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of all the categories that an article belongs to, you must guess which article it's describing.
Here's your first one:
|American atheists||Massachusetts Institute of Technology faculty||American anarchists|
|American anti-Vietnam War activists||American academics||Fellows of the Royal Society of Canada|
|Rationalists||Atheist philosophers||20th century philosophers|
|Jewish anarchists||Philosophers of mind||Cognitive scientists|
|University of Pennsylvania alumni||G7 Welcoming Committee Records||Jewish American writers|
|Anti-Zionists||Living people||People from Philadelphia|
|American anti-war activists||American linguists||Binational solution proponents|
|Syntacticians||American socialists||Generative linguistics|
|Jewish scientists||1928 births|
That was Noam Chomsky
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