Can you be too committed to morality? We’ve seen in the 20th century (and others) how good intentions can lead to horrific atrocities. The Hungarian scientist, Michael Polanyi, saw in his day what was coming and called this a “moral inversion.” Is our own culture also ripe for a moral inversion? The AC team invited Dr. Andrew Grosso, a friend and mentor of Andy Steiger as well as an expert in the philosophy of Polanyi, to discuss this.
Links & Articles
Michael Polanyi from Wikipedia
Knowing and Being: Essays by Michael Polanyi by Michael Polanyi
by Marc Robillard