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Extra resources for A Friendship That Lasted a Lifetime: The Correspondence Between Alfred Schütz and Eric Voegelin
2. Voegelin’s new position at the University of Alabama began in the autumn of 1939. 3. Unidentified MS. See Schütz’s letter to Voegelin from March 3, 1939. 6. 1 I delayed answering until now because I have been waiting from day to day for news from Europe on whether to begin my return trip on the 28th as planned. In view of the present world crisis, this would have been all the more unpleasant since, up to now, all my efforts to take out first papers have been unsuccessful and I would not even have been able to avoid French military service.
But this introduction was shortened from the version Voegelin sent to Schütz and about which Schütz comments in the letter above. For an English translation of the full introduction that Schütz had before him as he wrote to Voegelin, see CW, 33, The Drama of Humanity and Other Miscellaneous Papers, 1939–1985, ed. William Petropulos and Gilbert Weiss (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2004), 19–23. For the English translation of the full text of Die Politischen Religionen 1939, including the expurgated introduction, see CW, 5, Modernity without Restraint: The Political Religions; The New Science of Politics; and Science, Politics, and Gnosticism, ed.
Which mars a number of the pages of the Ideas. Nor does he perspire over “philosophical existence” more than two or three times. Despite the essay’s dry language, it lives in an Olympian atmosphere of the purest philosophical enthusiasm. The command of the material is masterly; the presentation of the problem of Galileo’s worldview and the coverings over [Verdeckungen] that led to physicalism are made superbly clear; nor has the problem of transcendental subjectivity as the theme of philosophy since Descartes ever been made so clear to me as it has been here.
A Friendship That Lasted a Lifetime: The Correspondence Between Alfred Schütz and Eric Voegelin by Gerhard Wagner, Gilbert Weiss (Eds.)