Informed World View

Differences that make a difference

This is not a pipe.
You can’t eat the menu.
I know I cannot paint a flower.
What can be shown cannot be said.
A symbol is not what is symbolized.
The stimulus is not the response.
The map is not the territory.
The word is not the thing.


A World View

A World View

Or orientation, derived from premises that acknowledge the differences that make humans human: physiological, neurological, psychological, linguistic, behavioral. Toward an Informed World View.


General Semantics

General Semantics

How symbols and language define human capacities, and limitations, for experiencing, learning, and communicating with ourselves and others. Instructional and explanatory materials.


Brain MRI

Brain & Behavior

A prerequisite for an informed understanding of how we experience and adapt to our world is to understand how brains function. Includes summaries from a 32-part televised brain series.


A Point of View

A Point of View

Commentaries reflecting my own views, consistent (IMO) with the principles of GS and an informed orientation. Newspaper columns, journal articles, essays, publicity, since the 1990s.