Noam Chomsky discusses how so-called free trade agreements, such as the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership, enrich corporations while creating migration crises, among other topics such as the Islamic State group and the media.
Political philosopher Noam Chomsky discusses the dismal state of the American media and the collapse of democracy in preparation for the release of a new documentary about his life. By MintPress News Desk Though he originally entered academia as a linguist and philosopher, Noam Chomsky has become famous for his controversial, thought-provoking writings on global [...]
Few individuals polarize the public with their opinions, statements and mere presence, like Noam Chomsky. The 86 year old linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, logician, political commentator, social justice activist, and anarcho-syndicalist...Show More Summary
The renowned activist and linguist weighs in on the recent shift in relations between Cuba and the United States, as well as drone strikes in Yemen, leftist parties Syriza and Podemos in Greece and Spain, among several current event...
The massive debt of Greece should be written off, political thinker Noam Chomsky told the Euronews television.
Noam Chomsky says some things Israel does "really shock me" -- like separating Palestinian and Jewish mothers in separate maternity wards at Israeli hospitals, according to Ruchama Marton of Physicians for Human Rights
This week saw the release of Tyler, the Creator's new album Cherry Bomb. Last night, he sat down with PBS's Tavis Smiley (on the same episode as Noam Chomsky!) to talk about the album, his new app, working with jazz artist Roy Ayers, going to school in Los Angeles, and more. Watch their conversation below. Watch Odd Future do "Radicals" at Pitchfork Music Festival:
Nearly three decades after the publication of his groundbreaking critique of the Western mainstream press, Noam Chomsky still believes the media is complicit in "manufacturing consent."
Tonight, I'm joined for a rare conversation with world-renowned academic and activist, Professor Noam Chomsky of MIT. Called "arguably the most important intellectual alive" by the New York Times, Chomsky joins us for a nuanced discussion...Show More Summary
In conversation with theoretical physicist and cosmologist Lawrence Krauss, Noam Chomsky explains why American exceptionalism is neither unique nor correct and how U.S. foreign policy only benefits the most powerful Americans.
The linguist and philosopher on the warped coverage of Putin's Russia and the ways we whitewash our war crimes
Describing a shift in popular opinion, activist and linguist Noam Chomsky contends in a recent video chat interview that “there is the potential for a kind of reassessment of the blind support for Israel.”
In a talk aired on C-SPAN in March, the world-renowned linguist discusses his book of essays “Masters of Mankind: Essays and Lectures, 1969-2013,” and answers questions about Israeli politics.
I’m about 20% of the way into my new writing project “You Are Blind” – a look at how propaganda works in a corporatocracy – and it’s going very well. Meanwhile, OpEdNews has this excellent new article by Noam Chomsky. He starts by quoting international...Show More Summary
The propaganda model is a theory advanced by Edward S. Herman and Noam Chomsky that alleges systemic biases in the mass media and seeks to explain them in terms of structural economic causes. The 20th century has been characterized...Show More Summary
Yesterday I spent some time transcribing the podcast interview I did with Noam Chomsky way back in 2005 for the book I’m working on. If you haven’t heard that episode, I highly recommend having a listen, even through the audio quality leaves a lot to be desired. Show More Summary
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Today I talk about what I’ve learned recently from the following books: Shantaram by Gregory David Roberts (2003) The Rise And Fall Of The Great Powers by Paul Kennedy (1988) Understanding Power by Noam Chomsky (2002) I also talk about...Show More Summary
Paraphrasing George Orwell’s virtually unread introduction to “Animal Farm,” the renowned linguist explains how listening to the the media, which is owned by the wealthy, and receiving a “good education” can suppress free thought.
Many Americans have only the "right to scrounge" for their survival. Identifying the lack of a robust labor movement as one of the chief inhibitors to social justice in the United States, the leftist intellectual Noam Chomsky decried...Show More Summary