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Since, in any case, we have to have the children emigrate within four months, and in view of the unstable political situation, we have decided to take the trip together. Therefore with my wife and children I will embark on July 14th aboard the Nieuw Amsterdam for the United States. Conditions permitting, I would like to return to Europe on September 1st. But I will leave my wife and children in the United States until the situation in Europe clears up. As much as I regret that we are so far apart, in Chicago I would have nothing else to do but to say hello to you.
The collective soul above the individual souls can be understood as a world-transcending soul, as for example in Zeno, or the collective can be transferred into the world, as it is, for example, in the form of the entelechy of reason that guides humanity’s development towards perfection—an essential element in Kant’s philosophy of history. It may also appear in the form of a particular intramundane col- The Letters 35 lectivity like those we find in the collectivist speculations of Communism, National Socialism, and Fascism.
But one might reply that it is merely an expression of the pardonable naïveté of a great systematic philosopher and does not affect his essential achievement, indeed that it perhaps shows a lack of taste to dwell explicitly on this point at all. I could advance the counterargument that a German philosopher after Hegel who does not know how to approach the problem of the historicity of the spirit any better than this, for that reason alone, is a philosopher of dubious value. But I will forgo this argument.