George Orwell’s 1984, Part 2: Crash Course Literature #402

George Orwell’s 1984, Part 2: Crash Course Literature #402

Hi I’m John Green, this is Crash Course literature, and today we’re going back to the future–that is now past–to George Orwell’s 1984, which imagines a terrifying world in which every human activity is recorded and monitored. How unpleasant would that be, he said staring into a camera lens. So, as mentioned in our previous […]

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Noam Chomsky – The Soviet Union vs. Socialism

Noam Chomsky – The Soviet Union vs. Socialism

We should recognize, what I think is true, I’ve written about it plenty myself, that the so called Bolshevik “revolution”, really a coup, was really a counter revolution which placed state power in the hands of a highly authoritarian, anti-socialist group, which within a couple of months had destroyed the factory councils, had destroyed the […]

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Postmodernism Exposed – Chomsky, Peterson, Paglia & Hicks

Postmodernism Exposed – Chomsky, Peterson, Paglia & Hicks

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Dell Hymes Speaking Model

Dell Hymes Speaking Model

What’s up Explearners welcome back if you’re new hi my name is Mary Daphne and this is the place for you if you want to improve your communication skills which will positively impact your professional and personal lives so I’m so happy that you’re joining me today in this video we’re talking about a conversation […]

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Noam Chomsky on Adam Smith

Noam Chomsky on Adam Smith

Adam Smith is very rarely read. He is worshiped, but not read. And so, for example, everyone’s heard of the phrase “invisible hand,” but almost no one knows, well, how he used it. The term “invisible hand” actually does appear in his classic Wealth of Nations — once. It appears in an argument against what’s […]

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