Tradition & Discovery

The Polanyi Society Periodical

Volume XIII               Number 2            1985-1986

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Guidelines for Submissions for Publication--2

News and Notes--3

Kent State University Conference on Polanyi and Education

The Uses and Schooling in Professional Life

H.S. Broudy--4

The Problematic of the Humanities: Clues and Cues from Michael Polanyi

Maxine Greene--9

Review of Drusilla Scott's Everyman Revived: The Common Sense of Michael Polanyi--20

Harry Prosch

Letter to The New York Times

Richard Gelwick--23

CONVIVIUM Section (British Polyanyi Periodical)

Personal Knowledge and Sex Education--24

Drusilla Scott

Rorty and the Scope of Non-Justificatory Philosophy II--29

Richard Allen--

The Unspecifiable Element in Accounting--33

Richard Allen--

From Skills to Thought: A Consideration of "Fodor's First

Law of the Non-existence of Cognitive Science"--35

R. Hodgkin--

Michael Polanyi's Humor--37

Drusilla Scott--

More Moorman Humor--38

Jere Moorman

Membership and Subscription Form--39