Focusing on his contributions to linguistics, Introducing Chomsky traces Noam Chomsky's understanding of cognitive realities in the use of language and the technical apparatus needed to represent it. The book also describes Chomsky's radical critique of power institutions and the pathways of oppression and his commitment to freedom and justice.
About the Author
John Maher has won the Francis McManus Short Story Award, the P.J. O'Connor Radio Play Award, with R.T.E. Radio, the Arts Council of Ireland's premier award, The Lar Cassidy Memorial Award for a novel-in-progress, along with other awards and fellowships. Born in 1954, he lives in Rathdowney, Co. Laois and has three children.
Judy Groves is a painter, graphic designer and illustrator. She has illustrated numerous titles.