The Polanyi-Tillich Dialogue Of 1963

Tradition and Discovery 22 (1):11-19 (1995)
Michael Polanyi found in the thought of Paul Tillich an ally for Polanyi’s program of showing the fiduciary component in all knowing including science. Polanyi saw, however, a danger in Tillich’s distinguishing science as preliminary concern and religion as ultimate concern. In a significant dialogue in 1963, Polanyi and Tillich met and addressed issues, agreeing that science and religion share a common epistemological structure
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DOI 10.5840/traddisc1995/199622132
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