Voegelin Recollected Conversations on a Life Eric Voegelin Institute Series in Political Philosophy Eric Voegelin Institute Series in Political Philosophy (E–pub New) Ô Barry Cooper
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and his genuine affection not only for his colleagues and best students but also for diligent secretaries his genuine affection not only for his colleagues and best students but also for diligent secretaries mpathetic nurses Through these recollections key lements of his personality repeatedly merge his intelligence optimism and integrity combined with an acute perception of the significance of his work This is the most revealing and comprehensive biographical work yet available on a man known to be captivating as a thinker and now shown to be ually fascinating as a human being His own publications attest to his mind and methods; Voegelin Recollected provides a deeper understanding of the man himself?.
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"Of Learning Chapter 3 As "Learning Chapter 3 as Six Books on Learning and Teaching He actually recomm. Although his to philosophy are revered and his writings have been collected Eric Voegelin’s persona will inevitably fade with the memories of those who knew him This book preserves the human lement of Voegelin by capturing those valuable personal recollections Barry Cooper and Jodi Bruhn conducted intensive interviews with Voegelin’s wife his closest friends and his first generation students many of whom have since passed on in order to bring to print All Roads Lead Home everything important about his life and personality American scholars willspecially appreciate the glimpses provided by Voegelin’s German colleagues into his life in Munich as well as the ,
Ended Conversations with Eric VoegelinRecommended by James Schall in Another Sort of Learning Intro to Part Three as one of Schall. Houghts of his students in Vienna Reflections of people such as Paul Caringella Bruno Schlesinger and Heinz Barazon capture Voegelin’s greatness and shortcomings alike and also shed "new light on his philosophical uest for truthBy descending progressively further into the past the book takes readers "light on his philosophical uest for truthBy descending progressively further into the past the book takes readers into the ssence of Voegelin as reminiscences become dramatic Ranging widely from America back to Germany with recollections of Gestapo intimidation and ventual migration the accounts interweave pisodes of pathos humor fear rivalry and ambition We witness Voegelin’s persistent and partly self imposed communication problems and impatience with administrative duties his respe. ,