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Chomsky for beginners / David Cogswell ; illustrated by Paul Gordon

Cogswell, David.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: Danbury : Amazon.Com, Inc., 2007Description: 153 p.ISBN: 1-934389-17-X.Subject(s): Chomsky, Noam, 1928- -- Crítica e interpretación
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Noam Chomsky has written over 30 books, he is the most-quoted author on earth, the New York Times calls him أarguably the most important intellectual aliveö ا yet most people have no idea who he is or what hes̕ about.Chomsky For Beginners tells you what hes̕ about: Chomsky is known for his work in two distinct areas ا Linguistics andі أgadflying.ö (أGadfly,ö the word applied to Socrates. comes closest to the constant social irritant that Chomsky has become.) It is Chomskys̕ work as Political Gadfly and Media Critic that has given passion and hope to the general public ا and alienated the Major Media ا which, of course, is why you dont̕ know more about him.

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