Further Readings in Eric Voegelin
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Further Readings in Eric Voegelin 399 Eric Voegelin’s published writings fill thirty-­ four volumes. As most of the principal themes explored in his life’s work are returned to frequently , and at many different stages during his career, it is impossible to direct the reader to all of the “related writings” concerned with their treatment or development. Nevertheless, we here identify some of Voegelin’s most important writings, both those directly relevant to issues and topics treated in this Reader’s selections, and writings that have a distinctive stature, or a special place in his work for understanding the full spectrum of his thought. I. Philosophy of History In order to grasp the full impact of the empirical bases upon which Voegelin develops his philosophy of history, one must read the five volumes of Order and History (CW 14–­ 18). More selectively: “Mesopotamia, “Egypt,”, “Israel and History,” and “The Prophets” in Order and History I: Israel and Revelation (CW 14) “Hellas and History,” “Homer and Mycenae,” “Hesiod,” and “Power and History” [Herodotus and Thucydides] in Order and History II: The World of the Polis (CW 15) “Historiogenesis” in Order and History IV: The Ecumenic Age (CW 17) 400 further readings in eric voegelin “Configurations of History” in Published Essays, 1966–­1985 (CW 12) “Eternal Being in Time” in Anamnesis: On the Theory of History and Politics (CW 6) II. Theory of Consciousness “Part I. Remembrance” in Anamnesis: On the Theory of History and Politics (CW 6) “Part III. The Order of Consciousness” in Anamnesis: On the Theory of History and Politics (CW 6) III. Religious Experience and Divine Reality “The People of God” in History of Political Ideas, Volume IV: Renaissance and Reformation (CW 22) “The Beginning and the Beyond” in What Is History? And Other Late Unpublished Writings (CW 28) “Quod Deus Dicitur” in Published Essays, 1966–­1985 (CW 12) Christianity: “The Pauline Vision of the Resurrected” in Order and History IV: The Ecumenic Age (CW 17) “Response to Professor Altizer’s ‘A New History and a New but Ancient God?’” in Published Essays, 1966–­1985 (CW 12) IV. Thinkers and Culture: Ancient “Parmenides,” “Heraclitus,” “Tragedy,” and “The Sophists” in Order and History II: The World of the Polis (CW 15) 401 further readings in eric voegelin “The Gorgias,” “The Republic,” and “Timaeus and Critias” in Order and History III: Plato and Aristotle (CW 16) “Right by Nature” and “What Is Nature?” [on Aristotle] in Anamnesis : On the Theory of History and Politics (CW 6) “The Ecumenic Age,” “The Process of History,” and “Conquest and Exodus” in Order and History IV: The Ecumenic Age (CW 17) “The Struggle for Representation in the Roman Empire” in The New Science of Politics; in Modernity Without Restraint (CW 5) V. Thinkers and Culture: Medieval “John of Salisbury,” “Siger de Brabant,” and “Saint Thomas Aquinas ” in History of Political Ideas II: The Middle Ages to Aquinas (CW 20) “The Mongol Orders of Submission to European Powers, 1245–­ 1255” in Published Essays, 1940–­1952 (CW 10) “Dante,” “William of Ockham,” and “The Conciliar Movement” in History of Political Ideas III: The Later Middle Ages (CW 21) VI. Thinkers and Culture: Modern “The Order of Power: Machiavelli” in History of Political Ideas IV: Renaissance and Reformation (CW 22) “Bodin” in History of Political Ideas V: Religion and the Rise of Modernity (CW 23) “Giambattista Vico—­ La scienza nuova” and “The English Quest for the Concrete” in History of Political Ideas VI: Revolution and the New Science (CW 24) “Phenomenalism” and “Nietzsche and Pascal” in History of Political Ideas VII: The New Order and Last Orientation (CW 25) 402 further readings in eric voegelin “Helvétius,” “Positivism,” “The Apocalypse of Man: Comte,” “Revolutionary Existence: Bakunin,” and “Gnostic Socialism: Marx” in History of Political Ideas VIII: Crisis and the Apocalypse of Man (CW 26) “Ought in Kant’s System” in Published Essays, 1929–­1933 (CW 8) “John Stuart Mill: Freedom of Discussion and Readiness for Discussion ” in Anamnesis: On the Theory of History and Politics (CW 6) “Nietzsche, The Crisis, and the War” in Published Essays, 1940–­ 1952 (CW 10) “The Origins of Scientism” and “Liberalism and Its History” in Published Essays, 1953–­1965 (CW 11) “Gnosticism: The Nature of Modernity,” “Gnostic Revolution: The Puritan Case,” and “The End of Modernity” in The New Science of Politics; in Modernity Without Restraint (CW 5) “Ersatz Religion” in Science, Politics, and Gnosticism; in Modernity Without Restraint (CW 5) “On Hegel: A Study in Sorcery” and “Wisdom and the...