The presentation gives a brief overview of general semantics and its founder Alfred Korzybski’s vision, mentions five linguistic devices he recommended for making one’s language more correspondent with empirical reality, and introduces two new extensional devices to the list.
The 15-minute video was uploaded to the IGS YouTube channel here.
Each video is dedicated to a chapter in my book, and each fleshes out the topics in the chapter for even better understanding.
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Today I taught the second of a two-day session in long-form improv at Otterbein College.
The session culimated with a fun, informal performance in which 4 new improv teams each performed a La Ronde. The show was outstanding, especially considering that most of these students had never improvised in front of an audience.
Today I took new headshots with photographer Deborah Lopez.
Also, I flew into Columbus, OH, to teach a weekend crash course in long-form improv to the theater majors at Otterbein College.