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Chomsky on Linguistics

Noam Chomsky, legendary MIT professor, practically invented modern linguistics. In addition to his pioneering work in that field he has been a leading voice for peace and social justice for many decades. Edward Said said of him, “Noam Chomsky is one of the most significant challengers of unjust power and delusions; he goes against every assumption about American altruism and humanitarianism.” The New Statesman describes him as, "The conscience of the American people." He is the author of scores of books, including Hopes & Prospects, Occupy, How The World Works, and Power Systems with David Barsamian.

Programs Featuring Chomsky on Linguistics

Date Recorded     Handle Program Title Audio Sample?    
1977: 05/06 #CHON-LING004 A Naturalist Approach to Language and Cognition  
2013: 05/01 #CHON-LING016 Fifty Years of Linguistics at MIT  
2013: 11/12 #CHON-LING019 Generative Grammar  
1988: 01/28 #CHON-LING007 Language & Interpretation: Philosophical Reflections  
1995: 01/23 #CHON-LING014 Language & Nature  
1992: 11/23 #CHON-LING010 Language and the Cognitive Revolution  
1990: 02/02 #CHON-LING008 Language and the Cognitive Sciences  
1988: 01/25 #CHON-LING005 Language in a Psychological Setting  
1992: 01/14 #CHON-LING009 Language: Asking the Right Questions  
1998: 04/20 #CHON-LING015 Language: Continuity & Innovation  
1993: 03/10 #CHON-LING013 Naturalism & Dualism  
2013: 05/01 #CHON-LING017 Pedagogy of the Oppressed  
1968: 07/16 #CHON-LING001 Philosophy & Linguistics  
1977: 05/06 #CHON-LING003 Principles of Language Structure  
1969: 01/10 #CHON-LING002 The Phenomena of Language  
2013: 07/25 #CHON-LING018 What is Language?  
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