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  1. Michael Franz, Stephen A. McKnight, Michael P. Morrissey, William Petropulos, Geoffrey L. Price, John J. Ranieri & William M. Thompson (1998). The Politics of the Soul: Eric Voegelin on Religious Experience. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.
    The Politics of the Soul: Eric Voegelin on Religious Experience includes eight essays examining one of the most profound studies of religious experience to appear in the last century: that of the political philosopher Eric Voegelin. Voegelin is increasingly recognized as a political theorist of exceptional scope and erudition and the most important philosopher of his time since Toynbee, and his treatment of religious experience is a crucial part of his overall analysis of existence and history. This collection (...)
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    William M. Thompson (1992). Word & Spirit, Hermeneutics & Transcendental Method. Philosophy and Theology 7 (2):185-212.
    The viabiliry of Rahner’s “transcendental method” in the light of challenges posed by contemporary hermeneutics is explored through an analysis of what Rahner relatively early called “transcendental hermeneutics.” In tum, this is shown to be based upon Rahner’s understanding of how the trinitarian Word and Spirit interrelate.
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  3. David L. Morse & William M. Thompson (eds.) (1998). History of Political Ideas, Volume 4 : Renaissance and Reformation. University of Missouri.
    By closely examining the sources, movements, and persons of the Renaissance and the Reformation, Voegelin reveals the roots of today's political ideologies in this fourth volume of his _History of Political Ideas._ This insightful study lays the groundwork for Voegelin's critique of the modern period and is essential to an understanding of his later analysis. Voegelin identifies not one but two distinct beginnings of the movement toward modern political consciousness: the Renaissance and the Reformation. Historically, however, the powerful effects of (...)
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  4. William M. Thompson, David L. Morse & Eric Voegelin (2000). Voegelin's Israel and Revelation an Interdisciplinary Debate and Anthology. Monograph Collection (Matt - Pseudo).
     
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  5. David L. Morse, William M. Thompson & Eric Voegelin (eds.) (1998). History of Political Ideas, Volume 4 : Renaissance and Reformation. University of Missouri.
    By closely examining the sources, movements, and persons of the Renaissance and the Reformation, Voegelin reveals the roots of today's political ideologies in this fourth volume of his _History of Political Ideas._ This insightful study lays the groundwork for Voegelin's critique of the modern period and is essential to an understanding of his later analysis. Voegelin identifies not one but two distinct beginnings of the movement toward modern political consciousness: the Renaissance and the Reformation. Historically, however, the powerful effects of (...)
     
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