Noam Chomsky is a renowned scholar, the founder of the modern science of. .
Noam Chomsky is a renowned scholar, the founder of the modern science of linguistics, a philosopher, a poli-tical and social analyst, a media critic, and author of more than one hundred books. Recipient of numerous prizes and awards, Chomsky ranks with Marx, Shakespeare and the Bible as one of the ten most quoted sources in the -humanities.
An enormous chronological collection of over fifty interviews.
Noam Chomsky is an intellectual, political activist, and critic of the foreign policy of the United States and other governments
Noam Chomsky is an intellectual, political activist, and critic of the foreign policy of the United States and other governments. Noam Chomsky describes himself as a libertarian socialist, a sympathizer of anarcho-syndicalism, and is considered to be a key intellectual figure within the left-wing of politics of the United States. Chomsky is often described as one of the best-known figures of the American left, although he doesn't agree with the usage of the term.
Chomsky, Noam; Otero, Carlos Peregrín, 1930 .
Chomsky, Noam; Otero, Carlos Peregrín, 1930-. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.
Today we offer a collection of Chomsky’s political books and interviews . Noam Chomsky Calls Postmodern Critiques of Science Over-Inflated Polysyllabic Truisms.
Today we offer a collection of Chomsky’s political books and interviews free to read online, courtesy of Znet. While these texts come from the 1990s, it’s surprising how fresh and relevant they still sound today. Deterring Democracy (1991): Chomsky details the major shift in global politics that has left the United States unchallenged as the preeminent military power even as its economic might has declined drastically in the face of competition from Germany and Japan. Filmmaker Michel Gondry Presents an Animated Conversation with Noam Chomsky.
Noam Chomsky, Deterring Democracy, (London: Verso Books, 1991). Noam Chomsky, Terrorizing the Neighborhood: American Foreign Policy in the Post–Cold War Era, (San Francisco: AK Press & Pressure Drop Press, 1991). Noam Chomsky, The Cold War and the University, The Cold War and the University: Toward an Intellectual History of the Postwar Years, Ira Katznelson, Richard C. Lewontin, David Montgomery, Laura Nader, Richard Ohmann, Ray Siever, Immanuel Wallerstein and Howard Zinn, contributors, (New York: The New Press, 1997), 171–194.