Monthly Archives: December 2012

Plato, Gnosticism, Husserl and Voegelin

This video is an excerpt from Voegelin in Toronto. The recording is poor, especially at the beginning. In the second part, Voegelin gives insights about his philosophy of consciousness and how it relates to his interpretation of Plato. Voegelin developed … Continue reading

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Remarks about “The Axial Age and its consequences”

Robert Bellah and Hans Joas have recently edited a volume entitled The Axial Age and Its Consequences. Originally the proceedings of a conference that took place in 2008 at the Max Weber Institute of the University of Erfurt, it provides … Continue reading

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