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Michael Polanyi Symposium: Connecting Science and the Humanities
Lecture Hall C130 (Technische Universität Berlin)
Lecture Hall C130
Technische Universität Berlin
Institut für Chemie
Straße des 17. Juni 115
Bretislav Friedrich, Ludger Wöste
Prominent among the luminaries who set up their laboratory in Weimar Berlin was the polymath Michael Polanyi (1891-1976), who would this year be 125 years old. In 1920 he received a research position in Reginald Herzog's Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Fiber Chemistry and in 1923 switched to Fritz Haber's Institute for Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry as Head of the Department of Chemical Kinetics. He was also connected to the area universities, through his Habilitation at the Berlin University (today Humboldt Universität) and his teaching as Extraordinarius at the forerunner of Berlin’s Technische Universität. A distinguished physical chemist at the time of his forced emigration from Germany in 1933, Polanyi settled in England and became a key figure in the philosophy and sociology of science. The Michael Polanyi Symposium will celebrate his legacy in both science and the humanities.
Bretislav Friedrich, Michael Polanyi (1891-1976): The life of the mind
Dudley Herschbach, Michael Polanyi: Patriarch of Chemical Dynamics and Tacit Knowing
Gerhard Ertl, Joshua Jortner, John Polanyi (Bretislav Friedrich, Ed.): Tributes to and Reminiscences of Michael Polanyi (1891-1976)
Istvan Hargittai: Michael Polanyi—pupils and crossroads—on the 125th anniversary of his birth
Mary Jo Nye, Michael Polanyi: Science as Personal Knowledge and Social Practice