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Several academic journals have devoted special issues or special sections of an issue to one or another aspect of Michael Polanyi's thought. The list below identifies some of these journals and the authors and article titles included in the special issue or special section. Anyone who has access to interlibrary loan service should be able to retrieve any article of interest with the information provided. Scholars and students who do not have access to interlibrary loan service and wish to acquire materials (for non-commercial use) are invited to direct inquiries to email@example.com.
The Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology, Vol.8, no.3, 1977
John Brennan, "Polanyi's Transcendence of the Distinction between Objectivity and Subjectivity as Applied to the Philosophy of Science," 141-152.
R. J. Brownhill, "Freedom and Authority: The Political Philosophy of Michael Polanyi," 143-163.
Marjorie Grene, "Tacit Knowing: Grounds for a Revolution in Philosophy," 164-171.
Rom Harre, "The Structure of Tacit Knowledge," 172-177.
Harry Prosch, "Biology and Behaviorism in Polanyi," 178-191.
William T. Scott, "Commitment: A Polanyian View," 192-206.
Pretext, Vol.2, nos.1-2, 1981
Sam Watson, "Breakfast in the Tacit Tradition," 9-32.
James A. Reither, "Some Ideas of Michael Polanyi and Some Implications for Teaching Writing," 33-44.
Diane Sautter, "Tacit and Explicit Tulips," 45-62.
Rembert Herbert, "Into the Tacit Dimension: Reflections on Michael Polanyi's Personal Knowledge," 63-74.
Robin Hodgkin, "Making Sense and the Means for Doing So," 75-90.
William E. Coding, "Polanyi and Peak: A Short Semantic Symphony," 91-114.
Robert L. Scott, " The Tacit Dimension and Rhetoric: What It Means To Be Persuading and Persuaded," 115-126.
James L. Wiser, "Michael Polanyi and the Problem of Toleration," 127-136.
Loyal D. Rue, "Reconstructing the Conditions for Cultural Coherence," 137-150.
Dale W. Cannon, "The 'Primitive'/'Civilized' Opposition and the Modern Notions of Objectivity: A Linkage," 151-172.
William H. Poteat, "Further Polanyian Meditations," 173-187.
Harry Prosch, "Polanyi and Rhetoric," 189-196.
Zygon, Vol. 17, no.1, 1982
Phil Mullins, "The Spectrum of Meaning-Polanyian Perspectives on Science and Religion," 3-8.
Ronald L. Hall, "Michael Polanyi on Art and Religion: Some Critical Reflections on Meaning," 9-18.
Bruce Haddox, "Questioning Polanyi's Meaning: A Response to Ronald Hall," 19-24.
Richard Gelwick, "Science and Reality, Religion and God: A Reply to Harry Prosch," 25-40.
Harry Prosch, "Polanyi's View of Religion in Personal Knowledge: A Response to Richard Gelwick," 41-48.
John V. Apczynski, "Truth in Religion: A Polanyian Appraisal of Wolfhart Pannenberg's Theological Program," 49-73.
Durwood Foster, "Pannenbergs Polanyianism: A Response to John V. Apczynski," 74-82.
William T. Scott, "The Question of a Religious Reality: Commentary on the Polanyi Papers," 83-87.
The Personalist Forum, Vol. 9, no.2, 1993
David Rutledge, "Introduction," 63-6.
Ronald Hall, "Critical and Postcritical Objectivity," 67-80.
Walter Gulick, "An Unlikely Synthesis: What Kant Can Contribute to a Polanyian Theory of Selfhood," 81-108.
Phil Mullins, "Narrative, Interpretation, and Persuasion: Polanyian Notes on Selfhood," 109-132.
James W. Stines, "W. H. Poteat, A Philosophical Daybook: Post-Critical Investigations," 133-37.
Richard Gelwick, "Robert M. Pirsig, Lila. An Inquiry into Morals," 138-41.
James C. Edwards, "Ronald L. Hall, Word and Spirit: A Kierkegaardian Critique of the Modern Age," 142-46.
Zygon, Vol. 40, no.1, 2005
Richard Gelwick, "Michael Polanyi's Daring Epistemology and the Hunger for Teleology," 63-77.
John V. Apczynski, "The Discovery of Meaning through Scientific and Religious Forms of Indwelling," 77-88.
Walter B. Gulick, "Polanyi on Teleology: A Response to John Apczynski and Richard Gelwick," 89-96.
The Political Science Reviewer: A Symposium on Michael Polanyi, Vol.37, 2008
Walter B. Mead, "Michael Polanyi (1891-1976): Introduction to an Unfinished Revolution," 1-12.
Walter Gulick, "Michael and Karl Polanyi: Conflict and Convergence," 13-43.
Mark T. Mitchell, "The Origins and Implications of Polanyi’s Political Economy," 44-67.
Dale Cannon, "Beyond Post-Modernism via Polanyi’s Post-Critical Philosophy," 68-95.
D. M. Yeager, "'The Deliberate Holding of Unproven Beliefs': Judgment Post-Critically Considered," 96-121.
Paul Lewis, "Practical Reasoning as Personal Knowing: Pedagogical Implications of Polanyi’s Insights into the Development of the Moral Self," 122-138.
Tony Clark, "Polanyi on Epistemology, Worship, and Theology," 139-157.
Phil Mullins, "On Reading Polanyi and Reading about Polanyi’s Philosophical Perspective: Notes on Secondary Sources," 158-240.
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, Vol.33, no.3, 2011
Walter B. Mead, "A Symposium on the Relevance of Michael Polanyi's Insights to a Reformulated Understanding of Science,Technology, and Society," 155-159.
Murray Jardine, "Sight, Sound, and Knowledge: Michael Polanyi's Epistemology as an Attempt to Redress the Sensory Imbalance in Modern Western Thought," 160-171.
Struan Jacobs, "C. P. Snow's The Two Cultures: Michael Polanyi's Response and Context," 172-178.
Charles Lowney, "Rethinking the Machine Metaphor Since Descartes: On the Irreducibility of Bodies, Minds, and Meanings," 179-192.
Terence Kennedy, "From Paradigms to Paideia: Thomas S. Kuhn and Michael Polanyi in Conversation," 193-199.
Richard Henry Schmitt, "Models, Their Application, and Scientific Anticipation: Ludwig Boltzmann's Work as Tacit Knowing," 200-205.
Mark T. Mitchell, "Polanyi and the Role of Tradition in Scientific Inquiry," 206-211.
Maben Walter Poirier, "Michael Polanyi and the Social Sciences," 212-224.
Robert Doede, "Technologies and Species Transitions: Polanyi, on a Path to Posthumanity?" 225-235.
James Clement van Pelt, "Toward a Polanyian Critique of Technology: Attending From the Indwelling of Tools to the Course of Technological Civilization," 236-246.
Perspectives on Political Science: Symposium on the Political Thought of Michael Polanyi, Vol.42, no.3, 2013
Phil Mullins, "Michael Polanyi's Thought and Political Philosophy: An Introduction," 152-153.
Jon Fennell, "On Authority and Political Destination: Michael Polanyi and the Threshold of Postmodernism," 154-161.
Phil Mullins, "Michael Polanyi's Early Liberal Vision: Society as a Network of Dynamic Orders Reliant on Public Liberty," 162-171.
Walter B. Mead, "Michael Polanyi's Social/Political Order: Design for a Society of Explorers," 172-177.
Murray Jardine, "Michael Polanyi's Response to the Crisis of Modernity and Its Relation to Recent Developments in Theology," 178-187.
Quaestiones Disputatae: Michael Polanyi's Social and Political Philosophy and the Future of Liberalism, Vol.11, no.1, Spring 2022 [All issues of QD are online here].
Charles Lowney, "Editor’s Introduction," 3-16.
Struan Jacobs, "Polanyi’s New Liberalism and the Question of Democracy," 69-95.
Richard W. Moodey, "Confronting or Denying the Minotaur: 'Moral Inversion' Today," 170-185.
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