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Tradition and Discovery: The Polanyi Society Periodical

Volume 20, Issue 1, 1993/1994

Elizabeth Newman
Pages 13-26

An Alternative Form of Theological Knowing

This essay seeks to incorporate Polanyi’s post-critical conception of knowing more fully into theology by emphasizing that all knowing is a personal activity rooted in a particular place. While deconstruction describes itself as post-critical, its assumption that all knowledge is a social “construct’ and/or an instrument of social coercion fails to account for the involvement of the person in all acts of knowing.

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