From Radical Anthropology issue 2. "Noam Chomsky ranks among the leading intellectual figures of modern times and has changed the way we think about what it means to be human, revolutionising linguistics and establishing it as a modern science. He agreed to discuss just some of his ideas with Radical Anthropology."
Part of marxist anthropologist Chris Knight's long-running examination of Noam Chomsky. "Language is peculiar. No other species has anything remotely like it. If language is part of nature – a kind of organ or instinct, like stereoscopic vision – it’s puzzling. It’s unusual for a complex biological adaptation to be wholly confined to just one species."
Noam Chomsky interviewed in 1977 by David Cohen on the topic of psychology
Robert Rieber interviews Noam Chomsky Noam Chomsky on the Psychology of Language & Thought
A discussion of the relevance of findings in linguistics for learning in schools, in particular, literacy development.
Noam Chomsky interviewed by blog posters.
Noam Chomsky, Lawrence Krauss and Sean Carroll (physicist, not his biologist namesake) comment on the role intellectuals, science and religion.