Stephania Jha's Integrative Interpretation of Polanyi

Tradition and Discovery 25 (1):21-24 (1998)
This review essay discusses Stephania Jha’s account of Polanyi’s thought in her dissertation, Michael Polanyi’s Integrative Philosophy (Harvard University, Gutman Education Library: Thesis J47, 1995); I criticize her understanding and use of Polanyi’s notion of “from-at” integrations
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DOI 10.5840/traddisc1998/19992517
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