Alasdair MacIntyre’s Tradition-Constituted Enquiry in Polanyian Perspective

Tradition and Discovery 26 (2):6-20 (1999)

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Why should inhabitants of a postmodern world commit to a contingent tradition? This essay reviews Alasdair MacIntyre’s proposals for tradition constituted-enquiry and compares his account with Polanyi’s ideas focusing on tacit knowing.
Keywords Major Philosophers  Philosophy and Religion
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DOI traddisc1999/200026219
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