Chomsky versus Pinker on Human Nature and Politics View Full Text


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DATE

2015

AUTHORS

James McGilvray

ABSTRACT

The political writings of Steven Pinker and Noam Chomsky differ in style, audience, and content. Pinker is a stylist; he wrote a book (2014) advising others how to write. Chomsky’s fact- and irony-rich works demand the reader’s critical participation; they do not try to persuade or charm. Pinker’s work is welcomed by the establishment; Chomsky’s criticism is ignored or rejected. Pinker’s writing expresses few qualms about the social hierarchies, differences in power, capacity to dominate and acquire, and unequal rewards of capitalist economic systems—systems that by their natures and in practice induce considerable disparities in income, power, and wealth. Chomsky is an egalitarian who holds that everyone should have an equal say in economic and political matters that affect them, even suggesting that an ideal system would accord equal reward to all (1981). More... »

PAGES

121-138

Book

TITLE

Noam Chomsky

ISBN

978-1-349-56778-2
978-1-137-32021-6

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URI

http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-1-137-32021-6_7

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-137-32021-6_7

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