared with Toynbee's Study of History, 447-48, 452; completion of, 9-10; delays in work on, 401-2, 420-21, 433-34, 444-46, 453-54, 458-61, 524, 630, 689, 695-98, 731, 739, 749; development of (1958-1973), 9-10; de Waal on, 209-11; editing of Greek volumes of, 292; European trip for research on, 234-35, 259-64, 267-69; financial support for, 225, 229, 232, 241; German edition of, 334-35, 336, 338; on Greece, 308, 313; and Hebrew texts, 270, 281; and Heilman, 306, 371, 372; and historiogenesis, 10; and Jaffé, 276; and Kendall, 381, 382, 402, 406; length of, 221, 222-23, 231, 266, 267, 281, 330; and Macmillan, 4, 6-7, 181-83, 222-23, 229, 232, 243-45; and Ouellette, 418-19; and Pantheon, 229, 232, 242-43; publication of, by LSU Press, 4, 7, 8, 9-10, 245-47, 250, 254, 260, 262, 264-66, 269-70, 281-83, 286, 292, 306, 313, 327-28, 330, 347; publication problems of, 181-83, 225, 229, 231-32, 234, 241, 242-43, 245-47; relationship of, to Anamnesis, 504, 514, 516-17; research grants for, 233-35, 261-65, 271-73, 327-28; reviews of, 297, 302, 310-11, 317-18, 321-23, 357-58, 367, 371, 380- 81, 386-88, 400; revisions of second two volumes of, 306; sales of, 334, 336, 346; and Schütz, 7, 358-59; significance of, 8; and Swedish language proficiency, 270; and Taubes, 266, 281, 286; title of, originally as Order and Symbols, 4, 6-7, 181, 247; title of, published by LSU Press, 283; title of, suggested by Voegelin to LSU Press, 247; and Toynbee, 339-40; translation of, 444-45; volumes of, 181, 231, 241, 244, 260, 262, 264; Ware's proposal for one-volume edition of, 452-54; writing and organization of later volumes of, 265, 338, 341, 346, 361, 379-81, 383-84, 390, 401-2, 406, 412, 420-21, 433-34, 444-46, 453-54, 458-61, 517, 525, 630-32, 731, 738-39, 749; writing style of, 182. See also titles of specific volumes
Order of Cluny, 51
Oresteia (Aeschylus), 79-80
"Organic State, The" (Mure), 158
Oriental Institute, Chicago, 145,
      162, 182-83, 201, 222, 274, 433,
      584
Orientalists, 145-46
Origen, 58, 64, 66, 147, 599, 751,
      752
Origins of Gnosticism, The
      (Bianchi), 761
"Origins of Scientism, The"
      (Voegelin), 48, 609
Origins of Totalitarianism, The
      (Arendt), 6, 69-72, 155n2, 174n2
Orpheus (Boehme), 641, 712
Ortega y Gasset, José, 147, 148
Orwell, George, 497-98
Otaka, Tamoo, 177, 178n3
Othello (Shakespeare), 103-4, 171,
      259
Otto, Rudolf, 613, 822
Otto, Stephan, 783, 784n2
Otto, Walter R, 308
Ouellette, Jean, 418-19
Overbeck, Franz, 126, 138
"Oxford Political Philosophers,
The" (Voegelin): addition of, to New Science of Politics, 187; and Clancy, 158; content of, 186-87, 237-38; and de Waal, 211; and Fine, 214; German version of, 186-87; and Hallowell, 138, 140; and Lippincott, 237-38; Lissy Voegelin on, 151; Mure mentioned 111, 159n2; publication of, 116-17, 138; and Schütz, 137; and Strauss, 166-67; and Wilson, 171
Oxford University, 158-59, 400n5,
    753-54, 758, 759, 763, 765, 771
Oxford University Press, 242, 302,
      341, 767, 851

Paganism, 44, 45, 110, 147. See also
      Gods
Paideia (Jaeger), 146, 222, 387
Pannenberg, Wolfhart, 594, 649,
      679-80, 789-91
Panofsky, Erwin, 344, 33, 795
Pantheon, publisher, 229, 232,
      242-43
Parable of the cave, 123, 806
"Parable of the Cave" (Heidegger),
      111
Paraclete, 46
Paradise and Revolution
      (Voegelin), 637
Paradise Lost (Milton), 636
Paranoia, 845, 849
Paratitla (Cujas), 217
Pareto, Vilfredo, 202
Parmenides: and aletheia, 46; on
      being, 475, 514, 549; Gigon on,
      476, 486; and God as subject,
      419; literary remains of, 535; and
      Nicolaus Cusanus, 547; on nous
      versus logos, 488; Voegelin's
      writings on, 49, 52
Parmenides (Plato), 338, 490
Parmigianino, 674, 677, 693, 706
Parmigianino (dell'Arco), Il, 674,
      677, 706, 723
Parousia (presence), 368, 485, 490,
      814-15, 868
Parry, Stanley, 424
Parsons, Talcott, 107, 116
Participatio, 485, 491, 537, 557
Pascal, Blaise, 67, 135, 147, 148,
      168, 277, 726, 739
Pascal, Robert A., 255, 411-13
Pascher, Joseph, 524
Passion, 394
Paton, George W., 255
Pauck, Wilhelm, 161
Paul, Saint: conversion of, 123,
600; Ernst on, 787; on existence, 594-97; on faith, 85, 107, 595-96; Henningsen on, 695; on human nature, 594-96, 600-601, 605-6; on justice, 217; literalism of, 695; missionarism of, 697; Overbeck on, 126; persecution of Christians by, 595, 596, 599; on pneumatikos, 179-80; vision of, 598, 599, 736, 739, 740, 781, 790. See also specific epistles
Paul, Jean, 531
Peace, 156-57
Peithô, 79, 81, 595
Pelagianism, 213
Peloponnesian War, 291, 295, 697
Pensées (Pascal), 2n
"People of God, The" (Voegelin),
      871
Periagoge, 56, 82, 123, 315-16, 542
Pericles, 291
Peripherocentrism, 547, 549-50
Peri ta anthropina, 13
Personsperipher, 415, 417n3
Personszentral, 417n3
Peter, Saint, 688
Peters, Heinz, Dr., 641-42
Petersen, Peter G., 748
Peterson, Rudolph, 544
Pétrement, Simone, 144
Petropulos, William, 19
Pfeifer affair, 462-64
Pfister, Bernhard, 282, 319
Phaedo (Plato), 490
Phaedrus (Plato), 81, 82, 344n3
Phaidon (Plato), 485-86
Pharaoh, 127
Phenomenology: and Gurwitsch,
284-85, 314-16, 317; and Hegel, 285, 368, 409; and Heilman, 289; and Husserl, 275, 284-85, 312, 315-16, 536-37, 660; Natanson on, 660-61; and Schütz, 119n2, 312, 660; and Tetragrammaton, 128; and Voegelin, 173
Phenomenology (Hegel), 274-75,
      368, 644
"Phenomenology and Typification"
      (Natanson), 660-61
Philadelphia Society, 591, 733, 734
Philia, 2, 78, 178
Philia politike, 230, 393
Phillabaum, Leslie E., 749, 758-60,
      775-78
Phillips, Norman R., 591
Philo, 784, 790, 791
Philo (Wolfson), 100, 146
Philodoxos, 112
Philosophes, 539
Philosophia, 124
Philosophia Christiana, 615
Philosophia cosmologica, 615
Philosophical anthropology: and
      goods and virtues in classical and
      Christian ethics, 85; and Husserl,
      160; and immanentism, 155;
      and Kelsen, 207; and relevance,
      118, 152; and social science, 185;
      and Voegelin's New Science of
      Politics,
171. See also Human
      nature
Philosophie der Erscheinung
      (Earth), 58
Philosophie der Mythologie und
      der Offenbarung
(Schelling), 850
Philosophie der Symbolischen
      Formen
(Cassirer), 386-87
Philosophos, 112
Philosophy: as collection of
opinions, 811; and gnosis, 139-40; Goldmann on, 398; Heraclitus on, 504; historiography of, 566; literary form 111, 504-5; meaning of, 112, n2-23; Plato on, 139- 40, 485-86; of politics, 140, 693, 743, 750; of religion, 728-29; scholarship on Greek philosophers, 146; Voegelin's grievance against contemporary philosophy, 635. See also specific philosophers
"Philosophy of Existence: Plato's
      Gorgias, The" (Voegelin), 41-42,
      48
Philosophy of History (Hegel), 10
Philosophy of History in Our Time,
      The
[an anthology] 449-50
Philosophy of Myth and Revelation
      (Schelling), 262
Philosophy of Order, The,
      [Voegelin Festschrift ] 862
"Philosophy of Religion of Karl
      Rahner, The" (Stohrer), 728-29
Phoenicians, 219
"Physical Existence" (Leclerc), 547,
      556
Physics, 106, 5I3-14, 547, 557, 567,
      606-10, 624, 784
Physics (Aristotle), 439
Physics Review (Alper et al. ), 63
Physis, 439-40
Picker, Henry, 466n4
Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni,
      845
Pietists, 619
Pilate, 216-17
Pilgerstrasse, 51, 52n3
Piper Verlag, publisher, 11
Piranesi, Giambattista, 532, 533
Pirayech, Purandocht, n2, n3-74
Pisistratus, 87
Pittsburgh Theological Seminary,
      593, 649, 683, 713
Pius XII, Pope, 11, 725
Planck (Max) Institute, 298, 301
Plato: on agathon, 82, 439; on
andreia, 163; on anima mundi, 614; Aristotle's relationship with, 209, 295; on Being, 338; on Beyond, 873-74; Campanella on, 542; on corruption of young people, 163, 197, 720; on death and Last Judgment, 440; discussion of, at LSU Colloquium on Humanities, 105, 106; on doxa, 71; on Eros, Thanatos, Dike, 85, 140, 188, 229, 439, 440; on existence, 41-42, 48, 527; and experiential matrix, 568; on form in history, 132; on God, 70, 690, 751; and Henningsen, 696-98; on Homer, 210-11, 295; on human nature, 119, 363, 594, 600-601, 605-6; and ideas, 563; influence of Aeschylus on, 79-80; influence of, on Heidegger, 56; influence of, on Voegelin, 14, 16; Kelsen on, 215; literary remains of, 535; on mache athanatos, 868; on methexis, 490, 557; and myth, 81, 82-83, 96, 123, 415, 438-39, 441, 751, 790, 791; and Nomoi, 697; on non-knowledge, 216; on nosos (spiritual disease), 823; Oehler's research on, 376-77; and parable of the cave, 123, 806; on periagoge, 56, 315-36; on philodoxos, 112; on philosophos, 112; on philosophy, 139-40, 485-86; on polis, 385, 387, 697; political science of, 74; on politike episteme, 367; Popper on, 53-54; on rulers, 123, 606; scholarship on, 270, 301; on science, 827; on society and soul, 80; on soul, 78, 613, 614; Strauss and Platonic dialogue, 75, 79-83; study of, and history of theory, 101; and symbols of revelation, 727; on tension of existence, 809; on transcendence, 124, 438, 439; on vision, 861; Voegelin's analyses of Gorgias by, 41-42, 47, 48; in Voegelin's Order and History, 223, 244; on zetema, 339; on zetesis, 563. See also Neo-Platonism
—Works: Apology , 81; Critias,
82, 969; Gorgias, 41-42, 47, 48, 54, 81, 82, 162, 415, 752; Laws, 82, 83, 697; Parmenides, 338; Phaedo, 490; Phaedrus, 81, 82, 344n3; Phaidon, 485-86; Politeia, 316, 605; Protagoras, 80; Republic, 54, 80, 81, 82, 123, 817-18; Statesman, 123; Symposium, 81, 82, 439; Theaetetus, 80; Theages, 81; Timaeus, 79, 82, 96, 438, 440, 441, 605, 619
Plato and Aristotle (Voegelin): and
      Havard, 338; index of, 327, 330;
    and Ouellette, 418-19; proofs
    of, 327, 330; publication of, 313,
    325, 327, 329; reviews of, 348,
    381; and Schütz, 358-59; on
    science, 827. See also Order and
    History
(Voegelin)
Platons Lehre von der Wahrheit
      (Heidegger), 56
Plato's Modern Enemies (Wild), 270
Platt, Michael, 803-4, 820-21
Pleonexia, 42, 697
Plessner, Helmut, 709
Plon, publisher, 400
Plotinus, 443, 505, 588, 682, 751,
      786, 861
Pluralistic Universe, A (James), 594
Pneumatikos, 179-80
Pneumopathology, 588, 804
Poe, Edgar Allan, 763-64
Poetics (Aristotle), 295, 431, 563
Polanyi, Michael, 399, 400n7, 836
Poleis, 14-15
Polin, Raymond, 280
Polis, 385, 387, 697, 698
Politeia (Plato), 316, 605
Political Religions (Voegelin), 144,
      158, 179, 756, 871
Political science: Aristotle on, 230,
393; in Germany, 353, 373-75, 484, 716-17; Hobbes on, 393; Niemeyer on contemporary situation of, 348; and policy, 842; societies and organizations on, 584; theory of, 582-85. See also Politics
Political Science Reviewer, 736
"Political Symbolism" (Weller),
      427
Political Theory (Brecht), 390
Political Theory: The Great
      Questions
(Germino), 805-6
"Political Theory in the United
      States" (Lippincott), 100-102
Politics: and minimization of evil,
      157; and passion, 394; philosophy
      of, 140, 693, 743, 750; and policy,
      842; Schmitt on, 393. See also
      Political science
Politics (Aristotle), 440, 696, 697,
      741
"Politics: Art or Science?"
      (Hallowell), 138
Politics and Science (Esslinger),
      252
Politics of Philo (Goodenough), 100
Politike episteme, 367
Pollock, James K., 227-28, 375, 407
Polybius, 100
Polytheism, 77-78, 82-83. See also
      Gods; Paganism
Pontenza dell' anima (Zolla), 576
Popitz, Heinrich, 399
Popper, Karl, 53-54, 270, 837, 848
Portmann, Adolf, 675, 677
Portugal, 771
Positivism: in American higher
education and professional associations, 73, 98, 108, 195-96, 225, 226-27, 251; and Cassirer, 209; and Hartnett, 226; and Husserl, 209; and International Political Science Association, 365; logical positivism, n1n3, 839; and Marx, 228; and natural sciences, 87; and Niemeyer, 152; and physics, 610; of Schlick, I20; Schütz's critique of, 228; and scientism, 48; as secularist, immanentist movement, 481
Possessed, The (Dostoevsky), 498
Potomac International
      Corporation, 748
Pound, Ezra, 727, 734
Pragmatism, 324
Pragmatismus, Der (Baumgarten),
      324
Prantl, Carl, 304
Praz, Mario, 674, 677, 684, 693
Predestination, 86, 133-34
Prehistoric Antiquities (Evans), 712
Prehistoric symbols. See
      Archeology
Presse, Die, 509
Prima causa, 436-40
Princeton Theological Seminary,
      419n1
Princeton University, 11, 153n1,
      201, 267-69, 390, 767n1, 792,
      837n2, 847
Princeton University Press, 253,
      264, 749
Principia (Newton), 607
Pritchard, James Bennett, 201, 222
Proclus, 723
Professor and the Profession, The
      (Heilman), 307n1
Progressus, 129
Prometheus (Aeschylus), 79
Prometheus (Balthasar), 113, 144,
      155, 387, 872
Pronoia, 845
"Propaganda oder Sinndeutung"
      (Vondung), 841
Prophetes, 476
Prophets: in Bible, 71, 145, 177;
      Heidegger as false prophet, 111-
12; and magic, 249; Maimonides
on, 123; in Voegelin's Order
and History,
276, 279; Rad on,
249
Proslogion (Anselm), 829
Protagoras (Plato), 80
Prote arche, 823
Prote philosophia, 491
Protestantism, 126, 133-34,
      147, 596-97, 599. See also
      Christianity
Proust, Marcel, 471, 560
Prudentia, 124, 125,
166
Przywara, Erich, 147 Pseudo-Dionysius, 751
Pseudos, 527
Psyche, 294, 295, 504, 614, 619
Psychikoi, 179
Psychoanalysis, 473-75, 585, 602,
      606, 611-12, 616, 726. See also
      Freud, Sigmund; Jung, Carl;
    Laing, R. D.
Psychology and Alchemy (Jung),
      663
Psychoses, 545-46
Publishers. See specific publishers
Puech, Henri Charles, 387, 583,
      836, 872
Pugh, George W. ( Louisiana Law
      Review
), 138
Purcell, Brendan, 1, 737-38,
      815-16, 856-57, 866-67, 875
Purdue University, 785
Pure Experience, 782
Pure theory of law, 62m, 206-8,
      822
Puritanism, 86, 129, 158, 212
Pursuit of the Millennium, The
      (Cohn), 325-26, 761
Pyramidenzeit (Junker), 146
Pyramid Texts, 798


Quénet, Charles, 205
Quest for Equality (Harris), 425
Question asking, 367, 370, 823
Quietists, 659-60
Quispel, Gilles, 262, 264, 387, 470,
      483, 494, 507, 872
"Quod Deus Dicitur" (Voegelin),
      875

Rabelais, François, 468
Rabl, Kurt, 271
Race and State (Voegelin), 397,
      711, 745, 756m, 834
Rad, Gerhard von: career of, 249n1;
on magic and prophets, 249; Old Testament interpretations by, 409-11, 422, 589; and priests' writings in Old Testament, 409-11; on prophets, 249; on theology, 328-29; Voegelin's correspondence with, 248-49, 328-29, 409-11; Voegelin's meetings with, 248-49, 261, 264, 266; and Voegelin's New Science of Politics, 249; and Voegelin's Order and History, 249; writings by, 249n1, 328-29
Radcliffe College, 482
Radetzky March (Roth), 501
Radical Empiricism (James), 594
Radical Reformation, The
      (Williams), 761
Rahner, Karl, 728-29
Ranke, Leopold von, 566, 802
Rappard, William E., 203, 206n1,
      287
Rassenidee in der Geistes-
      geschichte, Die
(Voegelin). See
      History of the Race Idea, The
      (Voegelin)
Rasse und Staat (Voegelin). See
      Race and State (Voegelin)
Ras Shamra tablets, 219
Ratio, 125, 359
Rauschning, Hermann, 709n2
Read, Sir Herbert, 242
Reagan, Ronald, 521n1, 603n1,
      646n3, 808
Realitätsförmlichkeit des
      Bewusstseins
(form in which
      consciousness and thinking
      move), 553
Realitaetsperspektive (perspective
      of reality), 552
Reason: and consciousness, 714;
      and Kant, 124-25; natural reason,
      690; Voegelin's lectures and
      writings on, 7, 743, 748, 749,
      751-52, 755, 76o, 793, 820, 821,
      834
"Reason: The Classic Experience"
      (Voegelin), 749, 751-52, 755, 760,
      793, 820, 821, 834
Reason and Violence (Sartre), 586
"Reason as Governor of the
      Passions" (Voegelin), 748
Reconsiderations (Toynbee),
      341n1, 343, 446
Redeemer Nation (Tuveson), 849
Redemption, 64, 66
Redivination, 135, 141
Reflections on the Revolution in
      France
(Burke), 639
Reformation, 46, 58, 131, 147, 596
Regis College, 534-36
Regnery, Henry, 240-42, 501, 573-
      74, 732-35, 736-37, 755-56. See
      also Henry Regnery Company
Reid, Thomas, 323, 639
Reivers, The (Faulkner), 764
Relativity space, 513-14
Relevance, 84-87, 117-18, 122,
      136-37
Religion. See Bible; Catholicism;
    Christianity; God; Theology
Religion des Cathares, La
      (Söderberg), 144
Religions and Society, 593
Religionsphilosophie (Przywara),
      147
Relm Foundation, 452-54, 460-65,
    468-69, 515-16, 553, 644, 646-47
Rembrandt, 803
"Remembrance of Things Past"
      (Voegelin), 841
Renaissance, 83, 92, 746, 791, 868,
      872
Representation, 59, 60, 63, 66, 68,
      95
Republic (Plato), 54, 80, 81, 82, 123,
      817-18
Ressentiment, 67
Reuther, Fritz, 808
Revelation: and Christianity, 123,
476, 690; and classic philosophy, 690; and de Waal, 385; and God, 76; and Hegel, 384; and Israelites, 476; and knowledge, 75-79; °f Moses in Exodus, 727, 729, 731, 790; and myth, 82-83, 441; Niemeyer on, 620; Platonic symbols of, 727; and science, 78-79; and Voegelin's Drama of Humanity, 620
Revelation and Reason in Islam
      (Arberry), 781
Revelation, Book of, 126
Révélation d'Hermès Trismégiste,
      La (Festugière), 663
Reventlow, Ernst zu, 807
Review of Metaphysics, 380
Review of Politics, 66n1, 69, 101,
      321, 348, 553
Revolution and revolutionaries:
and alienation, 714; and Braunfels on religious order movement, 617; in China, 767-68; compared with Paul, 598-99; in Cuba, 657; French Revolution, 87, 143, 656; Jesus as revolutionary, 688-89, 713; Julian on, 769; and magic, 841; and Marx, 148; "Poloniusses" of, 612; Tashjean on, 741. See also Violence
Rheinfelden Congress, 397-400
Rheinstein, Max, 88, 90n3, 271
"Rhetoric for Continuing
      Revolution, A" (Bradford),
      673
Rice University, 160n1
Richard II, 471
Rickert, Heinrich, 750, 766, 822
Ricoeur, Paul, 684, 813, 819, 824,
      843
Rieff, Philip, 473-74
Riegl, Alois, 722
Rienzo (Burdach), 51, 52n5, 143
Riesenfeld, Harald, 262
Riesman, David, 162
Ritter, Gerhard, 115, 116n7, 268
Robson, W. A., 435
Rockefeller Foundation: and
America Institute, University of Munich, 121; and Congressional Committee to Investigate Tax Exempt Foundations, 189-90, 192, 193, 195, 220; and Heer's Aufgang Europas, 49; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 298-300, 318-21, 349-56, 374, 375, 376- 79, 477; and LSU Law School grant, 255-57, 271-73; and MIT, 162; Voegelin's fellowship and research grants from, 52n1, 271-73, 276
Rohde, Erwin, 77
Rohrlich, Dr., 177
Roman Empire, 68, 110, 130, 140,
      147, 377, 385, 720
Romans, Letter to, 673, 757
Romanticism, 148, 693, 704, 852
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 166, 214,
      451, 645
Roosevelt University, 713-14
Rosen, Roberta, 851
Rosen, Stanley, 380, 691
Rosenzweig, Franz, 54
Rosenzweig, Wilhelm, 461-64
Ross, W. D., 437
Roth, Joseph, 501
Roth, Marie-Louise, 762
Rotstein, Abraham, 844-45
Rougier, Louis, 144
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 185, 202,
      643, 725
Rowley, H. H., 146
Rulers, 123, 606
Runciman, Steven, 872
Russell, David Syme, 506, 583
Russell's paradox, 468
Russia, Soviet Union, 144, 157, 205,
      319, 544, 579, 857
Russische Denker (Schultze), 144
Russland und Europa (Schelting),
      144, 205
Russland Unterwegs (Lieb), 205
Ryan, Lawrence V., 724

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