International Society for General Semantics (ISGS)
Société internationale de sémantique générale
1943 Chicago IL USA
1943, Chicago IL (USA), as 'Society for General Semantics'. Registered in the state of Illinois (USA). Jan 2004, merged with (US) Institute of General Semantics.
Advance knowledge and inquiry into non-Aristotelian systems and general semantics through publications, seminars, lectures, research and other appropriate educational and scientific means; explore how language shapes human society and the image of oneself and others; uncover limitations and rigidities of language, encouraging adjustment to the changing non-verbal world; improve ability to think critically; discover more effective language for thinking, expressing feelings, reviewing action and predicting and planning for the future.
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