Abstracting in the 21st Century-"Korzybski and Heidegger: Time-Binding and Existence"
School of Communications
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
My paper explores the intersections and divergences between the ideas of Martin Heidegger and Alfred Korzybski. A common thread between their work is the way that temporality defines the human. A major point of difference is that Heidegger's notion of world always includes "others" as a backside, while General Semantics in the Korzybskian legacy is largely left without an "other" in the world.
102nd Annual Convention of the Eastern Communication Association
Anton, Corey, "Abstracting in the 21st Century-"Korzybski and Heidegger: Time-Binding and Existence"" (2010). Faculty Scholarly Dissemination Grants. Paper 68.
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