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    "The "prophets" were what we would call dissident intellectuals. They provided critical geopolitical analysis, condemned the crimes of the powerful, called for justice and mercy for those who needed help, etc. I wouldn't personally endorse everything they said, any more than I would for critics of power and its crimes today. But rather generally I think they played an honorable role - and suffered accordingly."

    - Noam Chomsky,, added Jan 20, 2017

    Noam Chomsky

    • Born: December 7, 1928
    • Occupation: Linguist
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