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Articles from ETC.: A Review of General Semantics (April 1, 2008)

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36 years ago, in ETC: Volume 24, Number 4. Chalip, Bernard 1642
66 years ago, before ETC: Volume 1, Number 1. Chalip, Bernard 592
Al Gore. The Assault on Reason. New York: Penguin, 2007. Levinson, Martin H. Book review 308
An account, Korzybski old chap, of this thing of ours. Strate, Lance 601
Arthur C. Clarke: abstractions. Clarke, Arthur C. 337
Arts reporting and the gradation of abstraction. Bongiovanni, Domenica Essay 1257
Dates and indexes. 1016
Do words have inherent meaning? Wright, David E. Report 5790
Examining five "over/under-defined" terms used in American political discourse. Levinson, Martin H. 2647
From 2001: A Space Odyssey. Clarke, Arthur C. Excerpt 808
From the Executive Director. Strate, Lance 856
Global warming as a metaphor. Gozzi, Raymond 589
How pseudo-scientists get away with it. Morain, Lloyd Essay 4667
I remember being born. Shuler, Loel B. 1303
In this issue. 734
Judith Rich Harris. No Two Alike: Human Nature and Human Individuality. New York: Norton, 2006. Levinson, Martin H. Book review 327
Lou Marinoff. The Middle Way: Finding Happiness in a World of Extremes. New York: Sterling, 2007. Levinson, Martin H. Book review 291
Mapping instruction with media. Hogg, Nanette; Eckloff, Maurine 2744
Misunderstanding media: a blurry "Vision of Students Today" (part one). Mielo, Gary 739
Misunderstanding media: a blurry "Vision of Students Today" (part two). Rawlins, James 738
Self. John, Nonist; Schaeffer, Jack Poem 1675
Shark value. Conroy, David Poem 344
Silent resonance. Winslow, Dale Poem 207
The Alphabet Versus the Goddess: the conflict between word & image. Shlain, Leonard 1444
When is a wall not a wall? Johnston, Paul Dennithorne Short story 2910
Why Johnny has difficulty making his point: general semantics, critical thinking, and student writing. Lyons, Tim Report 3183

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