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Science, politics, and gnosticism

two essays

by Eric Voegelin

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Published by Regnery Pub. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Political science.,
  • Gnosticism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementEric Voegelin.
    ContributionsVoegelin, Eric, 1901-
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJC233 .V6413 1997
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL667756M
    ISBN 100895264196
    LC Control Number97013501

      The first essay, "Science, politics, and gnosticism," was first published in German in as Wissenschaft, Politik und Gnosis by Kösel-Verlag, Munich ; the second essay, "Ersatz religion," first appeared in German in Work und Wahrheit and in English in PoliteiaPages: Science, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century. In these essays, Voegelin contends that certain modern movements, including positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism, and the "God is dead" school, are variants of the gnostic tradition he identified in his classic work The /5(15).

    (). Eric Voegelin, Science, Politics, and Gnosticism. Political Theology: Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. Cited by: 1. Science Politics & Gnosticism by Eric Voegelin starting at $ Science Politics & Gnosticism has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace5/5(1).

    In both The New Science of Politics and Science, Politics and Gnosticism, Voegelin conceived of gnosticism as the belief, which takes many forms, that it is possible to eliminate evil from the world and to establish a state of earthly bliss by, in effect, re-creating man. Description. First published in , Science, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (–85), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century. In these essays, Voegelin contends that certain modern movements, including positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism, and the “God is dead” school, are variants of the gnostic.


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Science, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century. In these essays, Voegelin contends that certain modern movements, including positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism, and the "God is dead" school, are variants of the gnostic /5(11).

Science, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century.

In these essays, Voegelin contends that certain modern movements, including positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism, and the "God is dead" school, are variants of the gnostic tradition he identified in his classic work The /5(19).

Eric Voegelins Science, Politics and Gnosticism was a bit like encountering a memory stick; I havent read the theorists he analyzes for many years. Fortunately, he quotes generously to make his points, so I wasnt reliant on my memory alone.

Voegelin would have been a great help to me in my youth/5. First published inScience, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (–85), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century.

In these essays, Voegelin contends that certain modern movements, including positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism, and the "God is dead" school, are variants of the gnostic tradition he. Science, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century.

In these essays, Voegelin contends that certain modern movements, including positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism, and the "God is dead" school, are variants of the gnostic.

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Eric Voegelin, one of today's leading political theorists and author of the contemporary classic The New Science of Politics, here contends that certain modern movements, including Positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism and the "God is Dead" movement, are variants of the Gnostic tradition of antiquity.

He attempts to resolve the intellectual confusion that has resulted from the dominance of gnostic. "Science, Politics, and Gnosticism" is a perfect hors d'oeuvre of a book, and serves well not as a systematic introduction to the full scope of his vision but as a tasty morsel of his maturing thought at a crucial point in his oeuvre.

Voegelin's incisive critique of ideological thinking in this book is lucid and mercifully :   "Science, Politics, and Gnosticism" is a perfect hors d'oeuvre of a book, and serves well not as a systematic introduction to the full scope of his vision but as a tasty morsel of his maturing thought at a crucial point in his oeuvre.

Voegelin's incisive critique of ideological thinking in this book is lucid and mercifully accessible/5(5). Science, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century. In these essays, Voegelin contends that certain modern movements, including positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism, and the "God is dead" school, are variants of the gnostic tradition he identified in his classic work The Pages:   The majority of The New Science of Politics is dedicated to Voegelin’s assertion that gnosticism constitutes the “essence of modernity.” While space precludes a full discussion of gnosticism, it is important to note how it relates to the study of politics.

Generally speaking, modern gnosticism can be characterized by the desire to. When Voegelin first applied the term, there was a relatively narrow context in which the term was understood and applied, and which Voegelin explains in Science, Politics and Gnosticism.

But what was known about ancient Gnosticism in the ’s and ’s was changed dramatically in the ’s and ’s. Voegelin's "Science, Politics and Gnosticism" (SPG) was his first lecture at the University of Munich in (published by Regnery ten years later). In this lecture, in which two essays are extracted, we are treated to the interesting nub of his thoughts as these apply to the conservative critique of the Left.

Science, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century. In these essays, Voegelin contends that certain modern movements, including positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism, and the "God is dead" school, are variants of the gnostic /5(15).

"Thirty-five years ago few could have predicted that The New Science of Politics would be a best-seller by political theory standards.

Compressed within the Draconian economy of the six Walgreen lectures is a complete theory of man, society, and history, presented at the most profound and intellectual level Voegelin’s [work] stands out in bold relief from much of what has passed under.

Published together for the first time in one volume are Eric Voegelin's Political Religions, The New Science of Politics, and Science, Politics, and cal Religions was first published in in Vienna, the year of Voegelin's forced emigration from Austria to the United New Science of Politics was written in and established Voegelin's/5.

I read this book first, and then read Modernity Without Restraint: The Political Religions, The New Science of Politics, and Science, Politics, and Gnosticism (Collected Works of Eric Voegelin, Volume 5), which includes this book along with two others related to modern gnosticism.5/5(5).

Science, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century. In these essays, Voegelin contends that certain modern movements, including positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism, and the "God is dead" school, are variants of the gnostic tradition he identified in his classic work The.

Science, Politics and Gnosticism: Two Essays: Eric Voegelin: Books - 5/5(1). Science, Politics and Gnosticism: Two Essays available in Paperback. Read an excerpt of this book. Add to Wishlist. ISBN from the dominance of gnostic thought by clarifying the distinction between political gnosticism and the philosophy of politics.

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In these essays, Voegelin contends that certain modern movements, including positivism, Hegelianism, Marxism, and the "God is dead" school, are variants of the gnostic /5(16).Science, Politics and Gnosticism comprises two essays by Eric Voegelin (), arguably one of the most provocative and influential political philosophers of the last century.

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