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June 2016

IGS Mourns the Passing of Allen Flagg, NYSGS President, IGS Board Member, and Longtime General Semantics Advocate

June 14th, 2016|Media, News, Press, Publications|

Allen Flagg (2007) (Photo by Katherine Liepe-Levinson) It is with great sadness that the Institute of General Semantics reports the passing of Allen Flagg, a board member for IGS, as well as a recent president of the New York Society for General Semantics, not to mention a longtime advocate of general semantics. Allen [...]

May 2016

New Book – “The Book of Radical General Semantics” by Gad Horowitz

May 23rd, 2016|Media, News, Non-IGS Books, Publications|

The Balvant Parekh Centre for General Semantics and Other Human Sciences has recently shared that it is proud to be associated with the publication of The Book of Radical General Semantics by Pencraft International, New Delhi. Arranged into seven parts, The Book of Radical General Semantics abounds with new and innovative radical GS connections and formulations which can [...]

February 2016

General Semantics in the French Press

February 28th, 2016|Media, News, Press, Publications|

Vanessa Biard-Schaeffer, Secretary of the Institute of General Semantics, has shared that she and the Institute of General Semantics were recently mentioned an article in Metronews, a daily newspaper distributed in offices and the Paris subway. Titled "Calais : parler de 'jungle', est-ce raciste ?," the article, published February 24, 2016, featured this passage: A quoi renvoie le [...]

December 2015

July 2015

March 2015

ETC: A Review of General Semantics is Now Available on JSTOR

March 28th, 2015|Media, News, Press, Publications, Website Related|

Back issues of our journal, ETC: A Review of General Semantics, are now available on JSTOR, the digital library that includes academic journals, books, and primary sources. In addition, previews of selected articles from back issues of ETC are also available. ETC is available as part of the Arts & Sciences XIV collection on JSTOR. […]

February 2015