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Catfishing is a guessing game built from Wikipedia articles. Given a list of all the categories that an article belongs to, you must guess which article it's describing.

Here's your first one:

RationalistsAnti-ZionistsAmerican anti-Vietnam War activists
SyntacticiansGenerative linguisticsAmerican anti-war activists
Atheist philosophersAmerican atheistsMassachusetts Institute of Technology faculty
G7 Welcoming Committee RecordsLiving peopleJewish scientists
20th century philosophersAmerican academicsAmerican linguists
Binational solution proponentsFellows of the Royal Society of CanadaAmerican anarchists
American socialistsJewish American writersCognitive scientists
Jewish anarchists1928 birthsPeople from Philadelphia
Philosophers of mindUniversity of Pennsylvania alumni 
What person or place or thing belongs to all of these categories?
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That was Noam Chomsky

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Game invented by Sumana Harihareswara
and implemented by Kevan, December 2006.
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