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Chomsky had not yet read Wolfe’s book, and wasn’t sure he was going to either. He had read the Harper’s excerpt and called it a „moral and intellectual disgrace”.
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The real Chomsky problem may be the problem of a field in which the forceful personality of its founder and the field itself grew upward together and became deeply entwined. Whether that’s Chomsky’s fault, or simply a byproduct of his half-century or so of celebrity, is hard to say. Chomsky himself may have put it best (though he was referring to presidents rather than scientists): „We shouldn’t be looking for heroes. We should be looking for good ideas”.
That quote is available, no kidding, on a T-shirt.

Tom Bartlett
The Chomsky Puzzle

a dodatkowo:
Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?