Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics

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Institute of GS, 1958 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 806 pages
 

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I am another reader whose life was changed by reading this book. I tripped over this dense tome in my searching (half-crazed) teenage phase of life. I think that is the only explanation for how I was ... Read full review

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Indispensable. Anyone who takes the time to absorb Korzybski will never listen to language the same way. The book is dense, the prose a bit turgid (AK was Polish and English was his fifth language), but Science and Sanity has been for decades on the list of top ten non-fiction books that have influenced me deeply. 

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