Noam Chomsky “values are not absolute” debating Abortion

These clips are taken from the 2006 Tony Kaye documentary “Lake of Fire” that graphically depicts the contemporary abortion debate in the United States.

Noam Chomsky is professor emeritus of linguistics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and is one of the fathers of modern linguistics. Since the 1960s, he has become known more widely as a political dissident, an anarchist, and libertarian socialist.

Chomsky says, “The values that we hold are not absolute, they are always contingent…so choice is legitimate preserving life is legitimate and sometimes they run into conflict.”


The Blaze described Noam Chomsky this way, “Noam Chomsky has distinguished himself as one of the American left’s most prominent “philosophers” and “cognitive scientists.” The MIT professor is known for filtering his knowledge and opinions into countless books, media interviews and the like. Considering his past far-left commentary, it’s no wonder that he has become a darling of the Occupy Wall Street movement. And over the past month, the prominent academic has been fast at work helping to advance the Occupy agenda.”

here is a fuller version of that vid including pro-abortion professor Peter Singer:

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