About the Institute
and academic nonprofit organization, 501(c)(3) established in 1983,
the institute has combined a series of methodological programs including,
but not limited to, Gaston Bachelard, J. Samuel Bois, Alfred Korzybski,
Arthur Bentley, Stephen Pepper, David Bohm, Bertrand Russell, Kenneth
Boulding. We will utilize J. Samuel Bois' and William J.
Williams' processes and methods; which emphasize the application
of Epistemics, general semantics and the epistemological
profile. With a special emphasis on the application and generation
of knowledge that is innovative, transcends disciplines (non disciplinary
or discipline of disciplines), epistemological and methodological.
The Institute's goal is to emphasize applied epistemology through
the discipline of epistemics. Applied epistemology embraces and provides
methods for therapy, psychology, cognitive psychology,
cognitive sciences, psychiatry, the disciplines of liberal studies,
ethics, law, humanities, business, public and private interests,
medicine, and the natural and social sciences.