Tradition and Discovery 42 (3):18-24 (2016)

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“On Popular Education in Economics,” an unpublished lecture that Michael Polanyi delivered in late February of 1937 to the Manchester Political Society, succinctly presents Polanyi’s understanding of recent political and economic history, including the rise of communist and fascist governments. Polanyi argues that new economic ideas need to be better understood by the intelligent layman and that economics education on a wide scale can address the social and political problems of the modern world.
Keywords Major Philosophers  Philosophy and Religion
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DOI 10.5840/traddisc201642319
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