Noam Chomsky

“Plainly, such an approach does not exclude other ways of trying to comprehend the world. Someone committed to it (as I am) can consistently believe (as I do) that we learn much more of human interest about how people think and feel and act by reading novels or studying history than from all of naturalistic psychology, and perhaps always will; similarly, the arts may offer appreciation of the heavens to which astrophysics cannot aspire.”


Noam Chomsky, Language and Thought
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Language and Thought (Anshen Transdisciplinary Lectureships in Art, Science and the Philosophy of Culture, #3) Language and Thought by Noam Chomsky
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