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on 6 October 2003
Ted Falconar manages to condense Korzybyski's system of non-Aristotilian thinking (Nous) into a very well written example that demonstrates the many functions of language and how language shapes our thinking and meaning-making processes. This book goes a step further by evaluating the similarities between Eastern teachings and non-Aristotelian thinking as proposed by Alfred Korzybski in 1933.
Part philosophy, part epistemology; an highly enjoyable and practical read that is highly recommended for anyone on the road to better understand themselves and others.
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