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ETC 71:2 (April 2014) Is Now Available for Download from the IGS Store

1 Nov 2014 5:07 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

Volume 71, Number 2 (April 2014), of the Institute of General Semantics's quarterly journal ETC: A Review of General Semantics has been mailed and is now available for download from the IGS Store in searchable PDF format.

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  • "Media Literacy as an Ethical Obligation: A General Semantics Approach" by Lance Strate
  • "'Living History' as the 'Real Thing': A Comparative Analysis of the Modern Mountain Man Rendezvous, Renaissance Fairs, and Civil War Reenactments" by Patrick McCarthy
  • "Political Catchwords: Linguistic Maps That Shape Politics and Governance" by Martin H. Levinson
  • "The Next Generation: An Analysis of Autism through Media Representation" by Alexandria Prochnow
  • Perspectives:
    "The Challenges Facing General Semantics" by Ben Hauck
  • Metaphors in Action:
    "Convergence" by Raymond Gozzi, Jr.
  • "Interview with IGS President Martin H. Levinson" by Edward Tywoniak
  • Probes:
    "Vitalism in Ivie" by Peter Zhang
  • From the Vault:
    "Towards a Theory of Protest" by Kenneth E. Boulding
    "Korzybski's Quest" by Gerald Haslam
    "Our Computational Culture: From Descartes to the Computer" by Berg R. Dreyer
    "Fanaticism: The Panhuman Disorder" by Margaret Mead
  • Poems:
    "Surroundings" by Ross Jackson
    "A Persistent Lack of Gravity" by Ross Jackson
    "Syllogism" by Jane Blanchard
    "Resolution" by Jane Blanchard
    "Erasure" by Jane Blanchard
  • Plus a Letter from the Editor and News and Notes.

Cover Art

The cover of ETC 71:2 is from a painting by Tana Lehr titled Any Road.

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