Explaining Chomsky’s strange science: a reply to Randy Allen Harris
“I am attempting to explain Chomsky’s part in the postwar overthrow of behaviourism and the dramatic triumph of the so-called ‘cognitive revolution’.”
Why Chomsky felt ‘guilty most of the time’: war research and linguistics at MIT
This article continues our ongoing debate on whether military funding affected Chomsky's linguistics. The author contests the argument that, for the renowned linguist, such funding was always a non-issue.
Chomsky’s choice: how the linguist’s early military work led to a life of campaigning against the military
Noam Chomsky’s choice was to launch himself as an outspoken anti-militarist activist even while remaining in one of the US’s most prestigious military labs. It came at a cost.