Volume 69, Number 2 (April 2012), of the Institute of General Semantics’s quarterly journal ETC: A Review of General Semantics will be out soon in the mail and is now available for download from the IGS Store in searchable PDF format.
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- “The Place of the Other” by Gary Gumpert and Susan J. Drucker
- “Reflections on Writing in the Twenty-First Century and GS Strategies for Teaching It” by Philip Vasallo
- “Teaching Writing through General Semantics and General Semantics through Writing: A Stylistic Approach” by Richard Fiordo
- “A Difference That Makes a Difference” by Bruce Kodish
- “A General Semantics Analysis of the RMS Titanic Disaster” by Martin H. Levinson
- “The Language of Scam Spams: Linguistic Features of ‘Nigerian Fraud’ E-mails” by Deborah Schaffer
- “Hidden Divinities” by Michael Moore
- “The Rhetorical-Theatrical Sensibility as Equipment for Living” by Peter Zhang, Yi Z, and Xi Yang
- “What Is True, and What Is Real, Providing the Non-Aristotelian Tools to Orient You” by Gary M. Jaron
- “Meaning in Silence as the Quaker Tradition” by Michael H. Plugh
- “Plausible Quotations and Reverse Credibility in Online Vernacular Communities” by Quentin J. Schultze and Randall L. Bytwerk
- Metaphors in Action:
“Is the Computer a Communist?” by Raymond Gozzi, Jr.
- “Probes: Chiasmus as a Mode of Probing of the Lord and Man” by Peter Zhang
- Plus Book Reviews and Dates & Indexes.
The cover of ETC 69:2 is a work titled “Jerusalem Stone” by Kyle Perler.