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1 's a radical claim about the origin of language associated with the guy who we met when we talked about behaviorism who wrote A Review of Verbal Behavior, the linguist Noam Chomsky.
2 MIT linguist Noam Chomsky asserted that the way children acquire language is so effortless that it must have a biological foundation.
3 In the 1960s, linguist Noam Chomsky correctly noted that there are an infinite number of English phrases; for example "big deal," "really big deal," "really, really big deal," and so on.
4 Freeman Dyson and Steven Weinberg wrote regularly for the New York Review of Books. Noam Chomsky's left-wing politics eclipsed his scholarly work in linguistics.
5 would cause not a ripple if MIT's famous intellectual subversive, Noam Chomsky, were invited to speak to the annual capitalist jamboree in Davos.
6 But it's key “to breaking the monopoly and verbal hegemony” of the West, according to remarks released last year by Xinhua's president, Li Congjun, who often sounds like he's channeling Noam Chomsky.
7 Based on "modern" linguistics, the former model comparatively discusses Noam Chomsky's theory of the deep structure and Nida's theory of the deep structure.
8 But linguists such as Noam Chomsky were highly critical of the research.
9 But the idea went out of favor with scientists when Noam Chomsky's theories of language gained popularity in the 1960s and '70s.
10 fierce debate exists in linguistics between those, such as Noam Chomsky, who think that all languages function roughly the same way in the brain and those who do not.
11 This idea, put forward by Noam Chomsky in the 1960s, is no longer unchallenged.
12 Much as I admire Noam Chomsky, I'm afraid he's very wrong here.
13 Since early 1980s Noam Chomsky developed a theory of universal grammar (UG) know as the principle-an-parameters theory.
14 Similarly, Noam Chomsky describes anarchism, alongside libertarian Marxism, as "the libertarian wing of socialism".
15 Other signers and RESIST members included Mitchell Goodman, Henry Braun, Denise Levertov, Noam Chomsky, William Sloane Coffin, Dwight Macdonald, Robert Lowell, and Norman Mailer.
16 About anarcho-capitalism, Noam Chomsky says: Anarcho-capitalism, in my opinion, is a doctrinal system which, if ever implemented, would lead to forms of tyranny and oppression that have few counterparts in human history.
17 Empirical testing of the Whorfian hypothesis declined in the 1960s to 1980s as Noam Chomsky began to redefine linguistics and much of psychology in formal universalist terms.
18 Eric Lenneberg, Noam Chomsky, and Steven Pinker have also criticized Whorf for failing to be sufficiently clear in his formulation of how language influences thought, and for failing to provide real evidence to support his assumptions.
19 Although Noam Chomsky was highly critical of Verbal Behavior, he conceded that Skinner's "S-R psychology" was worth a review.
20 Noam Chomsky, a prominent critic of Skinner, published a review of Skinner's Verbal Behavior two years after it was published.
21 Jane Jacobs described it as a natural consequence of collusion between those managing power and trade while Noam Chomsky has argued that the word crony is superfluous when describing capitalism.
22 Some economists and left-wing academics including Richard D. Wolff and Noam Chomsky, as well as many Marxist philosophers and revolutionaries such as Raya Dunayevskaya and C.L.R. James, argue that the economies of the former Soviet Union and Eastern Bloc represented a form of state capitalism because their internal organization within enterprises and the system of wage labor remained intact.
23 Noam Chomsky contrasts conspiracy theory to institutional analysis which focuses mostly on the public, long-term behavior of publicly known institutions, as recorded in, for example, scholarly documents or mainstream media reports.
24 In 1959, Noam Chomsky published a scathing review of B. F. Skinner's book Verbal Behavior.
25 In the realm of linguistics, Noam Chomsky and George Lakoff have been influential (both have also become notable as political commentators).
26 Other contributions have been made by Marvin Minsky and Noam Chomsky.
27 The ideas derive from the context-free grammar concepts by Noam Chomsky, a linguist.
28 This hierarchy of grammars was described by Noam Chomsky in 1956.
29 Some textbooks actually define CSGs as non-contracting, although this is not how Noam Chomsky defined them in 1959.
30 (i.e. various subjectivities are created through power relations that are culturally specific, which lead to various forms of culturally specific governmentality such as neoliberal governmentality.) Informed by the works of Noam Chomsky, Foucault, and Antonio Gramsci, Edward Saïd is a founding figure of postcolonialism, established with the book Orientalism (1978), a humanist critique of The Enlightenment, which criticizes Western knowledge of "The East"—specifically the English and the French constructions of what is and what is not "Oriental".