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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.
Or, to translate Husserl’s language into a more vulgar idiom: Husserl is a philosopher of progress in the best manner of the period in which the German Empire was founded; a period for which Nietzsche had a few choice words. Every philosophy of progress based on the assumption of a developing telos must solve the weighty problem of relevance that already Kant found deeply troubling. Kant’s metaphysics of history also encountered the problem of a reason that develops toward 36 Friendship That Lasted a Lifetime perfection in an infinite historical process.
He is also, what I didn’t know before, the author of the anonymously published war novel, Ginster, which also first appeared in the Frankfurter newspaper. He has written and made available to me what I consider to be an excellent study, of about 200 typewritten pages, on the techniques of political propaganda. Since he lives under very strained circumstances, and because his work appears to me to be very original, I would like to do what I can to help him have the manuscript published in America.