Noam Chomsky receives Erich Fromm Award 2010

     |    Tuesday January 19th, 2010

The International Erich Fromm Society recognizes with this award the lifework of Noam Chomsky, especially his – from public opinion uninfluenced – political convictions, which center on the right to life and dignity of all of mankind, especially perhaps the powerless. As did Erich Fromm, Chomsky boldly and deliberately speaks a language of reason that 

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Noam Chomsky Meets with Chavez in Venezuela

     |    Wednesday October 7th, 2009

James Suggett, August 28, 2009 U.S. author, dissident intellectual, and Professor of Linguistics at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology Noam Chomsky met for the first time with Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez in Caracas and analyzed hemispheric politics during a nationally televised forum on Monday. Chomsky is well known in Venezuela for his critiques of U.S. 

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The Radical Intellectual

     |    Wednesday October 7th, 2009

Wolfgang B. Sperlich   Resurgence, January, 2007   Born in 1928 in Philadelphia, to Russian immigrant parents, Noam Chomsky was brought up in a tough Irish and German neighbourhood. At an early age he was sent to a Deweyite experimental school where children were encouraged to learn for learning’s sake. He responded amazingly well and 

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