This is a radical critique on the philosophical thinking of Noam Chomsky. The writer took a critical view of Chomsky's tacit support for bi-nationalism between Arabs and Jews in Palestine; his support for cultural separation and separate development for Arabs and Jews; Chomsky's strong assertion for the sovereign independence of kibbutz-like communal entities. Anilrai utilized various logical arguments to analyse Chomsky's philosophical assertions and to understand Chomsky's dispersed and sometimes divergent political thinking. The writer sought to analyse and to understand Chomsky's perspective and understanding of human rights from within the context of socialist libertarianism. The final part of this critique suggests an entirely new model for Chomsky's reasoning and advocates reasons for radical economic change, radical social change and radical political change.
Anilrai Inderjeeth Sangham
Dr. Anilrai Sangham is a South African citizen affiliated to the faculty of Management Sciences at the Durban University of Technology. He has an ongoing interest in the abuse of human rights in capitalist societies with specific reference to Noam Chomsky and his political and social philosophy. Dr. Sangham is an active social science researcher.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Anarchism, Communalism, Human Rights, Separate Development, Socialist Libertarianism
POLITICAL SCIENCE / General