Bridging worlds through general semantics selections from the first 40 years of Et cetera, 1943-1983

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Published by International Society for General Semantics in San Francisco .

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  • General semantics.

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Includes bibliographies.

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Other titlesEtc.
Statementedited by Mary Morain.
ContributionsMorain, Mary S., 1911-, International Society for General Semantics.
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LC ClassificationsB820 .B68 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 347 p. ;
Number of Pages347
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Open LibraryOL2877396M
ISBN 100918970342
LC Control Number84082325
OCLC/WorldCa11780587

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It is dedicated to helping the individual to be better able to operate in any given environment through the process of helping them have a. Recorded at the Harvard Club of New York City, Nov. 7, Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture Dr Ronen suggests a new set of criteria for the definition of fictionality, making rigorous distinctions between fictional and possible worlds; and through specific studies of domains within fictional worlds - events, objects, time, and point of view - she proposes a radical rethinking of the problem of fictionality in general and fictional.

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