Voegelin's association with and recollection of these men provide fresh insight into their thought as well. Voegelin discusses their contributions to his own development and to the consciousness of the age.
In the course of these reminiscences there emerges a portrait of a man of wit, courage, affability, and principle.
©1989 Louisiana State University Press; (P)1992 Blackstone Audiobooks
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