Noam Chomsky: Ecology, Ethics, Anarchism

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with Noam Chomsky

Javier Castro on Mar 31, 2014

Nuclear Extinction

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Noam Chomsky interviewed by Javier Sethness Castro at MIT on 28 March 2014. The conversation revolves around the present and future role of anarchism, anarcho-syndicalism, and indigenous struggle in terms of the profound ecological crisis we confront today as a result of capitalist hegemony.

Many thanks to Patrick Wilson, Suren Moodliar, and Dan Kontoff in terms of logistics, and to Sasha Ross, John Clark, and Paul Messersmith-Glavin for advice on the questions.

see

Noam Chomsky: We Are Moving Towards A Precipice Which Is Of Extreme Danger

Agriculture in a Changing World with Noam Chomsky et al.

Chomsky on Anarchy and Anarcho-Syndicalism + Transcript + Chomsky: Current Economic System Is ‘Pure Savagery’

Noam Chomsky: The Fukushima Nuclear Disaster and the Future of Nuclear Power

Noam Chomsky: What is Anarchism? + Q&A

The Last Hours of Humanity: Warming the World to Extinction

The Mondragon Experiment – Corporate Cooperativism (1980)

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