Volume 68, Number 3 (July 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.
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- “Syntax and Ethics: A Conversation” by Corey Anton and Peter Zhang
- “Umberto Eco Takes Semiotics to the Masses” by Clinton Hale
- “Using the Earth Charter and Contemplative Practice to Develop Narratives That Promote Intergenerational Care” by Maria F. Loffredo Roca
- “Total Privacy and Absolute Disclosure in the Blogosphere” by Marian Kozhan
- “Mapping the Persian Gulf Naming Dispute” by Martin H. Levinson
- “The Knowledge Most Worth Knowing” by Hillel A. Schiller
- “‘Pernicious Stuff’: Ninenteenth Century Media, the Children Who Loved Them, and the Adults Who Worried about Them” by Margaret Cassidy
- “Are We Externalizing Ourselves out of Existence?” by Eugene Marlow
- “The Extensional Orientation, Hegemony, and General Semantics” by Richard Fiordo
- Metaphors in Action:
“Peace–Inner and Outer” by Raymond Gozzi, Jr.
- Plus Book Reviews and Dates and Indexes.
The cover of ETC 68:3 is a work titled “Abstract Painting No. 255” by Jim Fuess.