Selections from Science and Sanity represents Alfred Korzybski’s authorized abridgement of his magnum opus, Science and Sanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics. This second edition, published in response to the recent Korzybski revival, adds new introductory material and a revised index, providing an accessible introduction to Korzybski’s arguments concerning the need for a non-Aristotelian approach to knowledge, thought, perception, and language, to coincide with our non-Newtonian physics and non-Euclidean geometries, to Korzybski’s practical philosophy, applied psychology, pragmatics of human communication, and educational program. Selections from Science and Sanity serves as an excellent introduction to general semantics as a system intended to aid the individual’s adjustment to reality, enhance intellectual and creative activities, and alleviate the many social ills that have plagued humanity throughout our history.
Tags: abstracting, anthropology, behavior, biology, calculus, chemistry, communication, creativity, education, emotions, epistemology, geometry, history, interdisciplinarity, languages, linguistics, logic, mathematics, methodologies, neuroscience, philosophy, physics, physiology, psychiatry, psychology, quantum-mechanics, relationships, relativity, sanity, science, scientific-method, sociology, symbols, systems-science, teaching, technology, and thinking
Creator(s): Alfred Korzybski (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Korzybski)
Publication Date: 2020, Dec 5th