- Title Pages
- ONE Scientific Culture in Europe and the Refugee Generation
- TWO Germany and Weimar Berlin as the City of Science
- THREE Origins of a Social Perspective: Doing Physical Chemistry in Weimar Berlin
- FOUR Chemical Dynamics and Social Dynamics in Berlin and Manchester
- FIVE Liberalism and the Economic Foundations of the “Republic of Science”
- SIX Scientific Freedom and the Social Functions of Science
- SEVEN Political Foundations of the Philosophies of Science of Popper, Kuhn, and Polanyi
- EIGHT <i>Personal Knowledge</i> Argument, Audiences, and Sociological Engagement
- EPILOGUE SSK, Constructivism, and the Paradoxical Legacy Of Polanyi and the 1930s Generation
- Works Cited
- Michael Polanyi and His Generation
- University of Chicago Press
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