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La naturaleza humana: justicia versus poder: Un debate
La naturaleza humana: justicia versus poder: Un debate
La naturaleza humana: justicia versus poder: Un debate
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La naturaleza humana: justicia versus poder: Un debate

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En noviembre de 1971, la televisión holandesa transmitió un diálogo entre Noam Chomsky y Michel Foucault, moderado por Fons Elders, que se inscribía en la serie de encuentros organizados por el International Philosophers Project. Ya en la presentación del encuentro, y anticipando lo que posiblemente ocurriría, Elders caracterizó a los oponentes como -dos obreros que estuviesen perforando un túnel en una montaña, cada uno desde un lado opuesto, con instrumentos diferentes, y sin saber si se encontrarán-.
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Fecha de lanzamiento1 feb 2006
La naturaleza humana: justicia versus poder: Un debate
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Noam Chomsky

Noam Chomsky is Institute Professor Emeritus at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Laureate Professor at the University of Arizona. Author of American Power and the New Mandarins and Manufacturing Consent (with Ed Herman), among many other books, he is a linguist, historian, philosopher, and cognitive scientist who has risen to prominence in the American consciousness as a political activist and the nation's foremost public intellectual.

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  • Calificación: 3 de 5 estrellas
    An interesting debate to be sure. As a whole, this book felt more like footnotes, or a dinner discussion; nothing was decided and nothing tied the debate and the other interviews in the book together. The most useful part of the book was that Foucault gave some solid historical evidence for things that he cites a lot in his better-known stuff that I had to read in college.
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    an awkward debate. mostly chomsky misunderstanding foucault, and foucault attempting to find some common concerns to speak to. foucault develops an interesting conception of a "grille" that filters generational mentalities, and has a good quip abt the proletariat seizing power, but thats abt it in terms of interesting material
  • Calificación: 2 de 5 estrellas
    Chomsky's parts are interesting, if revealing of his always tendentious reasoning. (Something he is not doubt neither shy nor regretful about, nor unaware of.) This is problematic in a few passages where he seems to pretty blatantly assume what is to be proven, etc. But he makes some intersting points.

    Focault... why is this guy so famous? He can't communicate clearly. He wanders all over without ever really making a point, continually begging off, continually hedging. Where he takes a stand it is to say, essentially, might makes right. As long as "right" people are powerful... maybe... except maybe not... but might does make right... sort of.

    Now, let me spend 25 pages talking about shepherds, as explanation, history and analogy (you, reader, attempt to choose in what mix) for what could have been said in a page and a half.

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    This is a transcription of the debate between Noam Chomsky and Michel Foucault. Though the title seems general enough, the debate is highly specialized, and probably only understandable to those trained in both modern and postmodern (post-structuralist) linguistics and postmodern philosophy, especially social thought. The video of the debates can also be found on various sites around the internet; I think youtube/google video has the full debate. Kind of confusing, since Chomsky speaks in English and Foucault in French. Two powerhouses though, that's for sure.

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