Volume 68, Number 2 (April 2011), 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.
ETC 68:2 features a number of stimulating articles related to general semantics, including a “new” work by IGS founder Alfred Korzybski!
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- “Remembrance: Loel Shuler” by Nora Miller
- New Korzybski Work:
“Introduction to ‘Difficulties in Learning to Apply General Semantics” by Ben Hauck
“Difficulties in Learning to Apply General Semantics: Transcript of a Recording of Alfred Korzybski” edited by Ben Hauck
- “Who Is Driving?” by Bill Haase
- “Indexing and Dating America’s ‘Worst’ Presidents” by Martin H. Levinson
- “Contributions to General Semantics from Charles Morris: An Abstraction” by Richard Fiordo
- “Semantic Reactions to Irony” by Terry L. West
- “The Meaning of ‘Independent Woman’ in Music” by Mia Moody
- “Three Hundred Eighteen” by Michael Moore
- “The Semantic Dimensions of an International Story: The Ehime Maru Incident” by Tomoko Masumoto
- “Gilles Deleuze and Minor Rhetoric” by Peter Zhang
- Metaphors in Action:
“Love as a Metaphor” by Raymond Gozzi, Jr.
- Plus Book Reviews and Call for Papers.
The cover of ETC 68:2 is a work titled “Illusory Fixations” by Aaron Eckstein.