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ETC 80:3 (2023) Is Now Available for Download from the IGS Store

2 Jan 2024 5:11 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

The third issue of 2023, ETC: A Review of General Semantics Vol. 80 No. 3, is in the mail and is now available for download from the IGS Store in searchable PDF format.

Table of Contents

Letter from the Editor

Christopher W. Mayer, "The Truth Is Not Out There: Korzybskian Themes in the Work of Richard Rorty"

Lance Strate, "The And"

Tiffany Petricini, "ChatGPT: Everything to Everyone all at Once"

Stephen Roxborough, "years ago (in galaxies far far away)"

Martin H. Levinson, "Dating Antisemitism: A Case Study"

Milton Dawes, "A Few Words About my Use of “Meta”"

John Rullo. "Artificial Love"

Eleni Chatzi, "The Buried History Within the Buried History"

Xristos Xousos, "The Crystal Gazer"

Martin H. Levinson, "Dating America’s Response to Alcohol: An Historical Overview"

Heather M. Crandall, "Civil Communication"

Jack Conley, Estafania Orjuela Parre, and Ashwin Vaidya, "A Semantic Guide for the Climate Perplexed"

David Miller, "Blend (for Sandy Bull)"

Joseph N. Agostino. "Institutionalization and Family Relationships of the Elderly"

Stan Kozikowski, "Othello’s Semantics of Body, Mind and Soul: America’s Racist Presidents, Devalued Higher Education, and Debased Priesthood"

Mary Lahman, "Practice Language Behaviors that Engage Others in Civil Discourse"

Josh Dold and Mary Lahman, "Action Plan: Non-Identity"

Wendy Mushenye and Mary Lahman, "Action Plan: Non-Identity"

Mary Lahman, "Moving Action Plans to Case Studies"

Samantha Campbell and Mary Lahman, "Traffic Stop Miscommunication: A Case Study"

Hope Gebhart, Adrianna Shires, and Mary Lahman, "A 'Free' Lesson in General Semantics"

Martin H. Levinson, Book Reviews

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