Ecology, Ethics, Anarchism

Noam Chomsky interviewed by Javier Sethness Castro at MIT on 28 March 2014. The conversation revolves around the present and future role of anarchism, anarcho-syndicalism, and indigenous struggle in terms of the profound ecological crisis we confront today as a result of capitalist hegemony.


  1. george patterson April 6, 2014 4:04 pm 

    This Q & A session definitely provides a concise, pragmatic, wide-ranging and extremely useful , even visionary, exchange that is desperately needed. I pray, wish, and hope it receives the widest possible viewership that is ultimately vital if we are going to save our species, all other species, and our planet from extinction and destruction. Thus, we must cultivate ecology, ethics, and anarchism in a grassroots, global, social democratic and socialist movement if we and the rest of this planet is going to survive. It is imperative that we do this individually and collectively as soon as possible.

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    Gary Olson April 5, 2014 10:08 am 

    This Q & A session provides a concise, wide-ranging and extremely useful exchange. I hope it receives the widest possible viewership.
    Gary Olson

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