Alphabetical Isomorphs

The simplest listing is alphabetical. It has the advantages of:

  1. Providing for very quick look up and access, whether electronically or in files. Putting items in this order allows one to go directly to the specific title of interest following the rules of alphabetical order for that language.
  2. Recognition that this is arbitrary otherwise in comparison to the other listing strategies and an artifact of the evolution of the language that is used and its semantics or semiotics.
  3. It should be mentioned, though, that some of the early Founders and colleagues regarded semiotics as already a general theory of systems in itself (see work of Dr. James G. Miller) and so is relevant to GSTs.