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Additional resources for A Friendship That Lasted a Lifetime: The Correspondence Between Alfred Schütz and Eric Voegelin
With love and best wishes you to and your wife, and especially with heartfelt wishes for your work. Yours, Schütz The Letters 27 1. Voegelin, “Some Problems of German Hegemony,” Journal of Politics 3 (1941): 154– 68. Also in CW, 10, Published Essays, 1940–1952, ed. Ellis Sandoz (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2000), 62–75. 2. The phrase “along lines now beyond our wildest imaginations” was written by Schütz in English. 3. On this correspondence between Voegelin and Maximilian Mintz, see Thomas A.
This letter has not been found. 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.
Yours, Schütz 16 Friendship That Lasted a Lifetime 1. Elisabeth de Waal, nee von Ephrussi (1899–2001). 2. Thomas Mann wrote to Voegelin on December 18, 1938, to thank him for the gift of Die Politischen Religionen (Vienna: Bermann-Fischer Verlag, 1938). While praising the work for its compact presentation of an important aspect of our “precarious and dangerous epoch,” Mann thought that Voegelin had been so “objective” that his position might be misunderstood as speaking for the National Socialism that he was criticizing.