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Noam Chomsky is among the most influential contemporary thinkers. Peter Wilkin's first aim is to examine Chomsky's ideas about naturalism in the context of contemporary debates about this theme in social and political inquiry. His second aim is to give an overview and defence of Chomsky's ideas about knowledge, power and human nature. The arguments Wilkin is developing are derived from ideas put forward by Chomsky and are not the ones that he would necessarily agree with.
The book has black boards and gilt titles. The covers have light handling marks and corners and spine ends are bumped. It is an ex-library book (The John Rylands University Library at Manchester) with the usual stamps and reference markings, including a lending list attached to the front free end paper and stamps on the text block edges. Pages 17 and 18 have a few under-linings and pencil notes in the margins.
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