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

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VOLUMES ALREADY PUBLISHED

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MANHOOD OF HUMANITY: THE SCIENCE AND ART OF HUMAN ENGINEERING.
E. P. DUTTON, NEW YORK, 1921; 2ND ED., INSTITUTE OF GENERAL SEMANTICS, DISTRIBUTORS, 1950by A. KORZYBSKI
TIME- BINDING: THE GENERAL THEORY, 1924-1926by A. KORZYBSKI
SCIENCE AND SANITYby A. KORZYBSKI
GENERAL SEMANTICS SEMINAR 1937: TRANSCRIPTION OF NOTES FROM LECTURES IN GENERAL SEMANTICS GIVEN AT OLIVET COLLEGEby A. KORZYBSKI
PAPERS FROM THE FIRST AMERICAN CONGRESS ON GENERAL SEMANTICS, 1938 Ed. by H. BAUGH
PAPERS FROM THE SECOND AMERICAN CONGRESS ON GENERAL SEMANTICS: NON-ARISTOTELIAN METHODOLOGY (APPLIED) FOR SANITY IN OUR TIME, 1943 Ed. by M. KENDIG
WORDS AND WHAT THEY DO TO YOU: BEGINNING LESSONS IN GENERAL SEMANTICS FOR JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. ROW, PETERSON, EVANSTON, ILL., 1953; 2ND ED., INSTITUTE OF GENERAL SEMANTICS, 1965by CATHERINE MINTEER
INTRODUCTORY LECTURES ON GENERAL SEMANTICS, 5TH ED., 1956by FRANCIS P. CHISHOLM

By Other Publishers
LANGUAGE HABITS IN HUMAN AFFAIRS: AN INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL SEMANTICS. HARPER, NEW YORK, 1941by IRVING J. LEE
PEOPLE IN QUANDARIES: THE SEMANTICS OF PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT. HARPER, NEW YORK, 1946by WENDELL JOHNSON
THE LANGUAGE OF WISDOM AND FOLLY: BACKGROUND READINGS IN SEMANTICS. HARPER, NEW YORK, 1949by IRVING J. LEE
HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR THINKING ABILITY. MCGRAw-HILL, NEW YORK, 1950by KENNETH S. JR. KEYES
HOW TO TALK WITH PEOPLE. HARPER, NEW YORK, 1952by IRVING J. LEE
INTEGRATIVE SPEECH: THE FUNCTION OF ORAL COMMUNICATION IN HUMAN AFFAIRS. DRYDEN PRESS. NEW YORK, 1953by ELWOOD MURRAY et al.
EXPLORATIONS IN AWARENESS. HARPER, NEW YORK, 1957by J. S. BOIS

VOLUMES IN PREPARATION
NEW METHODS IN PREVENTIVE NEURO-PSYCHIATRYby DOUGLAS GORDON CAMPBELL
KEY TO KORZYBSYIby M. KENDIG
COLLECTED PAPERS OF ALFRED KORZYBSKI Ed. by M. KENDIG
SELECTED PAPERS IN GENERAL SEMANTICS Ed. by M. KENDIG
GENERAL SEMANTICS: LECTURES BY ALFRED KORZYBSKI. Ed. by M. KENDIG AND C. S. READ
ORIENTATION FOR NEUROLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY: A MONISTIC FORMULATIONby RUSSELL MEYERS

THE NAMES OF THE AUTHORS OF THE FOLLOWING VOLUMES TO BE ANNOUNCED LATER
IDENTIFICATION IN PRIMITIVE PEOPLES
PRIMITIVE AND DELUSIONAL FACTORS IN THE ARISTOTELIAN SYSTEM
NON-ARISTOTELIAN GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY
FROM ARISTOTELIAN TO NON-ARISTOTELIAN ECONOMICS
THE NON-ARISTOTELIAN TEACHER
NON-ARISTOTELIAN HOME EDUCATION
NON-ARISTOTFLIAN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION
NON-ARISTOTELIAN ADULT EDUCATION
POSTULATES, SYSTEM-FUNCTIONS AND LINGUISTIC STRUCTURES
NON-LINEARITY OF EMERGENT CHARACTERISTICS
NON-ARISTOTELIAN ∘-VALUED DETERMINISM
THE MULTIORDINAL MECHANISMS
NON-ARISTOTELIAN PRINCIPLES OF ETHICS
NON-ARISTOTELIAN PRINCIPLES OF JURISPRUDENCE
NON-ARISTOTELIAN FOUNDATIONS OF MATHEMATICS
PRINCIPLES OF NON-ARISTOTELIAN POLITICAL SCIENCE
IDENTIFICATION, INFANTILISM AND SEX DISTURBANCES
NON-ARISTOTELIAN COMPARATIVE SOCIOLOGY
PRINCIPLES OF NON-ARISTOTELIAN SCIENTIFIC CIVILIZATIONS

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