The Book of Radical General Semantics MOBI Â The Book

The Book of Radical General Semantics MOBI Â The Book


The Book of Radical General Semantics ❰Reading❯ ➹ The Book of Radical General Semantics Author Gad Horowitz – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk The Book of Radical General Semantics arranged into seven Parts begins with a new look at the motor of Korzybski’s general semantics – the Structural Differential Part II introduces Silent Practic The Book of Radical General Semantics of Radical PDF/EPUB ½ arranged into seven Parts begins with a new look The Book PDF/EPUB or at the motor of Korzybski’s general semantics – the Structural Differential Part II introduces Silent Practice Book of Radical PDF/EPUB ì – attention to sensory experience – as integral to saner evaluative processes Silent Practice precedes The Devices of General Semantics Part III as it is a skill that facilitates that “fraction of a second psycho logical delay” intended by the devices In Part IV The “Self” and Free Will the Structural Differential is turned inward to provide a multi levelled map of one’s very own self in which oneself is three event self object self label self In Part V Politics the devices and formulations of general semantics are applied to such diverse issues as President Obama’s ‘You Didn’t Build That’ speech the ultra left ‘Tiun’ group and the Canadian monarchy The Meta Model purposely comes late Part VI in the book Here Gad returns the Meta Model developed as a practice within Neuro Linguistic Programming NLP to its origin in General Semantics Part VII Participation Myth Art Religion brings together a number of resonances of radical general semantics with studies of music photography phenomenology filming theoretical concepts writing myth and religion While most of the writing is by Gad Horowitz Colin Campbell has contributed a number of very rich chapters especially in Part VII.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 260 pages
  • The Book of Radical General Semantics
  • Gad Horowitz
  • English
  • 06 December 2015

10 thoughts on “The Book of Radical General Semantics

  1. Justinas Beinorius Justinas Beinorius says:

    General Semantics started in 1933 with Korzybsky publishing Science and Sanity I'm very pleased to see this methodology branching out and giving fruitsThis book is very modern has lots of links to videos and forums Parts of the book contain discussions among known GS people ex Bruce Kodish Why not 5 stars? Because of Campbell's boring essays

  2. Max Moore Max Moore says:

    Interesting if you are already familiar with Korzybski's work and you want to be reminded of core principals or rediscover them from a different perspective Not ideal as a first introduction to General Semantics Would have greatly benefited from the outside eye of a professional editor to turn this notebook into a true essay Instead of The Book of a accurate title would be Gad Horowitz's Notebook On General Semantics Mostly from His Political Science Point of View

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