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3) The relationship between the systematic task of the transcendental philosopher and the history of philosophy is summed up in the following words: “In our philosophizing [ . . ”11 And: “For we are what we are as functionaries of modern philosophical humanity; we are heirs and co-bearers of the direction of the will which pervades this humanity; we have become this through a primal establishment which is at once a reestablishment [Nachstiftung] and a modification of the Greek primal establishment.
3. Fritz Kaufmann, “The Phenomenological Approach to History,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 2 (1941): 159–72. 15. Voegelin to Schütz 903 Camelia Ave. Baton Rouge, La. September 17, 1943 Copy1 Dear Friend: Please accept our heartfelt thanks for the lovely evenings we were able to spend with you and your dear wife. Unfortunately the time we had together was so brief that we were unable to discuss many things that are of great interest to both of us. I find it appalling that there is such a distance between us.
Also in CP, 1:118–39. 2. Schütz, “Editor’s Preface to Edmund Husserl, ‘Notizen zur Raumkonstitution,’” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 1 (1940): 21–23. 3. Fritz Kaufmann, “Phenomenology and Logical Empiricism,” in Essays in Memory of Edmund Husserl, 124–42. 9. Schütz to Voegelin December 2, 1940 Dear Friend: Please accept my heartfelt thanks for your very kind letter of the 23rd. What you say about Husserl and the way he worked is all too true. One could reply that many authors work the same way.
A Friendship That Lasted a Lifetime: The Correspondence Between Alfred Schütz and Eric Voegelin by Gerhard Wagner, Gilbert Weiss (Eds.)