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The awards included the $450 “national prizes” and nine regional prizes of $300 each. A letter from Mary Fielder of the Institute for National Policy from June 3, 1941, points out that Voegelin and his three students, Jean Clabough, William Stewart, and Henry Toulmin, had won the first prize for region number 4, which included Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas, and Louisiana. The news made the local paper. See “University Committee Wins Essay Contest” in the Montgomery Advertiser, May 25, 1941 (HIA-EV B90 F01).
18 Thus, in Husserl’s history of reason we must distinguish two phases: the first extends from the Greek primal establishment, renewed by Descartes, up to Husserl’s final establishment; the second begins with Husserl as the apodictic continuation of his own apodictic final establishment. Let us recall that the entelechy in humanity was the “first breakthrough to what is essential to humanity as such,”19 so that Greece’s prehistory is a prehistory of true humanity. Thus, altogether, we have three phases, and Husserl’s philosophy of history appears to be a typical philosophy of three phases with an Old Testament (pre-Greek), New Testament (from the time of the Greek primal establishment), and Evangelium Aeternum (beginning with Husserl’s final establishment).
The collective soul above the individual souls can be understood as a world-transcending soul, as for example in Zeno, or the collective can be transferred into the world, as it is, for example, in the form of the entelechy of reason that guides humanity’s development towards perfection—an essential element in Kant’s philosophy of history. It may also appear in the form of a particular intramundane col- The Letters 35 lectivity like those we find in the collectivist speculations of Communism, National Socialism, and Fascism.
A Friendship That Lasted a Lifetime: The Correspondence Between Alfred Schütz and Eric Voegelin by Gerhard Wagner, Gilbert Weiss (Eds.)