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Contents vii Editors’ Introduction ix Prologue 3 PART ONE | Intellectual Biography from Autobiographical Reflections (1973) Chapter 10: American Influence 7 Chapter 11: Concerning the Year in France 12 Chapter 12: Return to Vienna 15 Chapter 13: Anschluss and Emigration 18 from The Political Religions (Second edition, 1939) Preface 21 from Autobiographical Reflections (1973) Chapter 22: Why Philosophize? To Recapture Reality! 24 PART TWO | The Philosophical Science of Politics from The New Science of Politics (1952) Introduction, Sections 1 and 2 35 Editors’ summary of Chapter 1 46 Chapter 2: Representation and Truth, Sections 1–6, 9 47 Chapter 3: The Struggle for Representation in the Roman Empire, Section 1 62 Necessary Moral Bases for Communication in a Democracy (1956) 66 Industrial Society in Search of Reason (1963), Section 5 78 World-­ Empire and the Unity of Mankind (1962) 86 viii contents PART THREE | Philosophizing in Modernity In Search of the Ground (1965) 113 On Debate and Existence (1967) 130 Immortality: Experience and Symbol (1967) 147 PART FOUR | Philosophy and the Open Soul: Consciousness, Reason, and Divine Reality from Remembrance of Things Past (1978) 195 Equivalences of Experience and Symbolization in History (1970) 198 Reason: The Classic Experience (1974) 218 The Gospel and Culture (1971) 245 PART FIVE | Philosophy of History from Israel and Revelation (1956) Preface 289 Introduction: The Symbolization of Order 295 from The World of the Polis (1957) Introduction: Mankind and History (excerpts) 308 from The Ecumenic Age (1974) Introduction (excerpts) 327 from In Search of Order (1987) Chapter 1: The Beginning of the Beginning 352 Epilogue 391 Notes 393 Further Readings in Eric Voegelin 399 Selected Writings on Eric Voegelin 405 Index 407 ...