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    Convivial Craft-Work and the Fiduciary Program.Richard W. Moodey - 2018 - Tradition and Discovery 44 (2):24-31.
    Matthew Crawford compares his program of convivial craft-work to Polanyi’s fiduciary program. He argues that both are good ways of grappling with reality, and that both can help persons to focus their attention in an age of distraction. Crawford criticizes the Enlightenment philosophers for an overemphasis on the representations of things at the expense of grappling with the real things. He argues that attention is a scarce resource, analogous to water. He sometimes uses language that can be interpreted as expressing (...)
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    Reply to Comments of Grosby, Mullins, and Turner on Polanyi, Shils, and Tradition.Richard W. Moodey - 2012 - Tradition and Discovery 39 (3):52-53.
    This is a brief response to selected points made by the commentators on my essay.
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    “Visual Presentations of Social Matters” and Later Changes in Polanyi’s Social Theory.Richard W. Moodey - 2014 - Tradition and Discovery 41 (2):25-34.
    In a 1936 lecture, Polanyi claimed too much for the efficacy of visual presentations of relations among economic things. His 1945 book, Full Employment and Free Trade was the last of his major publications in which he used many diagrams to illustrate his points. In that book, he stated his objective of trying to popularize the economic theory of John Maynard Keynes. But after 1945, he seems to have stopped trying to help people understand Keynesian theory, and in Personal Knowledge, (...)
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