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Noam Chomsky is credited as a linguist, philosopher, cognitive scientist, historian, activist and the 'father of modern linguistics' (Wikipedia) having also taught linguistics at MIT for 50 years! A long time favourite on lecture circuits and in progressive media as well as a best-selling author, his most recent publications are his latest book appropriately titled "Occupy" and the Occupied Media Pamphlet series.
In a conversation with organizers Mikal Kamil and Ian Escuela in an Interoccupy tele-conference call earlier this year, Noam Chomsky talked about how the Occupy Movement dramatically changed the national and global dialogue bringing the subject of income inequality to the 'fore,' how the next phase of Occupy is already developing, gives advice on what he sees as the next major engagements of actions for Occupy moving forward, and more!
The following reposted article from The Guardian UK includes a transcript from the discussion on Interoccupy as well as quotes from his book "Occupy."