INDEX (S-Z)

VOL 30 —Selected Correspondence:
1950-1984

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

Saat des Bösen: Kirchenkampf
   in dritten Reich
(Neuhäusler), 492,
   493n2
Sabine, George H., 71
Sache, Die, 5
Sachstruktur des Bewusstseins
     (tension toward the ground), 552
Sacred history, 42-47. See also
     History
Sacrificium confessionis, 864,
     865n22
Sacrificium intellectus, 124-25,
     137
Sacrum Imperium (Dempf), 49n1,
     101, 147, 284
Sade, Marquis de, 479
Saeculum senescens, 487
Safire, William, 848
Saint-Dénis, 633, 655, 670
St. John's College (Annapolis,
     Maryland), 102, 105, 106n2
St. Just, 546
Saint-Martin, Louis-Claude de,
     538, 539
Saint-Martin de Tours, 655-56
St. Mary's College, 846
St. Victor, Hugo von, 179
Sakrales Königtum (Widengren),
     274
Salimbene, Fra, 154
Salin, Edgar, 62, 65-68, 94, 702, 766
Salvation, 45, 578, 585
Salvatori, Henry, 541, 542, 543,
     559, 562, 574
Sambursky, Shmuel, 826
Sandoz, Alverne, 33
Sandoz, Ellis, 33, 701, 705-6, 768,
     809
Santayana, George, 59, 119n2, 565
"Santayana on Society and
     Government" (Schütz), 119n2
Santillana, Giorgio de, 674-75, 681,
     684
Sapientia, 77, 78, 79, 89
Sartre, Jean-Paul: and Communism,
120; compared with Heidegger, 56; del Noce on, 578; difficulties in reading, 586; and existentialism, 120, 147, 148, 151, 682; and gnosticism, I20; and "Liberation Rabble, " 793; Molnar on, 586; Schütz on, 119n2; on self and other, 816; Time magazine on, 612; and Trilling, 592; on vanitas, 499; writings by, 586
Sartre (Molnar), 586
"Sartre's Theory of the Alter Ego"
     (Schütz), 119n2
Sattler, Florian, 27, 32
Sattler, Martin, 755
Sattler, Stephan, 29
Savants, 89
Scaife Foundation, 606, 637
Schabert, Ina, 30
Schabert, Tilo, 13, 33, 663, 786n3,
     864-65
Scheler, Max, 202, 342, 417n3, 439
Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm
Joseph: and detachment, 143; and historical interpretation, 294; and Hölderlin, 112-13; incisiveness of, 639; intellectual gnosis of, 148; and Joachitic- Johannine religiosity, 89; and Jung, 850; Munich associations of, 802; on pneumopathology, 588, 804; study of, and history of theory, 101; in Voegelin's Ecumenic Age, 810; in Voegelin's History of Political Ideas , 96; writings by, 262, 850
Schelting, Alexander von, 144, 205
Schiller, Friedrich, 795, 808, 852
Schima, Hans, 6, 60-61
Schism, 142
Schizophrenia, 545-46, 676, 743,
     816
Schleiermacher, Friedrich, 594, 596
Schlick, Moritz, 120-21
Schlick-Kreis group, 120, 843
Schmitt, Carl: on Bodin, 88-89; and
Catholicism, 184; as gnostic, 692; and National Socialism, 56, 90n1, 183-84, 377; on politics, 393; Voegelin's correspondence with, 88-90, 249-50; and Voegelin's Marx study, 90; Voegelin's meeting with, 249-50; writings by, 88, 90n1, 184
Schmölz, Franz-Martin, 484,
    489n5, 659-60
Schneider, Carl, 659, 660n2
Schneider, Heinrich, 770
Schneider, Horace W, 114, 115
Schoeps, Hans-Joachim, 709n2
Scholastics, 130, 146, 371, 385,
     434, 766
Scholem, Gerschom, 483, 872
Schöningh, publisher, 368
Schopenhauer, Arthur, 614
Schrade, Hubert, 218-19
Schramm, Percy E., 465, 466n4,
     493, 571, 802-3
Schreier, Fritz, 50
Schreier, Pepe, 317-18
Schroder, Gerhard, 800n1
Schubert, Franz, 779, 780n3
Schüddekopf, Jürgen, 6, 142-49
Schuettinger, Robert, 625-26
Schulmeister, Otto, 413, 417n2
Schultze, Bernhard, 144
Schulz, Walter, 303, 304n2
Schuman, Frederick Lewis, 258-59
Schütz, Alfred: and Aron, 57-58;
and Barth's Philosophie der Erscheinung, 58; and Benz, 331-32; as businessman, 97; on Christianity, 122, 132-34; on common sense and scientific interpretation of human action, 185; on counter-idea, 135-37; and eidos of history, 132-33; and gnosis, 134-35; and Gurwitsch, 316; health problems of, 331, 342; and Heidegger, 56; on Husserl, 176, 312-13, 537; and Husserl Colloquium in France, 317, 318n2; and immanentization, 132, 133; influence of, on Voegelin, 822; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 8n6, 331; and Korean War, 58-59; and Macmillan's decision not to. publish History of Political Ideas , 7; and motivation and causality, 160-61; in New York, 176; and phenomenology, 119n2, 312, 660; and political theory of Voegelin, 6; and publication of Voegelin's Order and History, 245, 265-66; reading interests of, 56, 58; and redivination and secularization, 135; and relevance, 84-88, 117-18, 122, 136-37; response by, to Voegelin's critique, 119n2; on Santayana, 119n2; on Scheler, 342; and Strauss, 102-3; and Taubes, 132; on theory, 137; on Thou-problem, 118-19; and Toynbee conference (1958) in Normandy, 342-43; on transcendental intersubjectivity, 303, 312-13; vacation and travel plans of, 342, 358; Voegelin's correspondence with, 55-59, 68-69, 83-88, 102-3, 117-19, 122-37, 149-50, 160-61, 174- 77, 185-86, 228-29, 265-66, 300-301, 303-4, 312-13, 317-18, 331-32, 342-43, 358-59, 367-69; and Voegelins' home in Munich, 331; and Voegelin's job offer from University of Munich, 300- 301, 304; and Voegelin's New Science of Politics, 118, 122-32; and Voegelin's trip to Europe in 1950s, 57-58; Wagner and Weiss's edited volume of correspondence between Voegelin and, 2; and Walgreen Lectures by Voegelin, 68-69, 84-87; writings by, 119n2, 185, 228, 312-13, 342
Schwartz, Benjamin, 205
Schwind, Ernst von, 462
Science: astronomy, 784; biology,
834; chemistry, 558, 784; de Waal's questions on, 512; and evolution theory, 675, 681, 684; expansion of universe theory, 59, 62-63; Newtonian physics, 567, 6o6-10; philosophical meaning of, 827; physics, 106, 513-14, 547, 557, 567, 606-10, 624, 784; and positivism, 87; quantum physics, 106; and revelation, 78-79; species concept, 675, 6n; theory 111, 153. See also Mathematics
Science, Politics, and Gnosticism
     (Voegelin): and del Noce, 578;
     distribution of, 574; publication
     of, 501, 528, 529n1, 539, 541;
     review of, 678, 682; Sebba and
     translation of, 528, 529n1, 530,
     531, 539, 541; Spanish and Italian
     translations of, 759
"Science, Politics and Gnosticism:
     Two Essays" (Voegelin), 368,
     369, 32, 370
Scientia, 78
Scientia Dei, 134
Scientism, 48, 512, 578, 607
Scott, Nathan A., 545
Screwtape Letters (Lewis), 211
Scurria, Josephine, 332-33
Sebba, Gregor: and Altizer on
Blake, 480-81; on amour de soi versus pity, Order and History, 643; on Baroque and Mannerism, 633, 636; and Brucker's History of Philosophy, 705; and Conference on the Study of Time (1969), 642-43; on Descartes, 522, 566, 568, 739; on Stefan George, 702-3; health problems of, 545, 752; and Henningsen, 545; lecture on Voegelin's Order and History, 500; lectures at University of Dallas by, 568, 569n1; and mysticism, 751-72; and Notre Dame professorship, 742; and obscurity and clarity of Voegelin's work, 735; on Pascal, 739; and political theory generally, 583; scholarship of, compared with Voegelin, 594; and symposium on Philosophy of Politics, 567; telephone conversations between Voegelin and, 16; translation of Voegelin's letters by, 132n1, 137n1; and translation of Voegelin's Science, Politics, and Gnosticism, 528, 529n1, 530, 531, 539, 541; and Voegelin's Anamnesis, 500, 522; Voegelin's correspondence with, 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; and Voegelin's Drama of Humanity, 643; and Voegelin's In Search of Order, 643; and Voegelin's library and papers, 875, 32; and Voegelin's "Reason: The Classic Experience, " 751-52; and Voegelin's trip to Europe (1970), 677; and Voegelins' visit, 539; writings by, 503, 566-67, 633, 636, 651
Sebba, Helen, 522, 752
Secularization, 46, 58, 110, 135,
     167
Sedlmayr, Hans: and architecture,
720-22, 816, 817; and art history, 5, 670-71, 812, 816-17; career of, 656n1; on Mannerism, 633; on modern art, 470, 623; and National Socialism, 657n1; and prehistoric symbols, 664, 745; Voegelin's correspondence with, 654-57, 663-64, 669-71, 720-22, 782-84, 812-13, 816-17; and Voegelin's Ecumenic Age, 783-84; and Voegelin's From Enlightenment to Revolution, 783; and Voegelin's "Hegel, " 654, 656; and Voegelin's home in California, 656; and Voegelin's In Search of Order, 783; Voegelin's meeting with, 576; and Voegelin's work stresses, 782-84; writings by, 655, 655-57, 812, 816-17
Seelisch (psychic), 614
Segregation, 425-26
Sein und Zeit (Heidegger), 729
Selbstkritik der Philosophie
     und vergleichende Philoso-
     phiegeschichte im Umriss

     (Dempf), 59, 147
Selected Correspondence
(Voegelin): annotation of letters 111, 20; background of, 1-5; bias in selection of letters for, 4-5; compared with previous volumes of Voegelin's correspondence, 2l goal of, 2-3, 19; as intellectual biography of Voegelin, 1-5, 16-17; and search for truth of reality, 17; style of Voegelin's correspondence, 4-5, 19; translation of letters 111, 19
Self: Anderson on deformed self,
     701; contracted self, 562, 704;
     Hegel on, 704; Imperial Self, 703-
     4; true self and false self, 555,
     687-88. See also Consciousness
Selle, Murri, 29, 32, 676
Seneca, 6n
Sens, Ursula, 517, 541, 606, 705
Sensorium, 537, 552, 553, 608
Sertillanges, A. D., 57, 58, 766
Servan-Schreiber, J. J., 544
Sewanee Review, 159-60, 370, 430
Sextus Empiricus, 639
Seznec, Jean, 498
Shakespeare, William: Fuller on,
     855; Heilman on, 103-4, 121,
     171, 259, 287-91, 293-96, 470;
     Platt on, 820; Sisk on, 729-30; in
     Voegelin's parents' library, 808
—Works: Anthony and Cleopatra,
     855; Coriolanus, 803; King Lear,
     103-4, 121; Measure for Measure,
     819, 855; Othello, 103-4, 171,
     259; Tempest, 819
Shattuck, Robert, 540
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 597
Sherman, John, 545
Shils, Edward, 162
Shklar, Judith N., 494
Sholem, Gershom, 826
Shotoku Taishi (Bohner), 668
Shuster, George, 484
Sicard, Harold, 240
Siegfried, André, 108
Siemens Foundation, 519
Simmel, Georg, 178, 180nn4-5
Simson, Otto von, 736
Sinnlinien (lines of meaning), 5
Sinovjev. See Zinoviev, Alexander
Sisk, John P., 726-27, 730
Sitzler, Kathrin, 36, 766, 786n3
Sivers, Gavriele von, 26
Sivers, Peter von, 26, 27, 553, 568,
     606, 743, 852
Skandalon, 45-46
Skepticism, 639
Sladeczek, Heinz, 407-8
Smellie, K. B., 151-52, 457
Smith, Wilfred Cantwell: career
     and writings of, 794n1; and Ernst,
     786, 829; and Fischer-Barnicol's
     Institut für Interkulturelle
     Forschung, 793-94; and Harvard's
     Institute for World Religions at,
     521, 583, 584; and International
     Society for the Study of
     Time, 564, 574; Voegelin's
     correspondence with, 14, 793-94
Smith College, 565n1
Smylie, Pat, 402
Snell, Bruno, 56, 77, 146, 215-16,
     743
Socialism, 144, 158, 597
Social Movements (Heberle), 108
Social Research, 551, 625, 692-93,
     733
Social Science Research Council
    [SSRC], 194-95
Social sciences: American
scholarship on, 200-201; Aristotelian method of, 185, 201; foundation funding for, 194-96, 203-4; in higher education, 201-4, 839-40; and Marxism, 198-200; methodologies 111, 839- 40; training of young scholars 111, 204-5; and value-free science, 226, 750; Voegelin on mediocrity of, 194-97, 20I-3; and Voegelin's scholarly and intellectual rigor, 795-800, 804-6; Weber and problematic of, 107-8
Society for Aesthetics, 565
Society for Political and Legal
     Philosophy, 230
Society for the Advancement of
     Political Science, 676
Society of Intercultural
    Cooperation, 788, 793-94
Sociological causation, 321-22
Sociologie du Communisme
     (Monnerot), 144
Socrates, 80-82, 136, 162, 291
Söderberg, Hans, 144
Solomon's Temple, 218-20
Solon, 44-45, 46, 104
Solovjev, Vladimir S., 655
Solzhenitsyn, Aleksandr, 815
Soma, 439
Sombart, Werner, 93n1
Somervell, D. C., 452
Song of the Pearl, The (Quispel),
     507
Sons and Lovers (Lawrence), 430
Sontheimer, Kurt, 532, 683
Sophia (Arnold), 706
Sophists, 163
Sophon, 85, 112, 178
Sorcery. See Magic and alchemy
So-Sein (being-so), 119
Soul, 77-80, 145, 613, 614
Soul of Man under Socialism, The
     (Wilde), 597
Sources occultes du Romantisme,
     Les
(Viatte), 538, 539, 663
Southern Review, 120, 503, 629-30,
     651, 665-67, 699, 820, 821
Soviet Union. See Russia, Soviet
     Union
Space: absolute space, 608-9;
     relativity space, 513-14
Spain, 392, 395-96, 764, 768, 770
Spears, Monroe K., 159-60
Species concept, 675, 677
Spender, Stephen, 612
Spengler, Oswald, 145, 431
Sperber, Manes, 399
Spiegel, Der, 800n1
Spinoza, Baruch, 100, 465, 568-69
Spinoza (Wolfson), 146, 568-69
Spitz, David, 237, 238, 31, 734
Spitzweg, Carl, 533
Spoudaioi, 696
Springer, Axel, 570, 572n5
SSRC. See Social Science Research
     Council (SSRC)
Staatslehre (theory of the state), 13,
    61n1, 206
Stalin, Joseph, 451
Stanford, Donald E., 640, 665-67
Stanford University, 382-83, 521,
     522, 724n1. See also Hoover
     Institution
State Department, U. S., 73, 121,
     152, 153nn1-2, 214, 687
Statesman (Plato), 123
Steding, Christoph, 692
Stein, Edith, 147
Stendahl, Krister, 261, 483, 494,
     496, 583
Stenzel, Kurt, 479-80
"Sternenstunde"/ "Sidereal Hour"
     (Jaffé), 362-63, 366
Stevens, Wallace, 665-66
Stevenson Memorial Lectures
     (London School of Economics),
     10, 403-4, 435, 444, 448, 457
Stoa, 873, 874
Stohrer, Father, 728-29
Stoicism: and common man,
     639; compared with Letter
     to the Romans, 757; Harris
     on, 425; and koinai ennoiai,
     568; and Lonergan, 535; and
     metaphysics, 784; and Plato's
     problem of myth, 790; and
     pronoia, 845; on spiritual disease,
     823; symbolization of cosmos by,
     673
Stoke, Harold W., 292, 335-36, 372
Stokes, William S., 236-37, 239-40
Stone, Sheppard, 372-75
Stony Brook lectures, 847
Storia del fantasticare (Zolla), 575
Strauss, Franz Josef, 331
Strauss, Leo: on Arabic and Jewish
philosophy, 103; and book reviewing, 390; at Conference on Democratic Theory, 283; conservatives on, 864; Cooper and Emberley's editing of published correspondence between Voegelin and, 2; East on, 819-20; and existentialist philosophy, 41; and Lippmann's "Political Theory in the United States, " 101; on Locke, 166, 167n2; and Platonic dialogue, 75, 79-83; and Popper, 53-54; and revelation, 75-79; and Schütz, 103n3; and University of Chicago Seminar of Political Philosophy, 220, 221; Voegelin on, 309; and Voegelin's article on Plato's Gorgias, 41-42, 48; Voegelin's correspondence with, 41-42, 53-54, 7S-83, 166-67; and Voegelin's "Oxford Political Philosophers, " 166-67; and Voegelin's theoretical positions generally, 6, 102-3; and Walgreen Lectures, 103n3; writings by, 167n2
Strukturen eines Revolutionären
     Bewusstseins
(Opitz), 767-68
Strygowski, Joseph, 822
Studium Generale, 650, 653, 661,
     693
Study of History (Toynbee), 142,
    145, 153, 183, 222, 275, 339,
     447-48, 662
Study of the Liberal Ethos, A
    (Vivas), 511-12
Stupa of Sanchi, 745, 764
Sturm-und-Drang movement,
     801-2
Styron, A., 150
Suburbia, 231
Süddeutsche Zeitung, 368
Suger, Abbé of Saint-Denis, 817
Sui generis, 442
Sulpicius Severus, 656
Sumerian King List, 694
Summa Theologica (Thomas
     Aquinas), 131
Summum bonum, 413-14
Superbia, 414
Superman, 125
Suppliants (Aeschylus), 80
Supreme Court, U. S., 482
Surrealism, 540, 693, 714, 761
Surrealist Manifestoes, 761
Suzuki, Daisetz(u) Teitaro, 49
Sweeney, Tony, 870-71
Swift, Jonathan, 597, 605
Switzerland, 62, 65, 94, 334-35,
     336, 337, 384, 677, 745, 771, 773
Syllabus Errorum, 599
Symbolism, movement, 693
Symbols and symbolisms:
analogical meaning of, 371; chaos of symbolism, 868; of Christianity, no; complexes of symbols, 865; as concrete universals, 563; and consciousness, 563, 864-65; of depth, 614-15; of desert, 173; in Egyptian texts, 577; of existence, 672; of Exodus, 173, 698; Friedrich on, 386- 87; ideological-egophanic symbols, 812; and imagination, 867-68; and luminosity- intentionality, 844; ma'at as, 798; metaphysical symbols, 672; and mysticism, 513; and nomina, 491; oikoumene- okeanos symbolism, 797; of Oriental civilizations, 664, 669; of political theology, 140; of revelation, 727; Romanesque versus Gothic symbolism, 656; theophanic symbols, 812; and transcendence, 133-34, 440; of universe, 567; Voegelin's concerns with, 537; Vondung on, 808; Weller on political symbolism, 427; Zurich symposium for symbol research, 771, 773. See also Archeology
Symposium (Plato), 81, 82, 439
Syracuse University, 520, 521n1
Szasz, Thomas, 830-31

Taboos, 135, 137
Taiwan, 783, 788, 793
Tale of a Tub, A (Swift), 597
Talmon, J. L., 507-8, 510, 529
Talmud, 133, 134
Tashjean, John, 741
Tate, Allen, 728, 730
Taubes, Jacob: career of, 164n1,
267, 268-69, 281, 286; child of, 161; and Christianity, 126; and Free University of Berlin, 835-37; meeting between Blumenberg, Kojève, Voegelin and, 518-20; on ontology in German philosophy, 178-80; and political theory generally, 584; at Princeton University, 267, 268-69; and responsibility for metaphysical blindness, 162-63; and Schütz, 132173; at University of Chicago, 161-62; Voegelin's correspondence with, 116-64, 178-80, 266-69, 281, 286, 518- 20, 835-37; and Voegelin's New Science of Politics, 179, 180; and Voegelin's Order and History, 266, 281; and Voegelin's Political Religions, 179; writings by, 144, 164n1
Tawney, R. H., 159
Taylor, Cecil G., 104-5, 250, 503,
     506n2
Telos, 43-44
Tempest (Shakespeare), 819
Templeton, Kenneth, 327-30,
     839-40
Temple University, 691n1
Temps perdu, 471
Temps retrouvé, 471
Ten Commandments, 211, 384, 416
Tension of existence, 809
Tentation de Saint Antoine
     (Flaubert), 498
Terrorism, 849
Tertium comparationis, 599
Tetragrammaton, 128, 751
Thales, 440
Thanatos, 85, 188, 440
Theaetetus (Plato), 80
Theages (Plato), 81
Theists and Atheists (Molnar), 858
Theologia, 491
Theologia civilis, 213
Theologia dogmatica, 829
Theologica mystica, 751
Theologie der Geschichte
     (Balthasar), 64, 65, 147
Theologie des Alten Testaments
     (Rad), 328-29
Theology: of Barth, 599; civil
theology, 140; and Cook on theology as premise, 187-88; cosmologic and transcendent- revelatory theologies, 614; and de Waal, 385; and doctrine, 790; Enlightenment resistance to, 672; of Newton, 6o6-10; Rad on, 328-29. See also Bible; Catholicism; Christianity; God; and specific theologians
Theology of Memphis, 823
Theology of the Early Greek
     Philosophers, The
(Jaeger), 49,
     146, 222
Theology of the New Testament
     (Bultmann), 216-17, 327
Theoretische Anthropologie
     (Dempf), 59
Théorie du champ de la conscience
     (Gurwitsch), 314-16, 317
Theory: history of, 101-2; levels of
     theoretization, 152-53; Mure on
     economic versus political theory,
     158; nominalistic theories, 451;
     political theory, 582-85; realistic
     theories, 451-52; Schütz on, 137;
     in science, 153; types of, 451-52;
     in Walgreen Lectures, 84-87
Theory of Public Opinion, A
     (Wilson), 451
Theory of the Universals, 523
Theosophists, 539-40
Thiess, Frank, 572n4
"Thinker in a Destitute Time"
     (Löwith), 111
Thomas Aquinas: on amicitia
between God and man, 78; and analogia entis, 104, 129-30, 419, 751; burial place of, 395; and Christianity generally, 46; conservatives' criticism of Voegelin's analysis of, 863; on ethics, 165-66; on existence, 526, 527; Gilson on, 527; on God, 128, 129, 419, 635, 751; as mystic, 751; on nomina Dei, 491; Ouellette on, 418-19; and philosophy of language, 513; on predestination, 134; and proof of God, 435; and Rahner, 729; and ratio, 125; study of, and history of theory, 101; on theological speculation and its meaning, 129-30; Voegelin's seminar on, 98; writings by, 131
Thomas Mann (Hollweck), 787
Thomas More Institute, 534, 538,
     539n1, 738, 858-59
Thompson, Kenneth: and Institute
     for Political Science, University
     of Munich, 8n6, 298-300, 318-
     21, 349-56; and LSU Law School
     grant, 255-57, 271-73; Voegelin's
     correspondence with, 255-57,
     271-73, 298-300, 318-21, 349-56
Thorndike, Lynn, 663, 798
Thought, 864
Thou-problem, in phenomenology,
     131
Thucydides (Finley), 100, 146
Thucydides (Fliess), 457
Tillich, Paul, 147, 494, 594, 792
Timaeus (Plato), 79, 82, 96, 438,
    440, 441, 605, 619
Time Magazine, 4, 149, 150,
     153-54, 302, 456, 612
Time of the Tale, 471, 491
Times Atlas of World History,
     753-54, 759, 765
Times Literary Supplement, 758
Tocqueville, Alexis de, 58, 213
Tod des Lichtes, Der (Sedlmayr),
     623, 816
Tokyo University, 178n3
Tolerance, 71, 89
Tolstoy, Lev, 362, 598
Tönnies, Ferdinand, 108n2
Tonsor, Stephen J.: career of, 592n1;
as conservative, 618-19; on Gay, 604; and Hoover Institution, 736; and Kojève's book, 691-92; Voegelin's correspondence with, 591-92, 618-19, 646-47, 691-92; and Voegelin's "Equivalences of Experience and Symbolization in History, " 615, 619, 620; and Voegelin's reluctance to endorse any political persuasion, 14, 591-92; writings by, 604; writing style of, 618
Topitsch, Ernst, 229-30
Totalitarianism: Arendt on, 69-72,
     155; and Friedrich, 155; Kraus
     on, 369; totalitarian parties in
     democracy, 237-38
Toulmin, Steven, 564
"Tower, The" (Hofmannsthal), 307
Toynbee, Arnold J.: Bultmann
on, 326; and causation, 321-22; compared with Voegelin's Order and History, 339-40, 447-48, 452, 662; conference (1958) on, in Normandy, 342-43, 349, 357; and epochs and periods of history, 403; Henningsen on, 560; influence of, on Voegelin, 766; Loyola University (Chicago) symposium on, 250n2, 252-53, 339, 340-41, 343; McKnight on, 795-97; Somervell's one-volume edition of, 452; symposium on, 249, 250, 251, 252-53, 260, 264, 266; on Syraic civilization, 134; Voegelin's correspondence with, 339-40; Voegelin's paper on, 252-53, 260, 264, 266; and Wight, 251, 275
—Works: Reconsiderations, 341n1,
     343, 446; Study of History, 142,
     145, 153, 183, 222, 275, 339,
     447-48, 662, 795-97
Toynbee Symposium, University of
     Chicago, 249, 250, 251, 252-53,
     260, 264, 266
Tragedy, 290-91, 295, 563
Tragedy and Melodrama (Heilman),
     370
Transcendence: Bergson on, 145;
     and Christianity, 123-24, 133-34;
     failure of, 665-66; and faith, 179;
     of God, 128; Hegel on, 418;
     Heilman on transcendental
     pragmatism, 104; and historical
     speculation, 139; and identity
     of personality, 616; and Löwith,
     43-44, 46, 47; and philosophia
     Christiana,
615; Plato on, 124,
     438, 439; and prima causa,
     436-40; and Schütz, 86-87; and
     symbols, 133-34, 440
Transcendental Ego, 284-85
"Transcendental Intersubjectivity"
     (Schütz), 312-13
Transcendentalism, 110
Transcendental pragmatism, 104
Trilling, Lionel, 592
Trinity, 78, 127-28, 130, 868
"Triplex Via, The" (Wilhelmsen),
     672
Tristes Tropiques (Levy-Strauss), 821
Truth: assertion and self-assertion
     of, 868; and episteme as term,
     42; in Islam, 793; of order, 71-72;
     as Parmenides's aletheia, 46; of
     reality, 17; and representation,
     59, 60, 63, 66, 68; and tolerance,
     71; types of, 60. See also
     Revelation
"Truth and Representation. " See
     Walgreen Lectures
Tulane University, 238-39
Turgot, Anne-Robert-Jacques, 133,
     517, 791
Turkey, 736, 739, 764, 771, 772-73,
     779, 782
Turm, Der (Hofmannsthal), 307,
     308n3
"Turn, The" (Löwith), 111
Tuveson, Ernest L., 849
Twain, Mark, 808
"Tyrant's Allegory, The" (McClain),
     817-18

Übermensch, 143, 148, 368
UCLA, 568, 743
Ueberweg, F., 265
Ullrich, Luise, 818-19
Ulpian, 217
Ulysses (Joyce), 804
Unam sanctam, 179
Unconscious, 358-59, 474-75, 613,
     850
Union Theological Seminary, 147
Unitarianism, 128
United Nations, 59, 152, 153n2
Universals, Theory of, 523
Universities. See Higher education;
     and specific universities
University of Augsburg, 480n1,
     856, 857, 866n1, 867
University of Basel, 68n1, 713
University of Bochum, 545, 560,
     564, 568, 574, 718, 766
University of Bonn, 52n4, 305
University of Calgary, 20
University of California, 121n2,
     389, 400n5, 482, 568, 601-3, 660,
     661n1, 743, 823
University of Chicago: faculty
of, 90713, 98, 115n3, 161-62, 201, 583; Hutchins as president of, 204; Oriental Institute of, 145, l62, 182-83, 20I, 222, 274, 433, 584; Seminar of Political Philosophy at, 220-21; students at, 98; Toynbee Symposium at, 249, 250, 251, 252-53, 260, 264, 266. See also Walgreen Lectures
University of Chicago Press, 73, 75,
     94, 96, 113, 150, 186-87
University of Cologne, 267
University of Colorado, 19
University of Copenhagen, 267n2
University of Dallas: faculty of,
    662-63, 672n1, 673, 674n1;
    Sebba at, 568, 569n1; Voegelin at,
    726-27, 735, 764
University of Detroit, 456n1
University of Erlangen, 873-76
University of Florida Press, 336
University of Frankfurt: faculty
    of, 52n4, 248, 581, 598, 6O2;
    and fund for lectures on ancient
    Israel, 248; student radicalism
    at, 581, 601, 602, 612; Voegelin's
    lectures at, 7, 292, 302, 305
University of Freiburg, 115nn3, 5,
     116nn6-7, 324
University of Geneva, 206n1
University of Giessen, 276n1
University of Gottingen, 466n4
University of Hawaii, 478n1, 695,
     718
University of Heidelberg, 68n1,
     115n3, 155n1, 249-50, 822,
     832n1
University of Illinois, 170-71,
     254-55, 3n3-25, 356-57, 426,
     451-52
University of Kiel, 108n2
University of Königsberg, 116n6
University of Leipzig, 276n1
University of London, 454-55
University of Lyons, 94
University of Maryland, 511
University of Massachusetts,
     466n1, 511
University of Michigan: Center
for Coordination of Ancient and Modern Studies at, 627-30, 645, 685-86, 699; faculty of, 591-92, 629n1; job opportunity for Henningsen at, 545; library of, 541; Voegelin as visiting professor at, 531, 550, 555, 559, 561, 593; Voegelin's lectures at, 227-28, 238, 698
University of Michigan Press,
     246-47
University of Minnesota, 102n1,
     237-38
University of Munich:
achievements and failures of Voegelin's tenure at, 9, 714-20; Amerika Institut of, 7, 113, 121, 283n1; and education of young German academics in 1960s, l0-11; elimination of chair of Philosophy of Politics 111, 855; faculty of, 47-48, 49n1, 168n1, 506n1, 610n1, 656n1, 680n1, 784n2; faculty salaries at, 300-301; job offers for Voegelin from, 5, 7, 48, 103n2, 105-8, 110-11, 113, 121, 282, 283, 284, 298-301, 303-5; library of, 63, 299, 300, 304; Political Science chair at, 298-300, 303; retirement of Voegelin from, 12; and Rockefeller Foundation, 298-300; student protests at, 12, 581. See also Institute for Political Science, University of Munich
University of New Orleans, 707-8,
     710
University of Notre Dame:
conservative atmosphere of, 425-26; faculty of, 66n1, 321- 23, 348-49, 404, 467, 472, 583; Institute for Medieval Philosophy at, 461; library of, 425, 433; professorship at, and Niemeyer, 742; symposium on "Scientific Alternatives to Communist Ideologies" at, 424, 429-30; Voegelin as visiting professor at, 405, 413, 421, 424-26, 452, 456-S9, 469, 483, 497, 548, 554, 559, 561, 593, 648, 764-64, 771, 779, 782-83, 788; Voegelin's public lecture at, 699
University of Notre Dame Press,
     810, 830, 834, 841
University of Paris, 840
University of Prince Edward Island,
     762
University of Reading, 400, 54
University of Rome, 576n1, 578n1,
     584
University of Salzburg, 656n1,
     660n1
University of Siegen, 786n1
University of South Carolina,
     872-73
University of Southern California,
     6, 161, 164, 167, 169-72, 173n1,
     175-76, 236, 778-80, 827
University of Southern Florida,
     93n1
University of Sussex, 326n1,
     529-30
University of Texas, 783, 785, 787,
     788, 791, 792, 793
University of Toronto, 845n1
University of Tubingen, 62n1
University of Uppsala, 274
University of Utah, 847, 852
University of Vienna: faculty of, 6,
     49n1, 61n1, 62n1, 229-30, 656n1,
     770nn4-6; Voegelin as visiting
     lecturer at, 764, 768, 770, 771,
     779, 780, 782
University of Virginia, 213, 653,
     738, 768, 785, 824
University of Washington, 361
University of Washington Press,
     247n1, 619-20
University of Wisconsin, 236-37,
     239-40, 253n1
University of Wyoming, 93n1
Unna, Embassy Counselor, 507-8,
     510
Unnamable, The (Beckett), 478
Upanishads, 276
Upsala College, 623-24
Urchristentum im Rahmen
     der antiken Religionen, Das

     (Bultmann), 144
Urheber (first originating cause),
     438
Ursprung der griechischen
     Philosophie
(Gigon), 146
Ursprung und Ziel der Geschichte
     (Jaspers), 8, 145
"Uses of Imagination and the
     Decline of the West, The"
     (Zolla), 838
USSR Academy of Sciences, 579
Utopia (More), 468, 563n1

Vahanian, Gabriel, 513, 520-21
Valentine, 454
Valéry, Paul, 372, 395
Valjavec, Fritz, 374
Values, 85-86, 837
Vanderbilt University, 152n2,
     160n1, 836
Van Herk, Mirja, 20
Vanitas, 499
Van Unnick, W. C., 262, 264
Varro, 140, 811
Vazquez, Edward H., 587, 593
Ventris, Michael, 308
Verantwortungsethik, 166
Verborgene Gott, Der (Schrade),
     218-19
Verdross, Alfred, 269-71
"Verfassungslehre" (Schmitt), 184
Verharmlosung (belittlement),
     413-I7
Verlust der Mitte (Sedlmayr), 812,
     816
Via negativa, 504-5, 838
Viatte, Auguste, 538, 539, 663
Vico, Giambattista, 96
Vie de 1'attention, 316
Vienna Circle, 121n3
Vietnam, 658
Vincentine canon, 77
Violence, 574, 598-99, 693, 697,
     700. See also Revolution and
     revolutionaries
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and
     State University, 745
Virtues, 85, 104, 124, 163, 217
Virtù ordinata, 697 Vitoria, Francisco de, 167
Vivas, Eliseo, 430, 431, 511-12
Voegelin, Eric: American
citizenship for, 102, 103n2, 508, 525, 625, 708; in automobile accident, 558; birthday celebrations for, 433, 862, 867-67; correspondence of, as intellectual biography, 1-5, 16-17; correspondence style of, 4-5, 19; critics of, 396-97, 406, 489n5, 818, 823, 857-58, 863; education of, 822; emigration of, from Austria, 96, 463-64, 508; English language writing style of, 109-10, 141, 182, 209-10, 251; and Erhard "Brain Trust, " 525, 526nn2-3; family history of, 856, 865, 867; family of, in Europe, 48, 50; farewell dinner and party for, in Munich, 29-31; Festschrift on, 433, 860, 862-63; finances of, 74, 92, 96-97, 111, 113, 149, 164, 169, 171, 175, 233-35, 273, 284, 291-92, 300-301, 320, 460, 469, 502, 522, 529, 538, 559, 700-701; influences on, 766, 821-22, 854; introduction to correspondence of, 1-17, 19-20; journal articles by, 107, 159; library of, at University of Erlangen, 873-76; library of parents of, 807-8; memorial service of, 780n3; move to California (1969) by, 548, 550, 555, 559, 561, 562, 579-81; move to Munich by, 326, 327, 328, 329, 331, 336, 337; mugging of, in South Bend, Indiana, 428-29, 433; and New York investment bankers, 495, 497; papers of, at Hoover Institute, 874n2; and Pfeifer affair, 462-64; photographs of, 26, 27, 29, 31-39; reluctance of, to endorse any political persuasion, 14, 472, 544, 551, 590, 591-92, 625-26, 708, 733, 863; retirement of, 820, 821; stock responses by, to questions pertaining to his personal beliefs, 825; and sweatshirts and buttons, 548, 549n1, 590; telephone use of, 15-16; volumes of previously published correspondence of, 2
—Academic career: All Souls
College (Oxford) job offer, 758, 759, 763, 765, 771; book reviews by Voegelin, 72n1, 107, 155, 159, 174n2, 270; Columbia University, 323; Duke University job possibility, 459-60; Emory University job offer, 511, 522, 528, 569-70; European University Institute (Florence), 859; Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy job possibility, 735-36, 740, 752; Guggenheim fellowship, 3-4, 55, 57, 93-95, 192, 193; Harvard job offer, 522; Harvard University visiting professor, 98, 469, 481-83, 493-96; and Hebrew language proficiency, 167, 176; honors and awards, 39, 802, 803nn2-3, 855, 856, 857, 867; Louisiana State University professor, 56-57, 60, 73, 97-98, 104-5, 106, 140, 169, 248, 255-56, 272-73, 283-84; LSU Law School course and textbook, 255-57, 270-72, 283-84, 292, 296; and National Review, 591-92, 733, 848, 849n1; Notre Dame visiting professor, 405, 413, 421, 424, 425-26, 452, 456, 457, 458, 459, 469, 483, 496, 548, 554, 559, 561, 593, 648, 764-65, 771, 779, 783, 788; publishing offer by Basil Blackwell, 870-71; research grants, 233-35, 235, 256-57, 261-65, 271-73, 276, 327-30, 349-56; Rockefeller fellowship, 52n1; scholarly and philosophical rigor of Voegelin, 795-800, 804-6; significance of 1950s for, 3-8; and Swedish language proficiency, 270; University of Maryland job offer, 511; University of Michigan visiting professor, 531, 550, 555, 559, 561, 593; University of Munich job offers, 5, 7, 48, 103n2, 105-8, 110-11, 113, 121, 282, 284, 298-301, 303-5; University of Texas guest professor, 783, 785, 787, 788, 791, 792, 793; University of Vienna visiting lecturer, 764, 768, 770, 771, 779, 780, 782; work stresses (1974), 782-84, 788
—Health problems: arthritis, 873;
bladder infection, 106; blood infection through e-coli, 875; flu, 304, 305, 307, 337, 481, 8oo; gall bladder surgery, 663, 665, 667, 669, 672, 673, 687; injuries from mugging, 428, 433; intestinal surgeries, 6, 131, 137, 140, 142, 149, 151, 153, 161, 163-65, 185- 86, 187; Legionnaire's disease variant, 843; low blood pressure, 873; nose surgery, 379-80; skin cancer, 824
—Homes: Baton Rouge, 55, 64, 74,
97, 175, 266; California, 33, 563,
580, 587, 589, 591, 593, 637, 644, 656, 828, 842; Cambridge, 284, 296-97; Germany, 26-28, 331, 333, 335, 342, 344, 345, 348, 350, 357, 360, 383, 461, 506, 580; Gurwitsch's home in Cambridge, 284, 296-97
—Lectures: Academy for Political
Science inaugural lecture, 367- 69, 370; at Academy of Religion, Chicago, 875; at American Academy of Religion, 783, 785; Amherst lecture, 473; at Boston University, 868; Candler Lectures (Emory University), 13, 502, 514, 520, 523, 528, 531n1, 545, 559, 562; at conference on political thought in New York (1972), 733; at Duke University, 495, 548, 698, 699, 700-701; at Eranos meeting (1977), 813, 817, 818, 821, 826, 830, 858; " German occasional lectures, 349, 380, 445; Hitler lectures, 11; Ingersoll Lecture (Harvard), 491, 495-96, 534, 537, 542, 548-49; at International Society for the Study of Time (1969), 832n2; at Istituto Accademico in Rome (1968), 575-76, 579, 593, 604-5, 624, 627; Lilly Lectures, 405; at London School of Oriental Studies, 514; at Louisiana State University (1971 and 1980), 710, 849; at Loyola University (Chicago) symposium on Toynbee, 250n2, 252-53, 339, 340-41, 343; at Marquette University, 277-78, 281, 783, 785, 788, 792, 830; at Notre Dame, 699; at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, 593, 649, 683, 713; at Purdue University, 785; recordings of, 705; Salzburg lecture, 469, 470-71; at Santander, Spain, 392; sponsored by Hoover Institution, 637, 644; Stevenson Memorial Lectures (London School of Economics), 10, 403-4, 435, 444, 448, 457; St. John's College (Annapolis) lectures, 102, 105, 106; at Stony Brook, 847; at Syracuse University, 520; Toynbee Symposium, 252-53, 260, 264, 266; at Tulane, 238-39; at University of Bonn, 305; at University of California at Berkeley, 823; at University of Dallas, 727, 735, 764; at University of Frankfurt, 7, 292, 302, 305; at University of Illinois, 426; University of London lecture, 454-55; University of Michigan lectures, 227-28, 238, 698; at University of New Orleans, 707-8, 710; at University of Southern California, n8-80, 827; at University of Utah, 847, 852; at University of Virginia, 738, 768, 785, 824; at University of Wisconsin, 236-37, 239-40; Walgreen Lectures, 3, 6, 59, 60, 63, 66, 68-69, 73-75, 84-88, 91-92, 94-96; at Wellesley, 473; White Lectures at Louisiana State University (1980), 849
—Trips: Bretagne, 768, 770, 773,
813; California (1953), 6, 161, 164, 167, 169-72, 173n1, 175-76, 236; Crete and Malta, 661, 712, 764, 770, 772, 773; East Asia, 783, 785-86, 788-89, 793-94; England, 506, 510, 675-76, 736, 737, 745, 748, 771, 809, 8l2; Europe (1950), 3-4, 5, 48, 50, 52, 55, 57-58, 61-62, 64, 65, 93-94, 96, 492; Europe (1954), 251; Europe (1955-1956), 7-8, 259-64, 267-69; Europe (1969-1970), 620-21, 663-64, 666, 667, 669, 674-76, 687; Europe (1972), 731, 736, 737, 738, 745, 747, 748; Europe (1976-1977), 809, 812, 818-19, 824, 826, 828; France, 57-58, 62, 94, 305, 395, 826, 828; Germany, 7-8, 48, 50, 94, 251, 259, 261-64, 267-68, 304-5, 676; Greece (1971), 711-12, 764, n0; Greece trip cancelled, 634, 645, 654, 667; Iran, 764, 772-74, 782; Ireland, 737, 738, 740, 745, 747, 748, 764, 770, 772; Italy, 361, 363-66, 383, 506, 514, 575-76, 579, 593, 604, 674-75, 677, 698, 699, 808, 855, 859; Japan, 783, 785, 786, 793, 794; Mexico, 327; Mississippi Gulf Coast, 97, 176-n; Montreal Expo, 532-33; Portugal, 771; Spain, 392, 395-96, 764, 768, 770; Switzerland, 62, 65, 94, 335, 336, 337, 384, 677, 745, 771, 773; Turkey, 736, 739, 764, 771, 772-74, 779, 782; Yucatan, 698, 699, 700-701, 764, 770, 772; Zagreb, 514
— See also Hoover Institution,
     Stanford University; Institute for
     Political Science, University of
     Munich; and specific works
Voegelin, Lissy: American
citizenship for, 106; arrival of, in Munich, 331; in automobile accident, 558; automobile for, in Munich, 332; and Baruzzi, 478; and de Waal, 579-80; on Doderer, 306; emigration of, from Austria, 96; family of, in Europe, 48, 50, 55; friendships of, 260, 469-70, 493, 510, 700; and Goethe's Dichtung und Wahrheit, 636; health problems of, 140, 161, 175, 337, 652, 654, 656, 659, 667, 668-69, 673, 687; and job offer for Voegelin from Hoover Institution, 522; move to California (1969) by, 548, 550, 555, 559, 56i, 562, 579-8i, 621; move to Munich by, 326, 327, 328, 329, 331, 336, 337; and mugging of Voegelin, 428; and Philadelphia Society, 733; photographs of, 27, 33, 34, 35, 39; and salary raise for Voegelin, 292; and Schubert recording for Voegelin, n9; and Tulane lecture by Voegelin, 238; and University of Munich job offer for Voegelin, 106, 111; and Voegelin at Notre Dame, 413, 554, 779; and Voegelin's In Search of Order, 760; on Voegelin's Israel and Revelation, 318; on Voegelin's "Oxford Political Philosophers, " 151; and Voegelin's papers and library, 874n2
—Homes: Baton Rouge, 55, 64, 74,
97, 175, 266, 284; California, 33, 563, 580, 587, 589, 591, 593, 637, 644, 656, 828, 842; Cambridge, 284, 296-97; Germany, 26-28, 331, 333, 335, 342, 344, 345, 348, 350, 357, 36o, 383, 461, 506, 580
—Trips: California (1953), 172, 175;
East Asia, 783, 785-86, 788-89; Europe (1950s), 48, 52, 55, 57-58, 61-62, 251, 259-60, 269, 305; Europe (1972), 745, 747, 748; Europe (1976-1977), 818-19, 824, 826, 828; Italy, 361, 363-66, 383, 506, 514, 579, 593, 808; Mexico, 327; Montreal Expo, 532-33; Salzburg, 470; Spain, 392, 395-96; Switzerland, 62, 335, 336, 337, 384; Texas, 727; Yucatan, 698, 699, 700-701, 764
Vogelweide, Walter von der, 51
Volberg, Professor, 584
Volker, Margret, 353
Volker (William) Fund, 220-21,
     231-35, 263-65, 271, 273-75,
     276, 327-30
Voltaire, 91, 128, 643, 767, 770,
     788, 795
Vom Chaos zur Katastrophe
     (Engel-Janosi), 725
Vondung, Klaus: and "Bil-
dungsburgtum, " 807-8; and Bishirjian, 813; and Fackel, 832- 33; and Fulbright Fellowship, 844; and Goethe, 801-2, 813-14; and "Hermeneuticism and Structuralism" symposium (1978), 843-44; at Hoover Institution, 13, 787; and International Society for the Study of Time, 806-7; on magic, 723, 867-68; on Mann, 787; photographs of, 32; and photographs of prehistoric symbols, 785; Voegelin's correspondence with, 785-86, 787, 801-2, 806-8, 813-14, 833, 841-44, 855, 867-69; and Voegelin's illness, 843; writings by, 723, 841-42
Von Hegel bis Nietzsche (Löwith),
     144
Vorgriff (pre-conception), 679
Vote counting, 74
Vree, Dale, 798-99
Vulgus, 89
Vulkan (Mann), 594

Wach, Joachim, 829-30
Waelder, Robert, 340, 341n2
Wagner, Fritz, 449, 606-10
Wagner, Gerhard, 2
Wagner, Helmut H. R, 413-17
Wagner, Richard, 726
Wahl, Jean, 57, 366
Wahnsinn und Gesellschaft
     (Foucault), 664
Wahrheit der Geschichte, Die
     (Engel-Janosi), 769, 770n2
Waines, J. G., 745
Waiting for Godot (Beckett), 478
Waldschmitt, Rolf, 353
Walgreen Lectures: and Dempf,
59, 60; and Engel-Janosi, 63, 73-74; focus of, 60, 68-69, 95; and Guggenheim Foundation, 94-95, 192, 193; influences on, 3; presentation of and audience for, 6, 73, 95; publication of, 63, 73, 75, 88, 91-92, 94-96; and Schütz, 68-69, 84-87; and Strauss, 103n3; title of published version of, 91-92; writing of, 59, 63, 66, 68, 88, 94, 95
Walker, D. P., 784, 791, 852
Wallace, George, 645
Wallas, Graham, 5 3
Wall Street Journal, 668
Walsh, David, 872-73
Walsh, Edward A., 277-78
Walter Turner Candler Lectures.
     See Candler Lectures (Emory
     University)
Walz, Elke, 775, 778
War and Peace (Tolstoy), 362
Ware, Richard A., 452-54, 468-69,
     515-16, 644-45
War of the Roses, 230
War propaganda, 841
Washington and Lee University,
     339-40
Wasinger, Steve, 548
"Was ist politische Realität?"
     (Voegelin), 500
Watanabe, Michael S., 695
Ways, Max, 302
Webb, Eugene, 809, 821-22,
     825-27, 843
Weber, Alfred, 68n1, 115n3, 766,
     822
Weber, Christian Egbert, 390-91
Weber, Manfred, 766
Weber, Max: and Clancy, 166;
on Gesinnungsethik versus Verantwortungsethik, 166; and historical type concepts, 171; influence of, on Voegelin, 822; Mauksch on, 378; Munich associations of, 802; nephew of, 99n1; and nominalist taxonomy, 451; and problematic of social sciences, 107-8, 202; and Schütz, 85-87; and Steding, 692; Strauss on, 75, 83n2; student of, 115n3; and value-free science, 14; and Zweckrationalität, 158
Weber-Schafer, Peter: funding for,
     378; and Institute for Political
     Science, University of Munich,
     353, 376, 378, 477, 484, 54i, 553,
     560; on Ökumenisches Reich,
     477; and one-volume edition
     of Order and History, 452-54;
     as professor at University of
     Bochum, 545, 560, 568, 766;
     scholarly research and writings
     by, 376, 4n, 553, 560, 766
Wechselverständnis (mutual
     understanding), 118-19
Wedekind, Frank, 431
Weidlé, Wladimir, 576
Weil, Eric, 262, 264, 274, 384, 408
Weiler, Rudolf, 770
Weiniger, Otto, 822
Weiss, Gilbert, 2
Weiss, Peter, 11
Weisskopf, Walter A., 392, 714
Weizsäcker, Carl Friedrich, 63, 298,
     300n1, 301
Weiler, LeGrand J., 427-28
Wellesley College, 473
Weltanschauung, 306, 365
Weltgeschichte der Kunst
     (Sedlmayr), 816
Wentworth, Richard L., 516-17,
     629-32
Wesenslehre (essence of man), 85
Wessell, Leonard P., 852
Westlertum (Westernism), 51
West-Östliche Mystik (Otto), 613
White, Leonard D., 162
Whitehead, Alfred North, 527, 557,
     685, 693, 750, 822, 836
White Lectures (Louisiana State
     University), 849
Whitman, Walt, 704
Widener Library, 233, 256, 268,
     297n2, 314, 434, 445, 446, 452,
     483, 502, 506, 511, 514, 517, 558
Widengren, Geo, 262, 274
Wieck, Fred D., 246-47
Wiese, Leopold von, 116
Wight, Martin, 251, 275, 339
Wilde, Oscar, 597
Wild, John, 270, 541
Wilhelmsen, Frederick D., 672,
     752, 863
Williams, George H., 761
Williams, Preston N., 494
Williamson, René de Visme,
     344-45, 425
William Volker Fund, 220-21,
     231-35, 263-65, 271, 273-75,
     276, 327-30
Willits, Joseph H., 189-90, 220
Wilson, Edmund, 305
Wilson, Francis G.: career of, 171n1;
     and Chicago Oriental Institute,
     222; and Dewey, 323-25; and
     meaning of "existential, " 356-57;
     Voegelin's correspondence with,
     170-71, 323-25, 356-57, 451-52;
     and Voegelin's New Science of
     Politics,
170-71; writings by, 451
Wilson, John A., 145, 146, 201, 274
Windelband, Wilhelm, 822
Windischmann, Carl J., 688
Winternitz, Emanuel: on artistic
inspiration, 343-44; and book jacket for Voegelin's Order and History, 279; career of, 69n2, 97; European travels by, 344; on harpsichord, 279; and Institute for Political Science, University of Munich, 392; at Metropolitan Museum of Art, 69n2, 97, 218-20, 279; mugging of, 644; and research question on Holy or Holies in Solomon's Temple, 218-20; and Schütz, 119, 161, 176, 177; Voegelin's correspondence with, 218-20, 279, 343-44, 746; Voegelin's hope for letter from, 68, 313; wedding plans of, 161, 176; writings by, 279, 343-44, 746
Winters, Yvor, 666
"Wisdom and the Magic of the
     Extreme" (Voegelin), 826, 830,
     832, 848, 860-61
     Wisdom literature, 329
Wissenschaft, 14
Wissenschaftliche Buchge-
     sellschaft,
871
Withrow, Gerald F., 624, 625n2
Wittfogel, Karl August, 429
Wittgenstein, Ludwig, 121n3, 468,
     843
Wofford College, 427
Wogan family, 361
Wolf, Erik, 261
Wolff, Christian, 811
Wolff, Helen, 229, 232, 242-43
Wolff, Kurt, 243n1
Wolfson, Harry A., 100, 146, 201,
     568-69
"Wood Paths" (Heidegger), 111
"World Empire and the Unity of
     Mankind" (Voegelin), 775, 778
"World Empire and the Unity of
     Mankind lecture" (Voegelin), 444,
     448
World of the Polis, The (Voegelin):
     on Heraclitus, 52; index of, 327,
     330; Preface for, 312; proofs of,
     327, 330; publication of, 313,
     325, 327, 329; reviews of, 348,
     381; and Schültz, 358-59; and
     Ventris and Chadwick's work,
     308. See also Order and History,
     (Voegelin)
World War II, 157
Wort und Wahrheit, 417nn1-2,
     509, 517
Wycliffe, John, 388, 673, 757


Xenophanes, 45, 49, 371
Xenophobia, 503, 504
Xerxes, 696-97, 698


Yale Review, 302
Yale University: faculty of, 201,
     309-10, 390, 392, 510-11, 624-
     25, 661n1, 733, 763-65; and
     Kendall, 311, 381, 382; Voegelin
     on, 311
Yates, Frances A., 761, 784, 791,
     852, 854
Yucatan, 698, 699, 700-701, 764,
     770, 772

Zaehner, R. C., 487, 488
Zarathustra (Nietzsche), 67
Zeit, Die, 800n1
Zeitschrift für Astrophysik
     (Weizsäcker), 63
Zen Buddhism, 49, 139,
     168, 668, 785, 786n2, 789,
     794
Zetema, 339
Zetesis, 563, 600
Zimmerman, Charlotte, 456,
     515-16
Zinoviev, Aleksandr, 857, 869
Zolla, Elémire, 575-76, 583, 651,
     674, 677, 711-12, 838
Zoon noun echon, 854
Zoroaster and Zoroastrianism, 697,
     698
Zucker, Wolfgang M., 623-24, 626
Zuleika Dobson (Beerbohm), 561
Zur Soziologie des Parteiwesens
     in der modernen Demokratie

     (Michels), 427, 428n2
Zusammentreffen (encounter),
     476
Zweckrationalität, 158

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