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* Hayakawa, S. I .: " From Science-Fiction to Fiction-Science ," in ETC: A Review of General Semantics, Vol.
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His fellow students — there were 38 in all — included young Samuel I. Hayakawa ( later to become a Republican member of the U. S. Senate ), Ralph Moriarty deBit ( later to become the spiritual teacher Vitvan ) and Wendell Johnson ( founder of the Monster Study ).
This led to alliances between Japanese calculator manufacturers and U. S. semiconductor companies: Canon Inc. with Texas Instruments, Hayakawa Electric ( later known as Sharp Corporation ) with North-American Rockwell Microelectronics, Busicom with Mostek and Intel, and General Instrument with Sanyo.
He said that Dianetics " forms a bridge between " cybernetics and General Semantics ( a set of ideas about education originated by Alfred Korzybski, which received much attention in the science fiction world in the 1940s ) — a claim denied by scholars of General Semantics, including S. I. Hayakawa, who expressed strong criticism of Dianetics as early as 1951.
The decision was supported by a unanimous vote in both houses of the California State Legislature, the national Japanese American Citizens League, and S. I. Hayakawa, then a United States Senator from California.
In 1983, Dr. John Tanton and U. S. Senator S. I. Hayakawa founded a political lobbying organization, U. S. English.
U. S. English is the umbrella name for two American political advocacy groups founded in 1983 by Senator S. I. Hayakawa and Dr. John Tanton to advocate the adoption of the English language as the official language of the United States of America.
In 1982, Wilson won the Republican primary in California to replace the retiring U. S. Senator S. I. Hayakawa.
The first ascent in 1925 was made by members of the Japanese Alpine Club: S. Hashimoto, H. Hatano, T. Hayakawa, Y. Maki, Y. Mita, N. Okabe.
Hayakawa founded the political lobbying organization U. S. English, which is dedicated to making the English language the official language of the United States.
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Some of the General Semantics tradition was continued by Samuel I. Hayakawa, who had a dispute with Korzybski.
At the time, the major male star was Wallace Reid, with a fair complexion, light eyes, and an All American look, with Valentino the opposite, eventually supplanting Sessue Hayakawa as Hollywood's most popular " exotic " male lead.
Hayakawa ( 1906 – 1992 ), speech professor Wendell Johnson, speech professor Irving J. Lee, and others assembled elements of general semantics into a package suitable for incorporation into mainstream communications curricula.
Language considerations figure prominently in general semantics, and three language and communications specialists who embraced general semantics, university professors and authors Hayakawa, Wendell Johnson and Neil Postman, played major roles in framing general semantics, especially for non-readers of Science and Sanity.
Hayakawa read The Tyranny of Words, then Science and Sanity, and in 1939 he attended a Korzybski-led workshop conducted at the newly organized Institute of General Semantics in Chicago.
In the introduction to his own Language in Action, a 1941 Book of the Month Club selection, Hayakawa wrote, " principles have in one way or another influenced almost every page of this book ...." But, Hayakawa followed Chase's lead in interpreting general semantics as making communication its defining concern.
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In 1985, Hayakawa gave this defense to an interviewer: " I wanted to treat general semantics as a subject, in the same sense that there's a scientific concept known as gravitation, which is independent of Isaac Newton.
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* Hayakawa is mentioned in the voice-over in the coda of Stevie Wonder's song " Black Man ," from the album Songs in the Key of Life.
Hayakawa sought to bring muga, or the " absence of doing ," closely akin to the concept of less is more to his performances, in direct contrast to the then-popular studied poses and broad gestures.
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ETC magazine was founded by Hayakawa, who was a professor at San Francisco State College and member of the U. S. Senate during the Carter administration.
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until 1970 — Korzybski and his followers at the Institute of General Semantics began to complain that Hayakawa had wrongly coopted general semantics.
Includes Hayakawa ’ s essays “ General Semantics and the Cold War Mentality ” and “ Semantics and Sexuality .”