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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Korzybski tells us talking crazy makes us crazy. Therefore talk sane, be sane. Sane speak will actually heal your nervous system. Sane speak is less in certainties and more in abstractions. Crazy speak is. Sane speak seems. Read full review

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

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Korzybski tells us talking crazy makes us crazy. Therefore talk sane, be sane. Sane speak will actually heal your nervous system. Sane speak is less in certainties and more in abstractions. Crazy speak is. Sane speak seems. Read full review

Contents

I
xiii
II
xxiii
III
xxxi
IV
xxxvii
V
1
VI
5
VII
7
VIII
19
XXXI
315
XXXII
326
XXXIII
341
XXXIV
358
XXXV
367
XXXVI
369
XXXVII
371
XXXVIII
386

IX
38
X
53
XI
55
XII
66
XIII
76
XIV
85
XV
99
XVI
101
XVII
111
XVIII
123
XIX
131
XX
133
XXI
151
XXII
188
XXIII
204
XXIV
214
XXV
220
XXVI
223
XXVII
245
XXVIII
247
XXIX
268
XXX
313
XXXIX
412
XL
426
XLI
452
XLII
469
XLIII
491
XLIV
537
XLV
563
XLVI
571
XLVII
573
XLVIII
603
XLIX
615
L
635
LI
637
LII
648
LIII
659
LIV
665
LV
673
LVI
683
LVII
685
LVIII
698
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