Levels of Knowing and Existence

Levels Of Knowing And Existence

Levels of Knowing and Existence: Studies in General Semantics (Harper and Row 1959) is a textbook written by Professor Harry L. Weinberg that provides a broad overview of General Semantics in language accessible to the layman.

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