Psychiatry, Psychology, & Neurology

Korzybski had accepted that ‘…all we know is a joint phenomenon of the observer and the observed…’ One could no longer study how people know what they presume they know (epistemology) without scientific understanding (at a given date) of the ‘physical’, ‘neuro-biological’, ‘psycho-social’, ‘linguistic’, etc., factors affecting human observers.

— Bruce Kodish, Korzybski: A Biography


Book Review: The Structure Of Scientific RevolutionsHomeThe Phatic And The Anti-Inductive

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