NOAM CHOMSKY’S DEWEY LECTURES NOW AVAILABLE
The Journal of Philosophy’s December 2013 issue features three lectures by Noam Chomsky delivered at Columbia University at the invitation of its Department of Philosophy. Collectively titled What Kind of Creatures Are We?, the lectures address the nature of language, human knowledge, and the common good.
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