General Semantics as Applied Physico-Mathematical Method
by Alfred Korzybski
Listen to Alfred Korzybski lecture before the Society of Friends of Scripta Mathematica at Horace Mann Auditorium, Teachers College, Columbia University in New York City, recorded on November 10, 1947. (Note: The speaker at the beginning of the recording erroneously says the year of the lecture was 1948.)
Sam Rosen introduces Alfred Korzybski.
This is part of a two-lecture series Korzybski presented for the Society. The series was titled "Mathematical Method as a Way of Life." Korzybski delivered his first lecture on November 3, 1947, and it was titled "The Structure of Mathematics and Human Evaluation."
Around an hour and a half in length, the recording was digitized from a reel rescued from the Institute of General Semantics archives.
Approximate Running Time: 1:31:05
Available as a downloadable .zip file including 1 .mp3 audio file. (Note: The .zip file is 125 MB and may take a little time to download.)