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Noam Chomsky

Influential Intellectual Activist, Supporter of Palestine

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Date of Birth:



Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

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Why Featured?

Prominent academic and advocate for Palestinian rights

Brief bio

Noam Chomsky is an American linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, and political activist known for his critique of media and U.S. foreign policy, particularly regarding Israel and Palestine. His academic work and public speeches have influenced discussions around Palestinian rights and U.S. involvement in the Middle East.

Major Milestones


  • Academic Achievements: Developed groundbreaking theories in linguistics, revolutionizing the field.

  • MIT Professorship: Long tenure at MIT where he expanded his research into linguistics and politics.

  • Political Activism: Became a vocal critic of U.S. foreign policies and media practices...See More

  • Published Works: Authored numerous influential books on politics, media, and international relations.

  • Public Advocacy: Engaged in public debates and lectures that critically address the Israeli war on Palestine...See More

  • Foundational Linguistic Theories: His theories on universal grammar have set the basis for modern linguistics.

  • Critique of Media Manipulation: Introduced the concept of "manufacturing consent," how media shapes public perception...See More

  • Advocacy for Palestinian Rights: Publicly criticized Israeli policies and U.S. support for Israel...See More

  • Intellectual Influence: His thoughts and works have influenced many in the fields of linguistics, media studies, and politics.

  • Educational Impact: Mentored countless students and influenced other academics through his critical approach to social justice and policy analysis.

Date of Last Update: 
May 9, 2024

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