Thomas F. Torrance, "Notes on Terms and Concepts," in Belief in Science and in Christian Life: The Relevance of Michael Polanyi's Thought for Christian Faith and Life (Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock, 1998), 133-147; #1998-TFT-1c
Torrance, Thomas F. "Notes on Terms and Concepts." In Belief in Science and in Christian Life: The Relevance of Michael Polanyi's Thought for Christian Faith and Life, 133-147. Edited by Thomas F. Torrance. The Torrance Collection. Eugene, Oregon: Wipf and Stock, 1998; #1998-TFT-1c
In this chapter, Torrance defines the following: abstraction, abstractive knowledge, accrediting, articulate/inarticulate, axioms, boundary conditions, commitment, comprehension, conviviality, cosmology, definition, detachment, discovery, dual control, dualism, empiricism, epistemology, fiduciary act, focal/subsidiary, formal/informal, Gestalt, hermeneutics, heuristics, indwelling, integration, intuition, mechanistic world view, mind/body 'dualism', objectivism, objectivity, ontology, personal knowledge, phenomenalism, positivism, premiss, proximal/distal, rationalism, reality, reductionism, tacit dimension, scientism, semantics, transcendence, universal intent.