Noam Chomsky: The Relentless Class War

Dandelion Salad

with Noam Chomsky

University of California Television (UCTV) on Apr 28, 2014

Noam Chomsky Mural

Image by Tom Ipri via Flickr

Jan Nederveen Pieterse in conversation with Noam Chomsky, linguist, philosopher and political commentator. Chomsky is Emeritus professor of linguistics at MIT. Jan Nederveen Pieterse is professor of Global Studies and Sociology at University of California, Santa Barbara. Series: “Carsey-Wolf Center” [5/2014] [Humanities] [Show ID: 28120] (Visit:

[Q&A begins at 31:50]


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11 thoughts on “Noam Chomsky: The Relentless Class War

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  10. One of the best recent Chomsky discussions in my opinion.

    His extremely relevant thoughts on Newton for example, should be heeded and evaluated carefully by anyone with a coherent view of the way science has developed and its intellectual history is received.

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