The Logic of Liberty

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The Logic of Liberty

By Michael Polanyi
University of Chicago Press, 1951
206 pp. $4.00

Very stimulating and original reflections on liberty, especially with regard to scientific and economic activities. Of particular interest are Professor Polanyi's stress on the relations of the commitments underlying a free society and the scientific community, and his critique of economic planning.

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