AKML

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AKMLAvada Kedavra My Life (Harry Potter series-inspired slang)
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AKML lecturers include Jacob Bronowski, Lancelot Law Whyte, and Robert R.
Moran, Professor of Media Ecology in the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University, presented the 65th AKML lecture.
[Following is the original author biography given in the 1970 AKML program notes]
Heffer's graphic image was also featured on the program cover from the 64th Annual Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture (AKML) held this year in New York City.
Albert Ellis, the founder of rational emotive behavior therapy (REBT), was quite candid in his 1991 AKML talk that REBT is heavily indebted to general semantics ideas.
The sixty-first annual Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture Series (AKML) was held at the Princeton Club in New York City on October 25-27, 2013.
And the IGS has continued to sponsor the Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture (AKML).
Haines: The Alaska Municipal League is a voluntary, nonprofit, nonpartisan, statewide organization of 162 cities, boroughs, and unified municipalities, representing more than 97 percent of Alaska's residents, akml.org
The 60th Annual Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture (AKML) and two-day symposium took place on October 26-28 at the Princeton Club in New York City.
Haines: The Alaska Municipal League is a voluntary, nonprofit, non-partisan, statewide organization of 162 cities, boroughs, and unified municipalities, representing more than 97 percent of Alaska's residents, akml.org
As a theorist, Bateson built upon the notion of difference, and a difference that makes a difference in original and significant ways for the human sciences, starting it seems with his AKML paper: "Form, Substance, and Difference," which I read soon after it was published and which I still recommend most highly.
AML Winter Legislative Meeting Juneau: The Alaska Municipal League is a voluntary, nonprofit, nonpartisan, statewide organization of 162 cities, boroughs, and unified municipalities, representing over 97 percent of Alaska's residents, akml.org