The Eccentric Polish Count Who Influenced Classic SF’s Greatest Writers

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Korzybski coined the well-known slogan, “The map is not the territory,” to sum up this idea.

An essay on the most famous SF author you’ve never read or heard of.  Golden Age of SF era. Think Heinlein and Campbell.

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One Response to The Eccentric Polish Count Who Influenced Classic SF’s Greatest Writers

  1. andreart2013 says:

    Interesting that one man’s ideas should have such far-reaching impact on literature and religion. I read many of those books in the 60s and 70s, never recognizing their common source.

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