Finding aid for the Bruno V. Manno collection on Michael Polanyi

Overview of Collection

Repository: University of Dayton. University Archives and Special Collections
Collector: Manno, Bruno V., S.M.
Title: Bruno V. Manno collection on Michael Polanyi
Dates: 1936-2009
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: This collection contains a variety of materials regarding 20th century philosopher Michael Polanyi, including articles, lectures, correspondence, and audio recordings. The items were accumulated by Bruno V. Manno, S.M., member of the UD Religious Studies Department.
Collection Code: SC 7
Language: English

Biography of Michael Polanyi and Bruno V. Manno, S.M.

Michael Polanyi was born in Budapest, Hungary, in 1891. In 1913, he received his medical degree from the University of Budapest, where he also received his Ph.D. in 1917. He worked as a chemist in Germany from 1920 to 1933. When the Nazis came to power, Polanyi, who was Jewish, moved to Great Britain. He was chair of the Physical Chemistry Department at the University of Manchester from 1933 to 1948 and professor of social science from 1948 to 1958. In 1958 he became a senior research fellow at Merton College, Oxford, were he remained until his death in 1976.

Bruno V. Manno, S.M., is a UD alumnus and former faculty member . He received both a B.A. in philosophy (1970) and an M.A. in theological studies (1972) from the University of Dayton. Manno earned his Ph.D. in interdisciplinary studies from Boston College in 1975. A copy of his dissertation, "The Person of Meaning: A Study in the Post-Critical Thought of Michael Polanyi," is included in the collection.

Manno was a faculty member in the Department of Religious Studies at UD from 1977 to 1980. He also worked at the National Catholic Association in Washington D.C., the United States Department of Education, and the Hudson Institute. He most recently worked at the Annie E. Casey Foundation in Baltimore, Maryland, and served as a trustee of the Thomas B. Fordham Foundation. Manno has written a number of articles and book reviews and has co-authored two books. His specialties include charter schools, Catholic schools, parochial schools, school vouchers, and federal education programs.

Scope and Content

The Bruno V. Manno collection on Michael Polanyi consists mainly of articles written by and about 20th century philosopher and scientist Michael Polanyi, as well as some of his lectures. Also included in the collection are materials pertaining to symposia, conferences, and workshops about Polanyi. The collection includes documents and newsletters pertaining to the Consortium for Higher Education and Religious Studies (CHER), the Polanyi Society of Explorers, Convivium, and the Polanyi Society. The collection also contains miscellaneous notes and papers of Bruno V. Manno, S.M. The collection spans 1936-2007.

Search Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in the University of Dayton Libraries Catalog. Researchers may use these headings to search the catalog for resources on related topics, persons, or places.

Personal Names

Manno, Bruno V., S.M.
Polanyi, Michael, 1891-1976

Corporate Names

Polanyi Society

Subjects

Education
Philosophy

Administrative Information

Access to Materials

This collection is open and available to the public for research. The materials are non-circulating.

Copyright

The materials in this collection may be protected by copyright law (Title 17, U.S. Code). The materials are available for personal, educational, and scholarly use. It is the responsibility of the researcher to locate and obtain permission from the copyright owner or his or her heirs for any other use, such as reproduction and publication.

Acquisition Information

Bruno V. Manno is believed to have donated this collection, since many items in the collection bear Manno's ownership stamp or signature or were addressed to him.

Accruals

Additional issues of Tradition and Discovery: The Polanyi Society Periodical are added as they are published.

Preferred Citation

Bruno V. Manno Collection on Michael Polanyi, 1936-2009. University Archives and Special Collections, University of Dayton Libraries, Dayton, Ohio.

Box and Folder Listing

Series 1: Works by Polanyi, 1936-1970
This series contains several works by Polanyi, including lectures at Duke University and the University of Texas; the Meaning project at the University of Chicago; his book, The Contempt of Freedom; more than 40 articles; a bibliography; and correspondence.
Box Folder
Bibliography on Michael Polanyi, undated 1 1
Duke lectures by Michael Polanyi, February 1964-March 1964 1 2
University of Texas at Austin lectures, No. 1-3, 1970-1971 1 3
University of Texas at Austin lectures, No. 4-5, 1971 1 4
Meaning: A Project, University of Chicago, 1969 1 5-6
Polanyi, Michael. The Contempt of Freedom: The Russian Experiment and After. London: Watts and Co., 1940 1 7
Polanyi lectures: "A Society of Explorers" and "The Structure of Tacit Knowing", undated 1 8
Correspondence: Michael Polanyi and Jerry Gill, 1969 1 9
Writings and interviews, 1947-1971 (15 items) 1 10
Polanyi, Michael. "This Age of Discovery." The Twentieth Century, Vol. CLIX, No. 949, 1956
Hall, Mary Harrington. "A Conversation with Michal Polanyi." Psychology Today, pp.20-25, 66-67, May 1968
"Conversation with Michael Polanyi." University of Dayton, 19 April 1969
Polanyi, Michael. "Points from a Conversation with Paul Tillich on February 21, 1963", 21 February 1963
Polanyi, Michael. "The Creative Imagination." Tri-Quarterly, 1966
Polanyi, Michael. "The Determinants of Social Interaction." in Roads to Freedom: Essays in Honour of Friedrich A. von Hayek, eds. Streissler, Haberler, Lutz, Machlup. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, undated
Polanyi, Michael. "The Foolishness of History: November, 1917-November 1957." Encounter (London), Vol. IX, pp. 33-37, 1957
Polanyi, Michael. "The Foundations of Freedom in Science" in Physical Science and Human Values, ed. Eugene Wigner. New York: Geenwood Press, pp. 124-143, 1947
Polanyi, Michael. "From Copernicus to Einstein", undated
Polanyi, Michael. "Genius in Science." Archives de Philosophie, Vol. 34 (Oct-Dec 1971), pp. 593-607 (reprint), 1971
Polanyi, Michael. "The Growth of Science in Society." Minerva, Vol. 5, No. 4 (Summer 1967), pp. 533-545, 1967
Polanyi, Michael. "History and Hope: An Analysis of Our Age." The Virginia Quarterly Review, Vol. 38, No. 2 (Spring 1962) pp. 177-195, 1962
Polanyi, Michael. Brief address in The Christian Scholar, pp. 57-58, circa 1960
Polanyi, Michael. "Life's Irreducible Structure." Draft accepted for publication by Science, undated
Polanyi, Michael. "Life Transcending Physics and Chemistry." Chemical and Engineering News, pp.54-66, 21 August 1967
Writings, 1952-1957 (17 items) 1 11
Polanyi, Michael. "Logic and Psychology." American Psychologist, pp. 27-43, undated
Polanyi, Michael. "The Feelings of Machines." Encounter, Vol. XXII, pp. 85-86, January 1964
Polanyi, Michael. "The Hypothesis of Cybernetics." British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. II, pp. 312-315, February 1952
Polanyi, Michael. "The Message of the Hungarian Revolution." The American Scholar, Vol. 35, No. 4 (Autumn 1966), pp. 661-676, 1966
Polanyi, Michael. "On Body and Mind." The New Scholasticism, Vol. XLIII, No. 2 (Spring 1969), pp. 195-204 (reprint), 1969
Polanyi, Michael. "Clues to an Understanding of Mind and Body" in The Scientist Speculates by I. J. Good. New York: Busie Books, pp. 71-78, 1962
Polanyi, Michael. Notes about "Mind and Body", 1962
Polanyi, Michael. "On Liberalism and Liberty." Encounter (London), Vol. IV, pp. 29-34, 1955
Polanyi, Michael. "On the Modern Mind." Encounter, Vol. XXIV, No. 5, pp. 12-20, May 1965
"A Postscript" in History and Hope, ed. K. A. Jelenski. New York: Frederich A. Praeger, pp. 185-197, 1962
Foreword to "Reflection on Viewing a Painting" in Optics, Painting, and Photography by M. H. Pirenne. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. xv-xix, 1970
Polanyi, Michael. "Science and Man." Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine, Vol. 63, pp. 969-976 (reprint), September 1970
Polanyi, Michael. "Science and Man's Place in the Universe." Draft accepted for publication in Science as a Cultural Force, ed. Harry Woolf. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, pp. 54-76, 1964
Polanyi, Michael. "Science and Reality." British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, Vol. 18, pp. 177-196 (reprint), 1967
Polanyi, Michael. "Science and Religion: Separate Dimensions or Common Ground?" Philosophy Today, Vol. VII (Spring 1963) pp. 4-14, 1963
Polanyi, Michael. "Science, Tacit and Explicit." Notes for a paper to be presented at the International Congress for the Philosophy of Science in Jerusalem, August 1964
Polanyi, Michael. "Scientific Outlook: Its Sickness and Cure." Science, Vol. 125, pp. 480-484, March 1957
Writings and interviews, 1937-1970 (11 items) 2 1
Polanyi, Michael. "Sense-Giving and Sense-Reading." Philosophy: The Journal of the Royal Institute of Philosophy, Vol. XLII, No. 62, pp. 301-325, October 1967
Polanyi, Michael. "The Society of Explorers." Encounter (reprint), 1967
Polanyi, Michael. "The Structure of Consciousness" in The Anatomy of Knowledge, ed. Marjorie Grene. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, pp. 315-328 (reprint), 1969
Polanyi, Michael. "Do Life Processes Transcend Physics and Chemistry?" ZYGON: Journal of Religion and Science, Vol. 3 No. 4, pp. 442-472 (Symposium) Reprint, December 1968
Polanyi, Michael. "Tacit Knowing: Its Bearing on Some Problems of Philosophy, 1962" in Knowing and Being [editor and publisher not noted] pp. 159-179 (incomplete), circa 1962
Polanyi, Michael. "Transcendence and Self-Transcendence." Soundings, Vol. 53, No. 1 (Spring 1970), pp. 88-94 (reprint), 1970
[Author unknown] "The Value of the Inexact." Letter to the Editor,Philosophy of Science, Vol. 3, pp. 233-234, April 1936
Polanyi, Michael. "Why Did We Destroy Europe?" Studium Generale, Vol. 23, pp. 909-916 (reprint), 1970
Polanyi, Michael. "What is a Painting?" The American Scholar, Vol. 39, No. 4 (Autumn 1970) pp. 655-669 (reprint), 1970
Interview of Polanyi by Raymond E. Wilkin, Department of Secondary and Continuing Education, University of Illinois (Urbana), 1965
Polanyi, Michael. Discussion on Formal Philosophy with Raymond Wilkin, undated
Series 2: Works by others, 1964-1976
This series contains a number of works by other authors. It includes more than 50 articles, many of which focus on the life and works of Michael Polanyi. Most of the articles are arranged alphabetically by author's last name. However, there are separate folders for works by Richard Gelwick, Sigmund Koch, Harry Prosch, and William Scott. There is also a copy of John Apczynski's dissertation, "Doers of the World: Toward a Foundational Theology Based on the Thought of Michael Polanyi." The series also includes book reviews.
Box Folder
Authors A-M, 1964-1976 (28 items) 2 2
Adams, Doug. "Meaning with the Arts: The Implications of Polanyi's Epistemology for Aesthetics", undated
Apczynski, John W. "Theology as Understanding", undated
Buckley, Walter. "A Systems Approach to Epistemology", undated
Breytspraak, W. A. "Tacit Components of Social Inquiry: Reflections on Garfinkel, Polanyi and Typologizing" Soundings (Fall 1972), pp. 312-334 (reprint), 1972
Brunner, Jerome S. "Art as a Mode of Knowing" in On Knowing: Essays for the Left Hand. New York: Atheneum, pp. 59-74, 1968
Dobzhansky, Theodosius. "Biology, Molecular and Organismic." The Graduate Journal, pp. 11-26, December 1965
Davis, Harold L. "Objectivity in Science: A Dangerous Illusion?" Scientific Research, pp. 24-26, 28 April 1969
Eliade, Mircea. Articles from Myth and Reality. London: George Allen and Unwin Ltd., pp. 144-147, 186-193, 1964
Eliade, Mircea. "Meanings of the coincidentia oppositorum" in The Two and the One. London: Harvill Press, pp. 122-123, 1965
Gelwick, Richard L. "Michael Polanyi: Modern Reformer." Religion in Life (Spring 1965), n.p. (reprint), 1965
Gill, Jerry H. "The Case for Tacit Knowledge." Southern Journal of Philosophy (Spring 1971) pp. 49-59 (offprint), 1971
Gill, Jerry H. "On 'I'." Mind: A Quarterly Review of Psychology and Philosophy, Vol. LXXIX, N.S., No. 314, pp. 229-240 (offprint), April 1970
Gill, Jerry H. "Reasons of the Heart: A Polanyian Reflection", undated
Griffin, David. "The Process of Theology of Norman Pittenger: A Review Article." Process Studies: Critical Studies and Reviews, pp. 136-153 (offprint), undated
High, Dallas M. "The Morality of Speaking." Lexington Theological Quarterly, pp. 64-75 (offprint), July 1970
Includes a signed letter from Dallas M. High to Bruno Manno.
Holton, Gerald. "Einstein and the 'Crucial' Experiment." American Journal of Physics, Vol. 37, No. 10, pp. 968-982, October 1969
Includes photocopies from an issue of Time magazine with a brief article referring to Holton's writing on Einstein ("The Origin of Relativity." Time, 26 Jan. 1970, p. 45).
Holton, Gerald. "The Humanistic Basis of Scientific Work." Change, Vol. 7, No. 6 (Summer 1975) pp. 24-29, 1975
Jelenski, K. A. "The European Revival." Survey, pp. 89-100, January 1966
Koch, Sigmund. "The Allures of Meaning in Modern Psychology." in Science and Human Affairs, ed. R. Farson. Palo Alto, CA: Science and Behavior Books, pp. 55-82, 1965
Koch, Sigmund. "Psychology Cannot Be A Coherent Science." Psychology Today, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 14, 64-68, September 1969
Lad, Frank, S.M. "Some Remarks on Knowing and Being", undated
Kroger, Joseph. "Theology and Notions of Reason and Science: A Note on a Point of Comparison in Lonergan and Polanyi." Journal of Religion, Vol. 56, No. 2, pp. 157-161, April 1976
Kroger, Joseph. "The Foundations of Religious Knowledge: A Polanyi Critique." Dissertation proposal, McMaster University, March 1972
Kroger, Joseph. "Language, Community and the Task of Theology, or The Quest for 'Inter-Personal' Knowledge of God", August 1971
Kroger, Joseph. Letter to Bruno Manno, 9 April 1972
Manno, Bruno V. "Michael Polanyi on the Problem of Science and Religion." Zygon, Vol. 9, No. 1, pp. 44-56, March 1974
McCool, Gerald A. "The Primacy of Intuition", undated
McMullin, Ernan. "Medieval and Modern Science: Continuity or Discontinuity?" International Philosophical Quarterly, Vol. IV, pp. 103-129, 1965
Authors P-W, 1964-1976 (24 items) 2 3
Pattee, H. H. "The Problem of Biological Hierarchy" in Towards a Theoretical Biology, ed. C. H. Waddington. Edinburgh University Press, pp. 117-135, 1968
Polanyi, J. C. "A Nation's Science and Technology." The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 8-12, March 1976
Prosch, Harry. "Polanyi's Ethics." Ethics: An International Journal of Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy, Vol. 82, No. 2, pp. 91-113 (autographed reprint), January 1972
Prosch, Harry. "Polanyi's Tacit Knowing in the 'Classic' Philosophers." Journal of British Society for Phenomenology, Vol. 4, No. 3, pp. 201-216, October 1973
Prosch, Harry. "Cooling the Modern Mind: Polanyi's Mission." Skidmore College Faculty Research Lecture. (autographed), August 1971
Sakharov, Andrei D. "Thoughts on Progress, Peaceful Coexistence and Intellectual Freedom." Austin, March 1969
Jelenski, K. A. Letter to Michael Polanyi, 11 February 1966
Sewell, Elizabeth. "First Reports from an Experimental College." Journal of Applied Behavioral Science, Vol. 4, No. 3 (reprint), 1968
Scott, William T. "A Course in Science and Religion Following the Ideas of Michael Polanyi." The Christian Scholar, Vol. XLVII No. 1 (Spring 1964) pp. 36-46 (reprint), 1964
Scott, William T. "A Bridge from Science to Religion Based on Polanyi's Theory of Knowledge." Zygon: Journal of Relgion and Science, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. 41-62 (reprint), March 1970
Scott, William T. "Tacit Knowing and the Concept of Mind", undated
Scott, William T. "The Gentle Rain: A Search for Understanding", undated
Silber, John R. Letter to Bruno Manno, 20 November 1972
Silber, John R. "The Pollution of Time." Speech on the occasion of his inauguration as seventh president of Boston University, 23 May 1971
Silber, John R. "A Tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr." (speech), 5 April 1971
Silber, John R. "Masks and Fig Leaves" in Privacy, eds. Pennock and Chapman. New York: Atherton Press, pp. 226-235 (reprint), 1971
Silber, John R. "The Dean as Educator: His Doing and Undoing." Proceedings from the twenty-seventh annual meeting of the American Conference of Academic Deans (reprint), undated
Silber, John R. "Introduction: The Ethical Significance of Kant's Religion." Introduction to Religion Within the Limits of Reason Alone by Immanual Kant. New York: Harper Torchbooks, pp. lxxix-cxxxiv (reprint), undated
Silber, John R. "Soul Politics and Political Morality." Ethics: An International Journal of Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy, Vol. 79, No. 1, pp. 14-23 (reprint), October 1968
Chomsky, Noam. "Philosophers and Public Philosophy." Ethics: An International Journal of Social, Political, and Legal Philosophy, Vol. 79, No. 1, pp. 1-9, October 1968
Turner, Victor W. "Colour Classification in Ndembu Ritual: A Problem in Primitive Classification", undated
[Unknown author] "Polanyi's Theory of Commitment", undated
Wartofsky, Marx W. Review of Science and Philosophy in the Soviet Union by Loren R. Graham. The New York Times Book Review, pp. 27-28, 5 March 1972
Wilczak, Paul F. "Science, Faith and Human Motivation: An Interpretation of the Work of Michael Polanyi." Dissertation proposal, undated
Apczynski, John V. Doers of the Word: Toward a Foundational Theology Based on the Thought of Michael Polanyi. Ph.D. dissertation, McGill University, Montreal, July 1972 2 4-6
Pages 204 and 237 are missing.
Crewdson, Joan. Partial manuscript about Polanyi, undated 3 1
Gelwick, Richard L. Writings, 1971, undated (4 items) 3 2
"Theology as a Heuristic Enterprise." Stephens College, Columbia, MO, 1971
"Resurrection and Ecology." Stephens College, Columbia, MO, 1971
"Michael Polanyi: Modern Reformer", undated
"Exploring Space and Theology." Student World, pp. 388-398, undated
Koch, Sigmund. Writings, 1965-1970 (4 items) 3 3
"The Allures of Ameaning in Modern Psychology." in Science and Human Affairs, ed. R. Farson. Palo Alto, CA: Science and Behavior Books, pp. 55-82, 1965
"Clark Hull and Psychology's 'Age of Theory'." Draft paper submitted to the Division 26 Symposium on "The Hullian Impact on Psychology" at the 77th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, 1 September 1969
"Definition of Psychological Concepts." Draft paper, April 1970
"Epilogue", undated
Koch, Sigmund. Writings, 1964-1969 (5 items) 3 4
"The Place of Physiology in Psychology." Draft paper, April 1969
"Psychology and Emerging Concepts of Knowledge as Unity" in Behaviorism and Phenomenology, ed. T. W. Wann. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, pp. 1-41, 1964
"Psychology and the Humanities", undated
"Psychology cannot be a Coherent Science." Psychology Today, Vol. 3, No. 4, pp. 14, 64-68, September 1969
"Scientism and Government." Draft paper given to the Austin Town and Gown Club, 11 January 1968
Prosch, Harry. Writings, undated (3 items) 3 5
"Polanyi's Ethics", undated
"Polanyi's Tacit Knowing in the 'Classic' Philosophers", undated
"Tacit Knowing in the 'Classic' Philosophers", undated
Scott, William. Writings, October 1970, undated (4 items) 3 6
"A Bridge from Science to Religion Based on Polanyi's theory of Knowledge", undated
"The Gentle Rain: A Search for Understanding", undated
"A New Affirmation of Rationality: The Epistemology and Ontology of Michael Polanyi." Two-part lecture for CHERS Workshop, October 1970
"Tacit Knowing and the Concept of Mind", undated
Book reviews, undated 3 7
Series 3: Symposia, conferences, and workshops, 1969-1977
This series includes materials from two symposia, two conferences, and a series of workshops about Polanyi.
Box Folder
"The Uses of Polanyi; Polanyi in Context: A Regional Conference", 13 October 1974-14 October 1974 3 8
Symposium was held in Boston. Speakers included Samuel D. Watson, Maxine Greene, Jerry Gill, Douglas Adams, Gene Reeves, Joseph Kroger, and Robert Innis.
American Academy of Religion Symposium, Philosophy and Theology Section: "Towards a Post-Critical Theology: The Influence of Polanyi", 2 November 1975 3 9
Symposium was held in Chicago. Participants: Doug Adams, John V. Apczynski, Ian G. Barbour, Allen Dyer, Jerry Gill, Daniel W. Hardy, Frank G. Kirkpatrick, Joseph Kroger, Bruno V. Manno, Donald Milavec, Robert T. Osborn, Robert J. Palma, Richard C. Prust, Gene Reeves, Loyal Duane Rue, Huston Smith, Emero Stiegman, and Alford T. Welch.
Skidmore Conference on the Relevance of Michael Polanyi's Thought to Various Disciplines, 9 June 1977-10 June 1977 4 1
Conference was held at Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY. Participants: John V. Apczynski, Denise Carmody, John Carmody, Forest K. Davis, Ann Drake, R. V. Dusek, Leonard Hegland, Frederick Kirschenman, Harold H. Kuester, Richard Leucke, David Oyler, Geoffrey Payzant, Lady Drusilla Scott, William T. Scott, John Sevier, Earling Skorpen, J. W. Stines, Sam Watson Jr., and Raymond E. Wilken.
The Consortium for Higher Education and Religion Studies (CHERS) Polanyi Workshop Series: "The Trajectory of Hope: A Series of Workshops on the Thought of Michael Polanyi and its Relevancy for Our Age", 1969-1971 4 2
General correspondence.
CHERS 1970-1971 Polanyi Workshop Series: "The Trajectory of Hope: A Series of Workshops on the Thought of Michael Polanyi and its Relevancy for Our Age", 1969-1971 4 3
Correspondence with workshop leaders, including Richard Gelwick, Sigmund Koch, Harry Prosch, William Scott, and Ruel Tyson.
CHERS "A National Conference on Culture and Crisis: The Social Thought of Michael Polanyi", May 1972 4 4
Information about participants and registered observers.
CHERS "A National Conference on Culture and Crisis: The Social Thought of Michael Polanyi", May 1972 4 5
Correspondence.
Series 4: Organizations and newsletters, 1969-2009
This series includes documents and newsletters pertaining to the Consortium for Higher Education and Religious Studies (CHER), the Polanyi Society of Explorers, Convivium (the Michael Polanyi newsletter), and the Polanyi Society. It includes several issues of the Polanyi Society Bulletin, from circa 1975 to 1992 (not a complete set). It also includes issues of Tradition and Discovery: The Polanyi Society Periodical, from 1991 to the present.
Box Folder
The Consortium for Higher Education and Religious Studies (CHERS), circa 1969-1970 4 6
Includes miscellaneous reports and proposals, balance sheets, and Polanyi Center information.
Polanyi Society of Explorers, circa 1969-1970 4 7
Includes newsletters, information sheets, and other materials.
Convivium: Michael Polanyi Newsletter, 1975-1978 5 1
Included are No. 1 (Summer 1975), No. 2 (Winter 1975-1976), No. 3 (Summer 1976), and No. 5 (Winter 1978).
The Polanyi Society Bulletin, 1975-1984 5 2
The Polanyi Society Bulletin, 1984-1992 5 3
Incomplete collection from Fall 1984-1985 to 1991-1992.
Tradition and Discovery: The Polanyi Society Periodical, Volume XVIII No. 2 - Volume XXI No. 3, 1991-1995 5 4
Volume XIX No. 3 (1992-1993) is not included.
Tradition and Discovery: The Polanyi Society Periodical, Volume XXII No. 1 - Volume XXV No. 3, 1995-1999 6 1
Volume XXIV No. 3 (1997-1998) is not included.
Tradition and Discovery: The Polanyi Society Periodical, Volume XXVI No. 1 - Volume XXIX No. 2, 1999-2003 6 2
Tradition and Discovery: The Polanyi Society Periodical, Volume XXX No. 1 - Volume XXXII No. 2, 2003-2006 7 1
Volume XXXII No. 3 (2005-2006) is not included.
Tradition and Discovery: The Polanyi Society Periodical, Volume XXXIII No. 1 - Volume XXXV No. 1, 2006-2009 7 2
Volume XXIV No. 1 (2007-2008) is not included.
Series 5: Papers of Bruno Manno, 1969-1977
This series includes miscellaneous notes and papers of Bruno V. Manno. It includes notes from Chicago (1970) and Oxford (1971). The series contains a copy of Manno's 1975 Ph.D. dissertation from Boston College, "The Person and Meaning: A Study in the Post-Critical Thought of Michael Polanyi." Two folders contain correspondence between Bruno Manno and Michael Polanyi and Magda Polanyi, dating collectively from 1969-1977. One folder also contains miscellaneous items, such as additional correspondence, articles, and a few photographs.
Box Folder
Ph.D. dissertation: "The Person and Meaning: A Study in the Post-Critical Thought of Michael Polanyi," Boston College, August 1975 8 1
Notes and papers, including notes from Oxford, 1971 8 2
Correspondence, articles, and photographs, undated 8 3
Notes from Chicago, 1970 8 4
Correspondence: Michael Polanyi and Bruno Manno; Magda Polanyi and Bruno Manno, 1969-1972 8 5
Correspondence: Michael Polanyi and Bruno Manno; Magda Polanyi and Bruno Manno, 1972-1977 8 6
Series 6: Sound recordings, 1968-1972
This series includes a cassette tape of a TV program by Michael Polanyi, one reel featuring Michael Polanyi at the University of Dayton, and two reels of a discussion with Michael Polanyi.
Box
Audiocassette tape and audiotape reels, 1968-1972 9
Michael Polanyi, "Frontiers of Faith" TV program, 1968 (1 audiocassette tape)
Michael Polanyi at the University of Dayton, 19 April 1969 (1 reel)
Discussion with Michael Polanyi, May 1972 (2 reels)