the "order of being," on whicli 'ocgi.'lin places the wliolenweight of his speculation, could be lost and found again, andntherefore we do not continually approach it.nThis is the Voegelinian dilemma, a source of ambiguity innhis thinking that is visible in The Ecumenic Age. Voegelinnspeaks there of Paul's . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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