Eric Voegelin’s Redemption of Modernity

By |2016-01-09T23:42:03-06:00January 10th, 2016|Categories: Eric Voegelin, History, Modernity, Philosophy|

Political theorists, like literary and social theorists, occupy a kind of twilight zone in relation to philosophy. Their disciplines are at once empirical and philosophical, an indeterminate status compared to the strictly autonomous unfolding of philosophy. Yet it is by virtue of this difference of perspective that they may have something to contribute to philosophy. [...]