ETC: A Review of General Semantics is a quarterly journal founded in 1943 by the International Society for General Semantics. ISGS merged with the Institute of General Semantics in 2003 and IGS has published the journal since that time.
ETC is devoted to publishing material which contributes to and advances the understanding of language, thought and behavior: time-binding (and its failures), map-territory confusion, word-meaning problems, dating, indexing, two-valued thinking, categorical thinking, non-allness, signal reactions, problems with the abstraction process, self-reflectiveness, and other facets of general semantics. Item pages list many of the contents for each issue.
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