The Polanyi - Kuhn Issue

Tradition and Discovery 33 (2):56-65 (2006)
This brief sketch affirms my agreement with Martin Moleski’s essay (“Polanyi vs. Kuhn: Worldviews Apart”) on the relationship of Polanyi to Kuhn. In this piece, I raise issues that revolve around the relationship of Polanyi to Kuhn in the field of the social sciences, and more especially in the field of politics
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DOI 10.5840/traddisc2006/200733225
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