|Author/Contributor(s):||Kelman, James ; Chomsky, Noam
"The world is full of information. What do we do when we get the information, when we have digested the information, what do we do then? Is there a point where ye say, yes, stop, now I shall move on."
This exhilarating collection of essays, interviews, and correspondence--spanning the years 1988 through 2018, and reaching back a decade more--is about the simple concept that ideas matter. They mutate, inform, create fuel for thought, and inspire actions.
As Kelman says, the State relies on our suffocation, that we cannot hope to learn "the truth. But whether we can or not is beside the point. We must grasp the nettle, we assume control and go forward."
Between Thought and Expression Lies a Lifetime is an impassioned, elucidating, and often humorous collaboration. Philosophical and intimate, it is a call to ponder, imagine, explore, and act.