This is a video of my interview with Noam Chomsky that took place at his office at MIT on Friday, 28 March 2014. We discussed the place of anarchism and anarcho-syndicalism vis-à-vis the profound and ever-worsening environmental and climatic crises today. Specifically, we conversed about Immanuel Kant, the Enlightenment, participatory economics (Parecon), indigenous struggle, the commons, direct action, really existing capitalist democracy (RECD), vegetarianism and veganism, conservatism, democracy, and reform vs. revolution.
A transcript of our conversation is forthcoming.
Tags: Avram Noam Chomsky, commons, direct action, Enlightenment, Herbert Marcuse, Immanuel Kant, indigenous struggle, Javier Sethness, Javier Sethness Castro, Noam Chomsky, Parecon, participatory economics, really existing capitalist democracy, RECD, reform, revolution, veganism, vegetarianism