Voegelin, Eric

Voegelin, Eric (Herman Wilhelm)

(1901–85) political philosopher; born in Cologne, Germany. After studying and teaching law in Europe, he emigrated to the U.S.A. to escape Nazism, teaching at Louisiana State University (1942–58) and elsewhere in the U.S.A.; he was naturalized in 1944. He taught at the University of Munich (1958–69) before becoming a senior research fellow at the Hoover Institution in Stanford, Calif. He sought to develop a comprehensive philosophy of history and society, notably in his masterwork Order and History, published starting in 1956.
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Voegelin, Eric (2014), Las religiones politicas, Madrid, Trotta.
Voegelin, Eric (2006), La nueva ciencia de la politica.
Voegelin, Eric (2003), "Grandeur de Max Weber", en Hitler et les allemands, Paris, Seuil, pp.
Voegelin, Eric (2002a), "Acerca de Los origenes del totalitarismo", Claves de la Razon Practica, num.
Voegelin, Eric (2002b), "Observacion conclusiva", Claves de la Razon Practica, num.
Voegelin, Eric (1993), "Seleccion de escritos filosofico politicos", Estudios Publicos, num.
Voegelin, Eric (1988), "La dotrina della costituzione di Carl Schmitt.
Voegelin, Eric (1966), Los movimientos de masas gnosticos como sucedaneos de la religion, Madrid, Rialp.
Voegelin, Eric (1974), Order and History, Louisiana, Louisiana State University.