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Double Issue ETC 75:3-4 (2018) Is Now Available for Download from the IGS Store

23 Jun 2020 4:12 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Our long-awaited and fourth double issue 75:3-4 (2018) of ETC: A Review of General Semantics is in the mail and is now available for download from the IGS Store in searchable PDF format.

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"Holocaust Commemoration and Stolpersteine" by Gary Gumpert and Susan Drucker

"The 'Ize' Have It…" by Milton Dawes

"The Way of the Word" by Michael Moore

"What Can You Do for General Semantics?" by Ben Hauck (J. Talbot Winchell Award 2018 Acceptance Speech)

"Aldous Huxley and General Semantics" by Martin H. Levinson

"Responding to Hypocrisy: Getting a Handle on its Abundance and its Apparent Irrelevance" by Corey Anton

"The Medium Is the Membrane" by Lance Strate

"Emojis: New Language or Technology-Based Trend" by Marcel Danesi

"Walter Ong’s Last Book: Language as Hermeneutic" by Sara Van Den Berg

"Playing the Fool: Trump’s Appeal to Each of Korzybski’s Fools" by Julia C. Richmond and Ernest Hakanen

"Meta-Semantic-Painting" by Dom Heffer

"Postman and Aristotle on Language" by Laura Trujillo Liñán

"How Do You Know?" by Chris Mayer

"Taxonomies, the Ecological Fallacy, and the Net Generation" by Brett Lunceford

"As She then Was: CF v Alberta (Vital Statistics) and the Power of Breaking" Logical Fate" by Jan Lukas Buterman

"Democratizing Photography: The Evolution of the iPhone Camera" by Angie Caruso

"Referents and Objects: A Parallel between General Semantics and Yog!ac!ara Buddhism" by Thomas A. Rowe

"Ali Baba in Australia: Tale of a Semantic Shift" by Gabor Korvin

"'Go Look It Up!' Dad's Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition" by Suzanne G. Beyer

"'I Feel That…,' 'I Feel Like': Problems Big and Small" by Mark Bernstein

"Eight Poems" by Barry Liss

"Nietzsche’s Lost Aphorisms on Management" by Ross Jackson

"I Was So Tired This Morning and Now Here I Am Awake" by Edwin Torres (in collaboration with Kristin Prevallet)

Plus Letter from the Editor and Book Reviews.

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Ross Jackson, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Business at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. His current research interests include linguistic and existential facets of the military-industrial complex, and the potential intersectionality among analysis, data visualization, and d´etournement. Through his work, he advocates for a more poetic existence, or at least one that is slightly less banal.


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