In Popular Culture
- Hayakawa's work in General Semantics is referred to extensively in A.E. Van Vogt's Null-A novels, The World of Null-A and The Pawns of Null-A.
- 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.
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