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Korzybski

Alfred (Habdank Skarbek). 1879--1950, US originator of the theory and study of general semantics, born in Poland
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Alfred Korzybski understood posttraumatic stress firsthand, as he had suffered from its effects as a combat veteran of WWI.
Alfred Korzybski, Manhood of Humanity, Second Edition.
Heffer's graphic image was also featured on the program cover from the 64th Annual Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture (AKML) held this year in New York City.
And Alfred Korzybski, disturbed and shaken by war, found his calling in devising a methodology to reduce misevaluation.
I heard some of the contributors to the The Medium is the Muse read from their works at the Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture/Symposium, which was held at the Princeton Club in New York City (October 2014).
The Sixty-Second Annual Alfred Korzybski Lecture/Dinner/Symposium, which was held at the Princeton Club in NYC from October 24 to 26, was a great success.
Since language acquisition comes quite naturally to our species, decoding messages and interpreting meanings would not be much of an issue, although critical evaluation has always been a major challenge for our species, as Alfred Korzybski (1950, 1993) famously explained.
Count Alfred Korzybski, a cavalry officer forced out of combat by wounds, limped onto American soil, a tyro cannoneer, a trained mathematician, a skilled polyglot; indeed, a man whose life up to that point might well have been lifted from a Tolstoy plot.
For much of what GS is about for those who self-identify as general semanticists is bound up in the work, and in the person, of Count Alfred Korzybski (1921, 1933).
Albert Ellis, the founder of rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), was quite candid in his 1991 Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture talk that the REBT is heavily indebted to GS ideas.
The award bears a cash sum of $1,000, and recipients will be officially recognized at the annual Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture.