Avram Noam Chomsky, an American professor of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, is one of the most-cited scientists in the world. This is due in part to his rich work (he has written over 100 books), but also to many, often moving, quotes. He is called the father of modern linguistics, and by far Chomsky's greatest contribution to the achievements of mankind is his theory of linguistics.
But he is not only a respected and highly valued scientist. He became famous for his bold, often ruthless views on geopolitics and manipulation, which we are subject to more and more in the modern world. He is loved and despised equally. He does not shy away from being heard in good times as well as bad. He gained notoriety for his often radical political views, which he describes as a "libertarian socialist." Which in American conditions requires tremendous courage.
Today I would like to share a THEORY OF MANIPULATION that Chomsky developed while observing the modern world. I am very curious if and which points will appeal to you the most or cause you to associate it with something that you actually know from your own experience.