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    Concepts of Nature: Ancient and Modern.R. J. Snell & Steven F. McGuire (eds.) - 2016 - Lexington Books.
    This volume asks how and why the concept of nature has changed its meaning in modernity and whether a rearticulation of premodern ideas about nature is possible. Building on the work of Voegelin, Strauss, Lonergan, Finnis, and others, the book compares and contrasts classical, medieval, and modern conceptions of nature.
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    Subjectivity: Ancient and Modern.R. J. Snell & Steven F. McGuire (eds.) - 2016 - Lexington Books.
    Modern thought is sometimes presented as introducing a “turn to the subject” absent from ancient and medieval thought, although the schools of thought associated with Bernard Lonergan, Eric Voegelin, Leo Strauss, and the new natural law theory often find subjectivity already operative in the older forms. In this volume, sixteen leading scholars examine the turn to the subject in modern philosophy and consider its historical antecedents in ancient and medieval thought.
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    Eric Voegelin and the Continental Tradition: Explorations in Modern Political Thought.Lee Trepanier & Steven F. Mcguire (eds.) - 2011 - University of Missouri.
    Twentieth-century political philosopher Eric Voegelin is best known as a severe critic of modernity. Much of his work argues that modernity is a Gnostic revolt against the fundamental structure of reality. For Voegelin, “Gnosticism” is the belief that human beings can transform the nature of reality through secret knowledge and social action, and he considered it the crux of the crisis of modernity. As Voegelin struggled with this crisis throughout his career, he never wavered in his judgment that philosophers of (...)
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