INDEX

VOL 6  ANAMNESIS
A to L


Abbas, Shah, 221
Abel-Remusat, Jean Pierre, 234, 235-36,
    246, 266, 271
Abraham, 122, 124
Abstract rights, 300
Action, 361
Adam, 111, 124
Adiaphora, 142, 147
Adikia (injustices), 143
Aeschylus, 130, 138, 168
Aetiology, 170-73, 354-55, 379-80
Against the Greeks (Josephus), 128, 137
Agathon, 37
Ages of the World myth, 129-30
Agnoia (ignorance), 309, 346
Ahriman, 107
Aigyptiaka (Hecataeus of Abdera), 116,
   119, 134
Aition, aitia (cause, causes), 169,
   170-72, 346, 350, 353
Akhenaton, 121
Akribeia (precision), 155
Albania and Albanians, 191n25, 198n31
Aldjigiddai, 229, 230, 233, 245-50,
   274-76
Aletheia (reality, truth), 336, 359
Alethinoteroi (higher degree of truth),
   148
Alexander the Great, 106, 110, 132,
   175n1, 180, 183, 187, 216, 221, 225,
   317, 320, 349, 384, 402, 406
Allgemeiner Ideologieverdacht
   (suspicion of ideology), 380
Alter ego, 71-73
Amathia, amatheis, amathes
   (ignorance, ignorant), 304, 305-
   6, 309-10, 325-26, 346, 352, 377
Amator sapientiae (lover of wisdom),
    313
Amenhemet I, 118
Ameni, 118
America, 390, 410, 412
Amon, 161
Amon-Min, 116
Analogical symbolization, 251-52, 265
Analytica (Aristotle), 306
Anamnesis: and flowing presence, 17;
obstacle to, 17-18, 20; Plato's symbol of, 36-37; process of, in removal of obstacles to truth, 7; and process of remembrance, 36-38; as recovery of reality, 18; Voegelin's anamnetic experiments, 6, 41, 84-98
Anamnesis (Voegelin): appropriateness
of title of, 2, 4, 38; and change in Voegelin's scholarly habits, 1-2, 4; and doctrinalization, 19; foreword to, 33-38; incentive for publication of, 2, 24; and philosophy of consciousness, 2-5, 16-17, 22; selection of materials for, 5-8; significance of, 1-2, 3; translations of, 3, 28-30; and Voegelin's break with Husserl, 11-13; writings in, 3, 4, 5-8, 34-36
Anamnetic experiments of Voegelin, 6,
   41, 84-98
Ananke (fate), 185, 291
Anaxagoras, 169
Anaximander, 131
Anaximenes, 163
Ancilla theologiae, 384
Andreia (courage), 151
Andrew of Longjumeau, 230, 274
Angels, 394
Angoisse du temps present et les
   devoirs de 1'esprit, L'
(Ricoeur), 408-9
Anima animi (soul of the soul), 60
Animalism, 295
Animals, 154
Anima mundi, 328
Ankara, battle of, 187, 191, 195, 196n31,
   204, 207, 209n47, 215, 217
Annenkov, P. W., 285-86
Anselm of Canterbury, 59
Anthrophina (human aspect, human
   affairs), 146, 147, 153
Anthropogony, 102-3, 116, 129
Anthropology. See Philosophical
   anthropology
Anthropomorphism, 169
Antigone (Sophocles), 144
Antilepsis (perceiving attention), 37
Antinomies, 69, 74, 77
Antiochus Soter, no, 119
Anxiety, 346-47, 409
"Anxiety and Reason" (Voegelin), 28
Apeiron, 131, 170, 174, 353
Aphorism, 3
Aphrodite, 325
Apocalypse, 406
Apocalypse of Daniel, 316, 317
"Apodictic" history, 53, 54
Apollo, 138
Apollodorus, 136, 138
Aporein (confusion, doubt), 346
Aporia (problem), 158, 329, 350-52, 354
Aporon (confusion), 346
Apospasmata (sparks), 51
Aquinas, Thomas. See Thomas Aquinas
Arabia and Arabs, 181, 202, 218n58,
   220, 220n59
Arabic language, 215, 215n55, 391
Archaeology, 137, 390
Arche (origin, beginning), 101, 131, 149,
   161-63, 169, 170, 172, 173, 346, 353
Archetypes, 368
Arete (virtue), 149
Arghun Khan, 235-36, 245-48
Arians, 334
Aristarchus, 358
Ariste politeia (best constitution), 146
Ariston (best thing), 154
Aristotle: on aetiology, 170-73; on
Analytica versus Topics, 306;
Averro�s's commentaries on, 51; on
being, 358, 361; on consciousness, 4,
5, 35; on fortuna, 182, 183; on God,
73, 149, 150, 174, 356; and ground
of order, 346-50, 353-55, 379-80;
on man's nature, 154-55, 166-74,
346-47, 398, 407; on metalepsis
(mutual participation), 347-50,
366, 381; mistaken view of, as
"metaphysician," 390, 391; and
myth, 352-53, 355-56; on nature, 7,
157, 158, 160-61, 169; and nomos
(law), 143, 144-45; on nous and
noesis, 149, 153, 169-72, 174, 347-50,
353, 354, 356, 359, 365-66, 382;
obstacles to further development of
Aristotelian philosophizing, 357-65, 372; and ontology of ethics, 148-53; on organisms, 171; on origin of becoming, 33 1; on ousia , 348, 358-63, 366, 379; and philomythos, 356, 377, 380; and philosophy of history, 355-56; and phronesis, 147-56; and physei dikaion, 140-47, 160; on Plato, 16; and polis, 141-44, 147, 150, 158, 405, 406; on Prime Mover, 356, 359; on reason, 149, 298; on right order of society, 35; and rulership, 252; on soul, 51, 158; on spoudaios (mature man), 151, 153, 154, 166-67, 169-70, 411; on "theologizing" and "philosophizing," 161-62, 336; twentieth-century interest in, 390; on virtue, 148-56
�Works: De Anima, 51; De Memoria,
38; Ethics, 141; E udemian Ethics, 149; Metaphysics, 5, 157-58, 160, 161, 167, 169, 170, 173, 346-48, 353, 366, 391; Nicomachean Ethics, 141-42, 146, 148, 150-56; Physics, 171; Politics, 141-42, 146, 158, 160, 411

Armenia and Armenians, 181, 191n25,
   194, 195n28, 198n31, 204n40, 229
Arpachshad, 111
Ascelin, Friar, 228-29, 231
Asia (Piccolomini), 188-93nn20-21,
   23-25
Asia Minor. See Mongol Orders of
   Submission; Timur
Assyria and Assyrians, 181, 188, 317
Athanasius, 334
Athanatoi (immortals), 326
Attention, 68
Atum, 161
Auditory perceptions, 64, 67
Aufgehoben (overcome), 285
Augustine, Saint: on anima animi (soul
   of the soul), 60; on consciousness,
   4; on divina scripta, 336; and
   Historiogenesis, 113-14, 135; and
   Manicheans, 334; meditation of, 57;
   on transformation of beings, 159
�Works: Civitas Dei, 135; De Trinitate,
   159-60; Enarrationes in Psalmos, 337
Aussch�pfen (drawing from), 394
Austria and Austrians, 227, 280, 286,
   292
Authoritarian State (Voegelin), 50
Autobiography, 352
Autorit�ren Staat, Der (Voegelin), 42
Averro�s (Ibn Rushd), 51
Averroism, 50, 51, 53
Axis time of mankind, 315-16, 318

Baader, Franz von, 15
Babylonia, 110, 135, 204n40, 317, 319,
   337
Babyloniaca (Berossus), 116, 119
"Backstair psychology," 307
Baghdad, 231; Caliph of, 229
Baichu Noyon, 228-29, 231-35, 241,
   243, 245-47, 249, 255-56, 258, 260,
   262-64, 271-73
Bakunin, Mikhail: Annenkov's letter
from, 285-86; arrests and trials of,
280, 281; and Communism, 287-88,
295; confession of, 280-96; contents
of Confession by, 286-96; and
criminality, 292; and Czech revolt
(1848), 280; and Dresden uprising
(1849), 280; and evil, 291, 292; and
faith under will, 290-91; friendship
of, with Muraviov, 293-94n20;
Herzen's letters from, 281, 282n3,
284, 294n20; impact of Confession
by, 296; imprisonment of, 280, 282,
296; motives of, for Confession by,
281-86; and mysticism, 285-86;
and Nicholas I, 281, 282, 284, 287,
288, 294, 296; political eros of,
284-85; on reactionaries, 284-85;
as revolutionary, 7, 280, 284-88,
290-96; and Russia, 280, 286-96; and
Satanism, 292; secret letter to family
from, 282, 283, 284-85; speech of,
on anniversary of Polish revolution,
289n14
�Works: Confession, 280-96;
   "Reaction in Germany," 284-85
   "Bakunin's Confession" (Voegelin), 7,
   29, 36, 280-96
Balkans, 187n18
Batton, P. Achatius, 234
Batu, 230
Baumgarten, Alexander, 392
Bayezid I, 178n4, 181, 191, 191n25,
   193, 193n26, 194n26, 195, 196n31,
   198n31, 201, 207, 207n46, 209-10n47,
   217, 219, 219n58, 220n59, 221-22
Becoming, 37, 161-63, 173-74
Befremden (bewilderment), 52-54
Behaviorism, 344, 386
Behistun Inscription, 107
Being: Aristotle on, 358, 361; and
coming-to-be, 162-63; consciousness-
transcending innerworldly categories
of, 74; definition of, 162, 331-32; and
degree of permeability to movement
of, 150-51; eternal Being as flowing
presence, 16-17, 35, 38, 329-30,
332, 335; and existential mode of
philosophy, 18; ground of, 33, 74, 77,
103, 164, 170, 173-74, 266, 346-48,
369, 374, 396, 404, 405; Heidegger
versus Voegelin on, 12-13; levels
of, in human existence, 75-77;
and literalization of symbols, 17;
love of, 24; luminosity of, 21, 22,
23, 25; man's forgetfulness of, 23;
opening toward, 22-24, 25; order
of, 18, 19, 164-69; and order of
things, 164; Parmenides on, 103,
166, 365; relationship of man and his
cognition to, 166-68; relationship
of the divine to, 163-66; revelatory
component of encounter with, 25-26;
and subject-object model of existence,
22-23; tensions within, 321-30; and
transcendence, 21, 26, 163-65; triad
of being-thought-symbol, 365-66,
381-82; truth of, 17. See also Eternal
Being; Order of being
Beitr�ge, 12
Belgium, 288
Bergeron, P., 233
Bergson, Henri, 42, 66, 347, 393, 395
Berith, 73
Berossus, 107, 110, 113, 116, 119, 135
Bible. See New Testament; Old
   Testament
Biblicism, 139
Biblioteca bio-bibliografica della Terra
Santa e dell'Oriente Francescano,

   232
Bibliotheke Historike, 116
Biedermann und die Brandstifter
   (Frisch), 360
Bildung, 300
Biologism, 70
Bios theoretikos (contemplative life),
   152, 405
Blanche, Queen, 274
Bl�dsinn (nonsense), 388
Bodin, Jean, 23, 55, 393-96, 396n19
Body: and consciousness, 65, 76, 79,
   399-400; and social order, 398-99;
   and soul, 158-59
Boehme, Jacob, 60, 393
Boethius, 325
Bohemia, 227
Bonum, 394
Book of Realities, 94-95
Bossuet, Jacques-B�nigne, 318
Bourgeois, 367
Bouvard et Pecuchet (Flaubert), 360
Bread: memory about, 94
Breda, Father H. L. van, 43
Brentano, Franz, 62, 63
Britain. See England
Broch, Hermann, 389
Brotherhood of Man, 387
Brothers Karamazov (Dostoyevsky),
   285
Buddha, 315, 320, 390
Burckhardt, Jakob, 181, 182, 195,298
Bureaucracy, 409, 410

Caesar, 175n1, 183, 187, 216
Calendar memory, 86-87
Caliph of Baghdad, 229
Cambini, Andrea, 204, 207-8, 211, 212,
   212n51
Camerarius, Joachim, 198n31
Camus, Albert, 369-71, 369-70n15, 388,
   389
Cannons of Kronburg, 97-98
Capha, 192n25, 205
Carnets (Camus), 370-71, 388
Carpini, Friar Pian de, 228, 231-32, 240,
   242, 244-45
Cassander, 132
Causae (causes), 171, 183-84
Cave parable, 37
Chain of causes, 170, 173-74
Charisma, 185
Charles V, 234
China: Communism in, 225, 250;
compared with Persian Empire, 317;
Conti on, 190n24; and empire, 235,
318, 402; and Genghis Khan, 189,
189-90n24, 225, 227; historiogenesis
of, 106, 119-20; and historiography,
318-19; history of, 317; Husserl on,
47, 51; kuo of, 401; and Mongol
empire, 231, 235-36, 254; sacred texts
of, 397; and Shah Mohammed, 226
Chosen People, 73, 122, 123-25, 130,
   337. See also Israel
Christ. See Jesus Christ
Christian Democracy, 387
Christianity: Bakunin on, 285; and
community of guilt, 72; definition
of Christian, 334; and ecumene,
402; and existence of God, 59;
and historiogenesis, 107; and
historiomachy, 137-39; history of,
390; homonoia as symbol of, 349;
and Husserl, 47, 60; and intentio
animi
toward God, 62; and Israelite
historiogenesis, 126; and meditation,
57, 58, 62; and Mongol empire,
263; monopoly recognition of,
within imperial setting, 19; and
mysticism, 390; pagan parallels to,
367; and Qumran texts, 368, 390;
and revelation, 25, 26, 171, 384-85;
Scheler on, 387; and search for order
in history, 14; separation of Church
and State, 299; and succession of
empires, 189; and transcendence,
25-26; and via negativa, 4; and will
under faith, 291. See also Jesus Christ
Chronica (Apollodorus), 136, 138
Chronica (Eusebius of Caesarea), 117,
139
Chronica (Salimbene), 232
Chronica Parmensia, 232
Chronicle (Eusebius), 195
Chronicle (Palmieri), 195
Chronicle (Sulpicius Severus), 133
Chronicles (Bible), 319
Chronography, 139
Cicero, 410
Cimeti�re Marin (Val�ry), 81
Cipelli, 196, 196n31
Citizenship, 299. See also Polis
City of Man, 387
Civilizations, 401-2, 406
Civitas Dei (Augustine), 135
Civitas Humana, 387
Classics: study of, 15
"Classification" tactic, 307-8
Clement of Alexandria, 107, 137-38,
   139
Cloud Castle, 89-90
Cloud of Unknowing, 57
Cognitio rationis, 382
Collected Papers (Sch�tz), 42, 43
Collective unconscious, 368
Collectivist metaphysics, 52-56
Colloquium Heptaplomeres (Bodin),
   394, 395-96
Comet, 93-94
Commodus, 139
Commons, John R., 10
Common sense, 310, 409-12
Communism, 36, 51, 54, 225, 250, 266,
   287-88, 295, 344, 387
Community, 15-17, 72, 73-74
Community of the psyche, 15-17
Comparative religion and literature,
   390
Comte, Auguste, 299, 300, 301-2, 385
Concentration, 68
Concepts, 10-11, 377-78, 379, 380-81
Concrete consciousness, 378, 380,
   398-404. See also Consciousness
Condicio humana, 115
Confession (Bakunin), 280-96
Confucius, 315, 319
Coniuratio (conspiracy), 201n35,
   210-11, 211n49
Consciousness: and anamnetic
experiments by Voegelin, 6, 41,
84-98; Aristotle on, 4, 5, 35;
and attention and focusing of
attention, 68; Augustine on, 4; "base-
experience" of, 75-76; and body, 65,
76, 79, 399-400; and classical versus
modern noesis, 372-73; concrete
consciousness, 378, 380, 398-404;
and cosmological antinomies, 69, 74,
77; counter-movements for regaining
order in, 23; definition of, 373-74;
flow of, 63-67, 78, 81; freedom of,
366-67, 400-401; and gnosticism,
22; and ground of being, 33, 74, 77,
374; and ground of order, 345-73,
379-80; Heraclitus on, 3, 4; and
history as constituent of philosophy,
313; and "I," 65, 67, 78, 81; and
illumination, 68-69, 71, 76, 78-80;
and insight, 362; and intentionality,
12-13, 21, 22, 366-67, 372, 377-78,
380; and loss of reality, 361, 366-73;
luminosity of, 22-23, 34, 351n 352,
353-55, 365, 372-74, 376, 380, 381,
385, 402, 404, 412; and meditation,
33-34, 57-59, 62, 66, 76, 77, 78; and
myths, 69-74; and nature, 79; as
noumenal experience, 80; oblivion
and knowledge as modes of, 36-37;
and order, 33-38, 43-44; and "other,"
71-74; and past and future, 68-69,
78; and perception, 62-67; and
philosophy as constituent of history,
312-13; philosophy as exploration of,
3-4; Plato on remembrance, 36-38;
and political reality, 345-73, 398-404;
and present time, 78-79; process of,
68-69, 77-78; and process theology,
74-77; reality of, 363-66, 378-79; as
reality of human participation, 364-
65; social fields of, 400-401; stream
of consciousness, 66, 78, 84; structure
of, 2-4, 5, 25, 367, 372; tension of,
22-23, 354-55, 378, 379-80; theory of,
33, 62-84; time-consciousness, 62-65;
and transcendent Being, 21; and vital
forces, 65; Voegelin's assumptions
on, 84. See also Philosophy of
consciousness
"Consciousness and Order" (Voegelin),
   28
Conservatisms, 387
Constantinople, 187n18, 214, 215, 219,
   220n59, 293
Constitutions, 146, 158, 300, 301, 359,
   409-10
Contemptus mundi, 58, 330
Contese eroiche (heroic struggles of
   Roman patricians and plebians), 73
Conti, Niccolo dei, 190n24
Contra Apionem (Josephus), 128, 137
Contract theories, 400
Conversio (turning), 393-96
Corporeality. See Body
Cosmogony, 102-3, 116, 161-63, 346
Cosmological antinomies, 69, 74, 77
Cosmological myths, 125
Cosmos, 154, 164-65, 168, 332, 357-58
Covenants between Israel and God, 122,
   123, 124, 125
Creatio ex nihilo, 160
Creation myths, 69-70, 73, 116, 138
Cretans, 131
"Crisis of European Sciences" (Husserl),
   45-49
Critias (Plato), 38, 265
Croesus, 131
Cronica Fratris Salimbene de Adam
Ordinis Minorum,
269-71
Cronica Majora (Matthew of Paris), 274
Cronus, 133
Cultures, 401, 402
Cyclical time, 106
Cynics, 82
Cyprus, 229
Cyrus, 130
Czech revolt (1848), 280

D'Ach�ry, 233, 274
Daimon (genius, spirit), 185, 324
Daimonios aner (spiritual man), 325,
   326, 352, 377
Damascus, 191, 192n25, 194nn26-27,
   195, 198n31, 199, 205
Daniel, 316, 317
Darius, 107, 117, 180, 194n26
Darwinism, 65
D'Avezac, M., 232
David, King, 123, 317, 319-20
David Memoirs, 123, 319-20
De Anima (Aristotle), 51
Death of God, 25
De divinis nominibus (Pseudo-
   Dionysius), 396
Deguignes, Joseph, 233
De la vicissitude ou variete des choses
   en 1'univers,
182, 215-21nn55-59
De 1'etat de 1'homme, ou vues
   philosophiques sur 1'histoire du genre
   humain
(d'Olivet), 315
De Memoria (Aristotle), 38
Demeter, 138
De miseriis humanae conditionis
(Poggio), 181
Demiurgic God, 163-74
Democracy, 299, 300-301, 387
Demonstratio, 59
Descartes, Ren�: and ego cogitans
(thinking ego), 59-60; epistemological
theory of, 60; and Husserl, 47, 53,
56-61; meditations of, 57-59; on
metaphysics, 392; and philosophy, 14;
proof of God by, 5 7, 5 8-5 9; and soul,
60; and transcendental subjectivity,
46; and via negativa, 4
�Work: Meditations, 56-59
De Trinitate (Augustine), 159-60
Deutero-Isaiah, 126
Deuteronomy, 319
Deux Sorces de la Morale et de la
   Religion
(Bergson), 395
De varietate fortunae (Poggio), 177-
   80nn3-6, 187n18, 190n24
Diadochic empires, 107, 132
Dialectics, 60, 393
Dichtung und Wahrheit (Goethe), 281
Dictatorship, 293, 293-94n20
Dictionnaire des id�es re�ues (Flaubert),
   360
Dictionnaire Philosophique (Voltaire),
   392
Dike (justice), 82, 142-44, 146, 151-52,
   382
Diodorus, 116, 133, 134, 135
Dionysius of Halicarnassus, 136, 137
Dionysus, 138
Discussion: freedom of and readiness
   for, 297-311; and Plato's Protagoras,
   298, 302-6, 309-10; techniques for
   prevention of, 306-9
Divina scripta, 336
Doctrina Christiana, 384-85
Doctrinalization, 19
Doderer, Heimito von, 360-61, 367, 389
Dogma, dogmatism, and dogmatization:
evasion by means of systematic
dogmatism, 308; extrication from,
372; and incompleteness of exegesis
of noetic experience, 379; original
exegesis of consciousness versus, 3,
4, 5; of philosophy, 3, 140, 384, 385;
problem of generally, 19-20, 372,
380; and right to world conquest,
250-52, 259, 264-65; and secondary
ideologies, 389; symbols of, 385-86;
theologico-metaphysical dogmatism,
3, 26, 358, 358n1, 359, 385, 386-87,
391-93, 394, 398, 412
Dogmatomachy, 385, 389, 398
D'Ohsson, C., 234
D'Olivet, Fabre, 315
"Don Quixote and the Problem of
Reality" (Sch�tz), 42
Dostoevsky, Fyodor, 369
Dove, Alfred, 189n22
Doxa, doxai (beliefs, opinions), 165,
   308, 376
Doxography, 381
"Dream of a Metaphysicist" (Kant), 76
Dreams of a Ghost-Seer (Kant), 76
Drechsler, Wolfgang, 197n31
Dreiphasengesetz (Comte, stages of
   history), 385
Dresden uprising (1849), 280
Dritte Walpurgisnacht (Kraus), 360
Dummheit (folly), 310
Dunning, William A., 55
D�rrenmatt, 389
Dutchmen: memory about, 92-93

Eber, 111
Ecumene, 402
Ecumenic Age (Voegelin), 1, 6, 19,
   20-21, 22, 28
Ecumenic empires, 19, 20-21, 315,
   316-18, 332, 384
Edwards, Jonathan, 10
Ego: alter ego, 71-73; Camus on, 370;
   psychological, 56-57, 59-60; and
   "second reality," 369; transcendental,
   43, 46, 47, 56-57, 59
Ego cogitans (thinking ego), 59-60
Egological dimension, 43, 46, 59-60, 83
Egypt: gods of, 134-35, 161; hieroglyph
for Egyptian, 120-21; historiogenesis
of, 106, 107-8, 116-21, 135, 250;
history of, 317; Israel's Exodus from,
123-24; and Louis IX of France, 229;
and Mongol empire, 231; and order
of the empire, 250; Piccolomini on,
188; polytheistic to monotheistic
symbolism of, 70; Timur's warfare
against, 192n25, 194, 195n28, 202,
219n58
Eidos (form), 37, 359
Eidos kai morphe (form or shape), 157,
   167
Eigenstruktur (autonomous structure),
   377
Eikon (image), 325
Einai (being), 166, 169, 365
Einstein, Albert, 166
Eleatic paradoxes, 66
Elect ones, 394-95
Elpis (hope), 168, 185
Emberley, Peter, 28
Empedocles, 167
Emperor's New Clothes, 97
Empire. See Ecumenic empire;
Imperialism; Mongol empire
Empiricism, 5, 35
Empirie (empiricism), 35
Enarrationes in Psalmos (Augustine),
   337
Encyclop�die (Hegel), 366
England, 288, 299-301, 412
Enlightenment, 14, 107, 172, 318, 344,
   359, 385
Enneads, 116-17, 119
Enneads (Plotinus), 37
Ennius, 134
Enosh, in
Entelechy, 47, 51, 53, 55
Enthousiasmos, 149
Enuma elish, 103
Episteme (knowledge, science), 58, 149,
   153, 155, 303-6, 308-9, 346, 376
Episteme kyriotate, 155
Episteme politike (political science),
   146, 343,411
Epistemology, 46, 58, 60, 79-80
Epistrophe (turning-around), 168, 393
Epoche (bracketing out), 56, 57, 58
Equality, 72, 73
Equivalence, 103-4, 357
Eratosthenes, 128, 136
Ereignis (Event), 81
Erga (Hesiod), 129
Eriugena, 393
Eros, 82, 168, 185, 284-85, 365-66, 382,
   394
Eros myth, 325
Eschatologies, 404
Esti (Is), 365 Eternal Being: as flowing presence,
16-17, 35, 38, 329-30, 332, 335; and
history as constituent of philosophy,
313, 330-33; and history as sphere
of phenomena of philosophical
investigation, 313-14, 333-37; and
philosophy as constituent of history,
312-13, 320-30; and philosophy as
phenomenon in field of history, 312,
314-20; in time, 312-37
"Eternal Being in Time" (Voegelin), 7,
   20-21, 35, 36, 312-37
Eternity of the ground, 404
Ethics: Camus on, 370; ontology of,
   148-53
Ethics (Aristotle), 141
Ethnology, 390
Etiology. See Aetiology
Euboulia (wise judgment), 302
Eudaimonia (spiritual joyfulness), 171,
   388
Eudemian Ethics (Aristotle), 149
Euergetes (beneficent ruler), 133-34
Euhemerus, 106, 131-35, 138
Eunomia (good social order), 398
Europa, 131
Eusebius of Caesarea, 117, 133, 139,195
Eusynesia, 156
Eutyches (fortune-favored one), 149
Eu zen (good life), 153, 154, 398, 407
Evangelium aeternum, 53
Evasion by means of systematic
   dogmatism, 308
Evil, 291, 292, 304
Existential mode of philosophy, 18
Exodus, 123-24, 337
"Experience and History" (Voegelin), 3,
   5, 6-7

Fairy tales, 97
Faith, 168, 364, 382, 406
Faith under will, 290-91
Fall: story of, 115, 159
Fascism, 50, 51, 387
Federalist Papers, 299
Feuerbach, Ludwig, 323
Ficino, Marsilio, 394
Fields: of history, 24-25, 312, 314-
   20, 327-30, 402-4; social fields of
   consciousness, 400-401
Flag Song memory, 96-97
Flaubert, Gustave, 360
Flood sagas, 109, 110, 113, 116, 119, 126
Flowing presence, 16-17, 35, 38,
   320-30, 332, 335
Flow of consciousness, 63-67, 78, 81
Folly, 310
Foolishness, 304, 305-6, 309-10
Fool's parade memory, 87
Forma, 159, 171
Forma naturalis, 160
Forma supernaturalis, 160
Fortuna, 181-86, 184010, 286
Fortuna adversa, 182, 185, 286
Fortuna secunda, 182, 185, 286
France, 215, 227, 229, 253, 254, 286,
   288, 299, 410
Frederick II, 254
Frederick the Great, 95
Frederick William III, 95
Frederick William IV, 95
Free associations, 68
Freedom: of consciousness, 366-67,
   400-401; of discussion, 297-311
Fregoso, Battista, 199-202, 199-
   201nn32-35, 204, 207-8, 207-8n46,
   210-12
Freighters: memory about, 90-91
French Revolution, 299
Freud, Sigmund, 67
Freyer, Hans, 185
Frisch, Max, 360, 389
Fruitio Dei, 394
Functionaries, 49
Fundamental principles, 341-42

Gaillardus Campanus, P. Justus, 199n32
Gaudier, loannes, 209n47
Geb, 117
Gegenstandsf�rmlichkeit (intentional-
   ity toward objects), 365
Geist, 172
Genghis Khan: and concept of empire,
264; conquests and empire of, 188,
221, 225-26, 236, 264; death of, 227,
242; disintegration of empire founded
by, 231, 235, 251; and Khorezmia,
225-26; Le Roy on, 215, 221; military
strategy of, 206; and order of God,
253; as Son of God, 243, 260, 265
Genossenschaftsrecht (Gierke), 54-56
German Empire, 316
German Political Science Association,
   8
Germany, 47, 194, 254, 284-85, 286,
   292-93, 295, 296, 316, 344, 389, 409-
   10. See also Hitler, Adolf; National
   Socialism
Gestalten (figures), 173
Ghazan Khan, 251
Gibbon, Edward, 209-10n47
Gierke, Otto Friedrich von, 54-56
Gilgamesh, 109
Gilinus, Camillus, 200n33
Giovio, Paulo, 204, 204n41, 208,
   211-13, 211n49
Globalization, 21
Gnosis and gnosticism, 21, 22, 148, 334,
   379, 390, 393, 406
God: anthropomorphic image of, 69;
Aristotle on, 73, 149, 150, 174,
356; Chosen People of, 73, 122,
123-25, 130, 337; command of,
and imperialism, 22; and conversio
(turning), 393-94; covenants between
Israel and, 122, 123, 124, 125; death
of, 25; as demiurge, 163-74; flowing
presence and man's relationship with,
335; and fortuna, 184; history and
man's encounter with, 126; intentio
animi
toward, 62; Israel's experience
with Yahweh, 122; kingdom of, and
Jewish apocalypse, 251; man's revolts
against, 309-10; and Mongol Orders
of Submission, 237-39, 241, 242-
44, 246-47, 249-50, 252-54, 259-65;
nature of, 168; and Nestorianism, 252;
Parmenides on, 165; Pascal on, 165;
of Plato, 73, 305; proofs for existence
of, 57, 58-59, 174, 359; relationship
of being to, 163-66; revelations of,
to Israel, 122; ruach of, 172; and Son
of God, 243, 260, 265, 285; Thomas
Aquinas on, 396-97; Word of, 19, 261;
as world-transcending reality, 331,
333
Goebbels, Joseph, 360
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von, 185
Goltwurm Althesinus, Casparus,
   198n31
Golubovich, P., 232
Good fortune. See Fortuna
Gorgias (Plato), 165, 304, 305, 327, 334
Gospels, 124, 159, 390. See also Jesus
Christ; New Testament
Grace, 159, 160
Great Britain. See England
Great Chain of Being (Lovejoy), 77
Greek historians, 136-39
Greek historiogenesis, 106, 126-35
Greek historiography, 318-19
Greek philosophy: and crisis of fifth
   century B.C., 82; Husserl on, 46, 47,
   53, 54; and noesis, 372-73, 382, 391,
   405-6; and search for order in history,
   14. See also specific philosophers
Greek polis. See Polis
Greeks, 293
Grotesque, 359-60, 380
Ground of being, 33, 74, 77, 103, 164,
   170, 173-74, 266, 346-48, 369, 374,
   396, 404, 405
Ground of order, 345-73, 379-80
Grousset, Ren�, 234
Grundgesetz (Basic Law), 409
Grundsatze (principles), 410
Guilt, 72
Gutaeans, 108, 119

Hakluyt, Richard, 232
Halicarnassian, 136
Halley's Comet, 93-94
Hanak, Miroslav, 28, 29
Hannibal, 180, 191, 193n25
Hatred, 289-90, 292
Hatshepsut, Queen, 107-8
Hebrews. See Israel; Jews and Judaism
Hecataeus of Abdera, 133-34, 138
Hedone (pleasure), 150
Hegel, G. W. F: Camus on, 370; and
dating of Oriental history, 126,
385; Geist of, 172; on history of
man's search for order, 24; and
metaphysics, 392-93; on Persia, 316;
and philosophy of history, 316-18;
Ricoeur on, 408, 409; on state, 316;
Voegelin's writings on, 2
�Works: Encyclop�die, 366; History
   of Philosophy,
60; Lectures on the
   Philosophy of History,
316
Heidegger, Martin: and classical
philosophy, 19, 22; compared with
Voegelin, 12-13, 13-14n9, 18, 19,
22, 23, 25; and metaphysics, 23;
and National Socialism, 13-14n9,
22; and phenomenology, 12-13; and
philosophy, 14, 25; and revelation, 25;
and technological domination, 18
�Work: Satz vom Grund, 166
Heilman, Robert, 2, 3-4, 5, 14-15
Heistcrbach Monk, 87-88
Hekasta (concrete things), 148, 151,
   155, 166
Helen, 131
Hellanicus, 127
Hellenic historiogenesis, 106, 126-35
Hellenic symbolism, 128-31
Hellenism, 47, 70. See also headings
   beginning with Greek
Henoch, 111, 112
Henri I de Lusignan, 229
Heptaplus (Pico della Mirandola), 394
Heraclitus, 3, 4, 144, 147, 152, 166, 319,
   349, 36S, 382
Hera of Argos, 127
Herder, Johann Gottfried von, 15
Heresies, 385
Herodotus, 116, 130-31, 132, 319, 402
Herzen, Aleksandr Ivanovich, 281,
   282n3, 284, 294n20
Hesiod, 103, 115, 129-30, 138, 335
Hexis (moral characteristic), 154
Hiera Anagraphe (Euhemerus), 131-35
Hindus, 47
Histoire de Saint Louis (Joinville), 233,
   276
Histoire des Mongols de la Perse
   (Rashid-ad-Din), 251
Historiai (Herodotus), 131
Historia Mongolorum (Carpini), 232
Historia pagana, 394
Historia sacra, 134, 135, 318, 394
Historia sacra et profana, 135
Historia Tartarorum Ecclesiastica
   (Mosheim), 234, 235
Historici mundiales, 135
Historicism, 15-16, 33, 344, 386
Historicity of Christ, 139
Historiogenesis: of China, 106, 119-20;
and cosmological empire, 107-9;
and cultures of ancient Orient
generally, 35, 101-2; definition of,
35, 102, 127; of Egypt, 106, 107-8,
116-21, 135, 250; and Euhemerus,
106, 131-35; Greek, 106, 126-35;
historiographic content of, 104; of
India, 106; of Israel, 106, 109-16,
119, 121-26; of Mesopotamia, 103,
106, 114-15; and misconstruction
of symbols in service to imperial
justification, 19; and myth, 104,
105; and mythospeculative types,
102-4; as omnipresent, 106-7; of
Rome, 104, 106; and speculation,
105; Sumerian, 105-6, 108-13; and
Sumerian King List, 105-6, 108-13,
119, 120; symbolism of, 102-3, 135
"Historiogenesis" (Voegelin), 6-7, 28,
   36, 101-39
Historiography: definition of, 15;
   of Ecumenic Age, 20; in Hellas,
   Israel, and China, 318-20; and
   historiogenesis, 104; and Husserl, 55
Historiomachy, 136-39
History: "apodictic" history of
Husserl, 53, 54; Bakunin on, 292,
295; Bergson on, 395; Bodin on,
395; and characterization, 203-4;
chronological construction of, 16;
Comte's stages of, 385; as constituent
of philosophy, 313, 330-33; definition
of, 15, 351; as field, 24-25, 312,
314-20, 327-30, 378-79, 402-4; and
flowing presence, 330; Gierke on,
54-56; Husserl on, 46-49; Joachim
of Fiore (Flora)'s periodization of,
54; Kant on, 51, 52-53; Lenin on,
54; and man's encounter with
God, 126; materialistic conception
of, 295; meaning of, 403-4; myth
and pragmatic history, 101-2;
"objectness" within, 377-80; of
participation, 380-81; philosophy
as constituent of, 312-13, 320-30;
philosophy as phenomenon in field
of, 312, 314-20; philosophy of, 9-10,
15-17, 35, 53, 56, 316-18, 333,
334, 336-37, 355-56, 404, 408; and
philosophy of consciousness, 4-5,
14-17, 24, 34, 356-57; possibility
of transhistorical dialogue, 15-16;
as reality's changeability, 364, 377;
relationships between philosophy
and, 312-37; as sphere of phenomena
of philosophical investigation, 313-
14, 333-37; teleological view of,
47-55, 57, 61; Toynbee on, 401-2;
and type-concepts, 380-81; unilinear
history, 105-6
History of ideas, 381
History of philosophy, 11, 14, 48-56, 59
History of Philosophy (Hegel), 60
History of Political Ideas (Voegelin), 1,
   2, 7, 9, 20, 44, 176n1
History of Sicily (Timaeus), 128
History of spirit, 72
Hitler, Adolf, 52, 53, 291, 360, 410. See
   also National Socialism
Hittite kingdom, 107
Hochstapler (swindler), 291
Hodgson, S. H., 62
Holder-Egger, O., 232, 269
Holland, 92-93
Homer, 114, 129, 131, 138, 188, 189,
   252, 332
Homme r�volt�, L' (Camus), 369-70,
   371
Homologia, 349
Homo mensura (man is the measure),
   305
Homonoia, 349
Homo novus, 399
Homo politicus, 411
Honorius IV, 248
Hope, 382
Horus, 117
Howorth, Henry H., 234
Hulagu, 231
Human consciousness. See
   Consciousness
"Humanists' Image of Timur"
   (Voegelin), 7, 36, 175-223
Human nature: Aristotle on, 7, 154-55,
166-74, 298, 346-47, 398, 407;
Aristotle's spoudaios (mature man),
151, 153, 154, 166-67, 169-70,
411; Bodin on, 394-95; Camus
on, 371; and common sense, 310;
concept of, 348-49; and degree of
permeability to movement of being,
150-51; and domination of reality
versus submission to order of being,
18-19; and entelechy, 47, 51, 53,
55; Husserl on, 47, 51-52; levels of
being in human existence, 75-77;
and mastery of nature, 18; meaning
of term man, 375; Mill on, 298, 300;
and noetic experiences, 348-49; and
philosophical anthropology, 298, 308,
375; Plato on, 70-71, 298, 325-26,
352, 377; and realm of man's being,
406-7; relationship of man and his
cognition to being, 166-68; Siger de
Brabant on, 50-51; and social order,
398-99; status of man as lemporal
being, 322-23; symbols of, 34, 402;
Thomas Aquinas on, 50-51. See also
Consciousness
Humboldt, Wilhelm von, 299, 300
Hungary, 228, 293
Husserl, Edmund: and "apodictic"
history, 53, 54; collectivist
metaphysics of, 52-56; and Descartes,
47, 53, 56-61; and epistemological
critique, 46; on historical method,
47-49; and historiography, 55; on
history of mankind, 46-47; and
history of philosophy, 11, 48-56;
on human nature, 47, 51-52; and
Jewish versus Christian religiosity,
60; and New Testament period,
53-54; on noetic structure, 63; on
perception and time-consciousness,
62-63; phenomenology of, 5, 11-
13, 42, 43, 53, 66; philosophical
talent of, 61; on philosophy, 48; and
problem of transcendental ego and
intersubjectivity, 43; and progress,
52, 53; radicalism of, 50, 54, 60,
82-83; on reason, 53; Sch�tz on,
42; teleology of, 47-55, 57, 61; on
Thou, 71; transcendentalism of, 43,
47, 49-56, 60-61, 82-83; Voegelin's
break with, 11-13; Voegelin's letter
to Sch�tz on, 45-61
�Works: "Crisis of European Sciences,"
   45-49; Ideas, 45, 46; Logical
   Investigations,
46; Meditations
   Cart�siennes,
43, 71; Philosophia, 45
Hybris, 144, 185, 225, 387
Hyksos, 107
Hypokeimenon (substrate), 66
Hypostases, 400

Iberia and Iberians, 191n25, 198n31
Idealism, 47, 107
Idealizations, 69
Idea of Universal History with a
Cosmopolitan Purpose
(Kant), 52-53
Ideas: Plato on, 58
Ideas (Husserl), 45, 46
Id�es re�ues, 411
Ideologies, 18, 20, 334, 343, 344, 360,
   376, 380, 385-87, 389, 398, 400-401,
   408, 412
Idiotes, 378
Idolatry, 74
Ignorance ( amathia ], 304, 305-6,
   309-10, 325-26
Il-khans, 246, 248, 251
Illuminatio, 56
Illumination, 68-69, 71, 76, 78-80
Iltis shipwreck, 96
Images of reality, 357, 367-69, 372-73,
   405
Immanence: and consciousness, 357;
and demiurgic God, 163-65; and
ecumenic expansion, 20-21; and
Husserl, 61; immanentization of the
eschaton, 21-22; as linguistic index,
171-72, 374-75; of moment and its
illumination, 78-79; and process
theology, 75, 77; and right to world
conquest, 250, 251; and "science
object," 351; and temporality, 328;
Thomas Aquinas on, 396
Imperator (supreme commander), 211
Imperia, 189
Imperialism, 19, 20-22, 36, 189, 346,
   384, 402. See also Mongol Orders of
   Submission
Imperium mundi in statu nascendi
   (world-empire-in-the-making), 253,
   260, 264
Improvement of mankind, 300
In-between, 16
India, 47, 51, 106, 317, 320
Individualism, 299-302
Infinite and infinity, 69, 77
"In Memoriam Alfred Sch�tz"
(Voegelin), 3, 28, 34, 41-44
Innocent IV, Pope, 228, 229, 231, 233,
   236, 237, 240-41, 243, 245, 249,
   255-56, 266-71, 274
In Search of Order (Voegelin), 1
Insight, 362, 375-81
Insolentia, 207, 208-9
Institutionalism, 33
Intellectus unus, 378
Intentio (intention), 57-60, 78
Intentio animi, 62
Intentionality, 12-13, 21-23, 183,
   366-67, 372, 377-78, 380
Intersubjectivity, 43, 330, 345
Intramundane existence, 22, 52
   10, 131
Ioudaike Archaiologia (Josephus), 137
Ira Dei (wrath of God), 193, 194n26,
   195, 198n31, 199, 212, 212nn52-53,
   219, 220n59
Irenaeus, 334
Irrationality, 310
Isaiah, 310, 365
Isis, 138
Islam and Muslims, 19, 229, 239, 334
Israel: as Chosen People, 122, 123-25,
130, 337; covenants between God
and, 122, 123, 124, 125; and Davidic
empire, 123, 317, 319-20; and Exodus,
123-24, 337; histories of, 317, 390;
historiogenesis of, 106, 109-16, 119,
121-26; and historiography, 318-20;
prophets of, 115, 119, 125, 310, 315,
319, 336, 351, 354, 365; revelations
of Yahweh to, 122; and ruach of God,
172; and Sinaitic Covenant, 122,
123, 124, 125; and Table of Nations,
122, 124, 128, 130. See also Jews and
Judaism; Old Testament
Italiana. 52
Itinerarium (Rubruquis), 232

James, William, 42, 62, 65
Jared, 111
Jeremiah, 115, 351, 354
Jerusalem, 115, 123, 137, 194-95,
   195n28
Jesus Christ, 138, 139, 159, 285, 316,
   334, 368. See also Christianity
Jews and Judaism, 19, 26, 60, 73, 74,
   107, 251, 334, 384, 390. See also
Israel; Old Testament
Joachim of Fiore (Flora), 22, 54
"John Stuart Mill: Freedom of
   Discussion and Readiness of
   Discussion" (Voegelin), 7, 29, 36,
   297-311
Joinville, Jean de, 230, 233, 276
Josephus, 111, 128, 137
Jovius, D. Paulus, 197n31
Judah, 317
Judas, 285
Justice, 142-43

Kabbalistic mysticism, 74
Kaegi, Werner, 184n10
Kainan, 111
Kaiser: memory about, 95-96
Kakodaimonia (mean spiritedness), 388
Kalokagathia (teaching virtue), 302
Kanon kai metron (standard and
   measure), 151
Kant, Immanuel: and antinomies of
infinity, 69, 74, 77; and Befremden
(bewilderment), 52-54; on history,
51, 52-53; and Husserl, 47; Idea
of Universal History with a
Cosmopolitan Purpose,
52-53; on
immortality of the soul, 53; and
metaphysics, 392; and proofs of God,
59, 174; on reason, 52-53, 76, 80; on
"thing-in-itself," 80
�Works: "Dream of a Metaphysicist,"
   76; Dreams of a Ghost-Seer, 76
    Kata physin (according to nature), 146,
   166
Kath' homoioteta (bearing a
   resemblance), 143
Kaufmann, F., 45
Kenan, 111
Khnum, 161
Khorezmia, 225-26
Kingship. See Sumerian King List; and
   specific kings
Kish, 109
Knowledge: and Cave parable, 37;
episteme as, 58, 149, 153, 155, 303-6,
308-9; gnosticism and absolute
knowledge, 379; Heraclitus on,
382; as mode of consciousness,
36-37; and noetic experience, 376;
of participation in ground of being,
374; phronesis as, 147-56; tensions in
reality of, 381-98. See also Ratio
Koine Historia (Diodorus), 135
Koinonia (community), 147
Koinonia politike (political
   community), 142
Köln-Düsseldorfer boats, 91-92
Kosmokrator (ruler of the universe),
   169
Kosmosbild (cosmos), 357
Kosmos (cosmos, world, order), 154,
   166, 169
Kraus, Karl, 360
Kronburg Cannons, 97-98
Kublai Khan, 231
Kuo, 401
Kuyuk Khan, 228, 230, 231-32, 234-37,
   239-43, 245, 249, 252, 256-57,
   259-61, 263, 266-73

Lactantius, 134
Lagids, 119, 135
Lamech, 111
Language indices. See Linguistic indices
Lao-Tse, 315, 319, 390
Last Judgment, 159, 305, 327, 330
Law: Bakunin on, 291-92; and Mongol
   Orders of Submission, 264-66;
   natural law, 35, 140, 144, 146, 151,
   387; nomos as, 143; Reid on, 410-11;
    theios nomos (divine law), 144, 147
Laws (Plato), 8, 71, 305
Lectures on the Philosophy of History
   (Hegel), 316
Legitimierende Wertvorstellungen
   (legitimizing values), 378
Leibfundament (corporeal foundation),
   407
Lenin, V. I., 54, 291, 294
Leon,138
Le Roy, Louis, 181, 182, 190, 205, 208,
   212-21, 212-21nn54-59
"Letter to Alfred Schütz Concerning
Edmund Husserl" (Voegelin), 3, 28,
   45-61
Lettre á Jean Bautru (Bodin), 393, 394
Leunclavius, Joannes, 209n47
Liberalism, 18, 299, 302, 387
Liberty, 297-302
Libido dominandi, 324, 330, 379
Libri divinae historiae, 135
Life and Death, 97
Life of Boniface IX (Sacchi), 194-95,
   195n28
Lingua volgare (vernacular into Latin),
   199
Linguistic indices, 21, 35, 373-81
Literalization, 7, 17, 19, 20
Litterae Dei (order of God), 252, 259
Logical Investigations (Husserl), 46
Logos, 37, 51n 129, 166, 346, 349-50,
   354-55, 365, 376, 384,404
Logos of realization, 313-14, 320, 326,
   333
Lonergan, Bernard J. F., 399
Longhena, Mario, 190n24
Loss of reality, 361, 366-73
Louis IX, King of France, 229-30,
   242-45, 249, 262, 274-79
Love, 152-53, 168, 382, 394. See also
   Eros
Lovejoy, Arthur O., 77
Lucretius, 81
Luminosity: of being, 21, 22, 23, 25;
   of consciousness, 22-23, 34, 351-55,
   365, 372-74, 376, 380, 381, 385, 402,
   404, 412; of philosophical experience,
   321; of tension between nondivine
   temporal being and divine-eternal
   being, 331
Luther, Martin, 114
Lydia and Lydians, 130, 188, 218n58
Lynkeus, 138
Lyons uprising (1870), 296

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