Quote of the Quarter
““Of course, everybody says they're for peace. The question is: What kind of peace?”
- Noam Chomsky
Noam Chomsky is an American linguist, philosopher, political commentator, and activist. He has worked for most of his life at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and has written over 100 books on subjects ranging from computer science and artificial intelligence to language theory, mathematics, and political science. He is a major figure in analytic philosophy and has been credited as the “father of modern linguistics.” He entered the public debate in 1967 with his activism against the Vietnam War, and has been an outspoken and thoughtful critic of American foreign policy ever since.
Volume 3, Issue 1, March 2013
Pushpa Iyer, Editor-in-Chief
Kyrstie Lane, Managing Editor
About UsAdvocating for nonviolent change, the Center for Conflict Studies emphasizes research and practice to better understand conflicts and manage them effectively in order to bring changes to current inequalities and social injustices. Our quarterly magazine, Reflections, will be published in January, April, July, and October.