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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:

American academicsAtheist philosophersAmerican linguists
Philosophers of mindJewish scientistsMassachusetts Institute of Technology faculty
American anti-war activistsJewish anarchistsPeople from Philadelphia
University of Pennsylvania alumni1928 birthsLiving people
SyntacticiansFellows of the Royal Society of CanadaAmerican socialists
Rationalists20th century philosophersG7 Welcoming Committee Records
American anti-Vietnam War activistsAmerican atheistsCognitive scientists
Jewish American writersAnti-ZionistsBinational solution proponents
American anarchistsGenerative linguistics 
What person or place or thing belongs to all of these categories?
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That was Noam Chomsky

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29% of 398 players got this one.

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