Alfred Korzybski

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United States semanticist (born in Poland) (1879-1950)

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(All the papers, chapters, transcripts and reviews that Korzybski published during his lifetime, other than his two major books, have been published in Alfred Korzybski: Collected Writings 1920-1950, collected and arranged by M.
Kodish has specialized in studying, writing about, and teaching the implications and applications of Alfred Korzybski's work and in exploring its history.
['Abbreviated notes from a seminar course in General Semantics delivered by Count Alfred Korzybski at Olivet College, Olivet, Michigan, 1937.
[Abridgement of remarks made by Alfred Korzybski at a luncheon in his honor at Yale Graduate Club, New Haven, January 31, 1949.]
Alfred Korzybski, ETC: A Review of General Semantics, 60(4), 354.
I have also attended a great many Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lectures.
Douglas Kelley, an army psychiatrist and student of general semantics (GS) founder Alfred Korzybski, along with medical professionals that he trained, used GS to treat over 7,000 soldiers for symptoms of posttraumatic stress between 1943 and 1945 at the 312th Station Hospital near Staffordshire, England, and the 130th General Hospital in Ciney, Belgium.
(9) Alfred Korzybski understood posttraumatic stress firsthand, as he had suffered from its effects as a combat veteran of WWI.
The Devastation of WW I Leads Alfred Korzybski to Devise
In the 1950 edition of Alfred Korzybski's first large published work, Manhood of Humanity: An Introduction to Non-Aristotelian Systems and General Semantics (1921), (3) Charlotte Schuchardt opens the Editor's Note with an epigraph from British poet Robert Browning: "The time of new hopes should animate mankind, New light should dawn ..." (p.
Following WWI, Alfred Korzybski, a Polish engineer and veteran of the Eastern Front, shocked by the immense war destruction, attempted to answer the question of how human beings so effectively progress technologically yet make such a hash of their human affairs.
We also have two reprints from Gregory Bateson--the first from an article he published on metalanguage in a 1953 issue of ETC, and the second his keynote address at the 1970 Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture.
Alfred Korzybski set out to study Man, his qualities and problems in his book Manhood of Humanity: The Science & Art of Human Engineering.