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Along with the special problem component of transcendental subjectivity, Husserl’s radicalism has a messianic component in which the final establishment, with its apodicticity in the realm of the social and historical, turns into the establishment of an apocalyptic philosophical sect. In order to elucidate the peculiar structure of Husserl’s metaphysics I often had to point to parallel phenomena in the sphere of politics. But, naturally, beyond the structural relationship, Husserl’s metaphysics of history has no more to do with National Socialism or Communism than that of, let us say, Joachim of Flora, whose phasing proceeds along the same lines.
Nevertheless, I sincerely hope the text will not be published. It doesn’t help anybody, and you will only do yourself a great deal of harm. For me personally it was invigorating to read these pages; but such things can only be said among friends. Once they are brought before the public, they lose their effect completely; indeed, they are turned against the author himself. Although I know you have never feared such things, I am nevertheless sure that in the event that you do decide to publish them, they will bring you only trouble and disappointment.
But I am again preparing a few potent things which, sooner or later, will bring me back to the East for a few days—and not at my own expense. But at this very moment I keenly feel the pain of not being able to communicate with you face-to-face. 2 I have just finished reading it and would very much like to discuss it with you. Let me at least make a few comments in a letter. You may not have time to respond in detail; but perhaps it would be possible for you to correct me, should it turn out that I have misunderstood Husserl.
A Friendship That Lasted a Lifetime: The Correspondence Between Alfred Schütz and Eric Voegelin by Gerhard Wagner, Gilbert Weiss (Eds.)