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Index 407 Abel-­ Rémusat, Jean-­ Pierre, 330, 331 Abraham: as Christian, 247; and Jesus, 343, 345 Achaemenid empire, 88 Achilles, and Agamemnon and Athena, 122 Acosmism, 320, 324, 396n4 (Pt 5) Addictions, 388 Advertising, 68 Aeschylus: and life of reason, 83; and nosos, 151, 295, 387; and soul, 58 Aetiology, 115-­16 Africa: and education in Western universities, 85; political relations between Western nations and, 114 Aftalion, Albert, 12 Agamemnon, and Achilles, 122 Agathon: and eros, 57, 136; Plato on, xix, 40; Socrates’s desire for Divine Agathon, 67 Age, of Empire, 86-­ 87 Agnoia, 61, 395-­ 96n2 Agnoia ptoiodes, 229, 231, 234 Agnosticism, 117, 123, 293 Ahuramazda, 49-­50 Aition: Aristotle on, 115-­ 16, 138-­ 41; definition and description, 115-­ 16, 140, 224-­ 25; and final cause, 139-­ 41; as ground or cause, 115-­ 16, 122, 140-­ 41; Plato on, 115; Prime Mover and chain of, 134; and Scholasticism, 115 À la recherche du temps perdu (Proust), 13 Aletheia: alethos pseudos, 61; Aristotle on, 206; double meaning of, 341; and leap in being, 312; Plato on, 206, 211 Alethinos logos, 339 Alexander the Great: conquests of, 87; in India, 92 Alienation, and Gnosticism, 179, 181-­ 83, 349 Altruism, 76 Amator sapientiae, 56 Amicitia, 63 Amon Hymns, 269-­ 72, 337 Amor Dei: Augustine on, 73, 119, 227; and Christianity, 64 Amor sui: Augustine on, 227; and Christianity, 64; and disturbance of order of soul, 73 Analogia entis, 143 Analogical symbolism, 300-­ 307 Analytica Posteriora (Aristotle), 325 Anamnesis, and Plato, 382, 387 Anamnesis (Voegelin), xv, xviii Ananke, in Plato’s Timaeus, 340 Anatolia, 87 Anaxagoras, on nous, 224-­25 Anaximander, on apeiron, 235 Anoia, 384-­ 85, 387 Anthropological principle, 54-­ 56 Anthropological truth, 62-­ 63 Anthropomorphism, and psychologies of projection, 360-­ 61 Anxiety: of empty life, 69; and ignorance, 297, 299, 304-­ 305; 408 index phenomenon of modern philosophy, 231-­32 Apeiron: Anaximander on, 235; Aristotle on, 139-­ 40; in Christian psychology, 235 Apocalypse and apocalyptism: apocalyptic faith, 374-­ 75; cathartic function of, 108; and Christianity, 103-­ 106; history of, 349; intramundane apocalypse and revolt of society, 107-­ 108; of John, 337; and scripture generally, 104; symbolisms of afterlife, 178 Apology (Plato), 247, 253, 254, 255 Aporein, 248, 395n2 Apperception, 224-­ 25, 232 Apperzeptionsverweigerung, 232, 389 Arab countries (twentieth century), 85 Archimedian observer, 251 Aristotle: on causality, 134, 138-­ 39, 140-­ 41, 272; and Hegel, 185-­ 88, 237-­ 38; on immortality, 184-­ 85, 233, 258, 391; and William James, 152; as philomythos, 209, 219, 223, 340; compared with Plato, 57; on origin and end of existence, 116-­ 18, 142-­ 43; and Paul, 266; on reason, 218-­ 28, 233, 237-­ 38; and symbols, 47; theology of, 61, 63; and Voegelin, 16 Asia: government in, 82; Lenin on Asiachina, 91; political relations between Western nations and, 114 Asoka, 88 Aspernatio rationis, 230, 236, 240, 242, 388, 389 Astronomy, 134, 141 Athanatizein: Aristotle on, 184-­ 85, 233, 258, 391; definition of, 185 Atheism, 231 Athena, and Achilles, 122 Athens, politics of, 36, 39, 55, 59-­ 60, 62-­63 Atman, 320 Atom bomb, 84 Attunement to being, 299-­ 300, 306-­ 307, 325 Augustine, Saint: on amor Dei, 73, 119, 227; on amor sui, 227; on civitas Dei and civitas terrena, 169, 306; and exodus from world, 174; and historia sacra, 314, 316-­ 318; on history, 314, 316-­ 18, 322, 323; and Plato, 56; and process of reality, 216; and remembrance, 383; symbols of, 174 Austria: Christian Socialist Party in, 17; civil war in, 17; Nazi Germany’s occupation, xi, 18-­ 19; Social Democratic party in, 17-­ 18; Voegelin’s escape from, xi, 18-­ 20 Authority: of prophets, 314; recognition of, 3; structure of, and history, 314-­15 Axis (axial) time: and Buddhism and Buddha, 321, 322-­ 23; and Confucianism and Confucius, 321, 322-­ 23; Jaspers on, 54, 87-­ 88, 322-­ 25, 330-­ 33; and spiritual outbursts, 330-­ 34; Toynbee on, 322-­ 25 Baal of Emesa, 88 Babylon & Babylonia: breakdown of society in, 301; cultural diffusion from, 331 Bacon, Francis, 24-­ 25 Bakunin, Mikhail, 125 Balance of power, 93, 124 Balzac, Honoré de, 95 Barbarians, 82 Bauer, Bruno, 320 Bayezid I (Bayazid I), 14 Beckett, Samuel, 231 Beginning: complex of consciousness-­ reality-­language, 357-­59, 362, 363, 368, 371, 373, 379, 382, 386; definite thingness and indefinite diversification, 372-­ 74; and existential resistance, 376-­ 78; experience-­ symbol in representations of divine ground, 271-­ 72; formative parousia and deformation, 374-­ 76; of Genesis, 359-­ 64; and Gnostics, 374; and imagination, 378-­ 81; 409 index introductory thoughts on...