The editors invited various authors to write about using E-Prime. Twelve papers came from recent general semantics symposia.
Subject areas include:
Tutorials -- E-Prime and Religious Writing -- Epistemological Issues -- Indexing Crispness -- Non-Allness, and Other Spectra -- Three Semantic Studies -- E-Prime Fiction -- E-Prime in Action -- To the Future -- Supplement I: "How Important is the Terminology of Korzybski's General Semantics?" -- Supplement II: "In Defense of SEOS and E-Prime" -- Supplement III: "SEOS: A Fourth Non-Aristotelian Model"
New papers by:
Bauman, Beaver, D. Bourland, R. Bourland, Cruey, Davis, Dombek, French, Gozzi, Hall, Hautala, Hilgartner, Johnston, Kaparo, Kellogg, Kovacs, Maas, Marcinkeviciene, Miller, Pula, Russell, Sawin.
Whatever happened to the bodies in the underwater cave? The mystery continues in Boiling Creek: The G.S. Detective, Part II.
From religion to epistemology, from practical to theoretical, from fiction to humor, this anthology reveals the many exciting new developments in E-Prime.
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Paul Dennithorne Johnston, a graduate of the City of London (England) Polytechnic, serves as Executive Director of the International Society for General Semantics and Managing Editor of ETC.: A Review of General Semantics. Mr. Johnston has worked as newspaper reporter and editor, and has published fiction and nonfiction in the U.S.A. and Britain.
D. David Bourland, Jr., graduated from Culver Military Academy (1946), Harvard College (A.B. Mathematics, 1951), Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration (M.B.A. 1953), and the Universidad de Costa Rica (Licenciatura in English Linguistics, 1973). Mr. Bourland, who held a fellowship for study at the Institute for General Semantics, 1949-1950, has participated in many of the Institute's seminars, edited the General Semantics Bulletin, 1964-1970, and acted as a trustee of the Institute, 1964-1989. He served on the Staff, Commander Naval Forces Far East, as a Lieutenant, Junior Grade, 1953-1955, and worked in naval operations research, 1955-1971. Mr. Bourland taught at the Universidad de Costa Rica from 1971 to 1980, retiring as Associate Professor of Linguistics.
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Descrizione libro Intl Society for General, 1997. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Never used!. Codice libro della libreria P110918970466