Canes, Ryzel Maureen T., Cojuangco, Fideliza


This study provides a comprehensive analysis of the enduring significance of Noam Chomsky's seminal work, "Language and Responsibility," within contemporary linguistic discourse. Employing a systematic literature review approach, the study investigates key themes that elucidate the profound impact of Chomsky's contributions to the field of linguistics. Through the exploration of four central themes, including the universality of language structures, the critique and reformulation of Chomskyan linguistics, the interdisciplinary relevance of his work, and the evolution of his linguistic framework, the study offers insights into the dynamic and multifaceted nature of Chomsky's enduring influence. The findings underscore the ongoing debates and critical engagements that have shaped the trajectory of linguistic research, reflecting the nuanced understanding of the intricate interplay between language, cognition, and sociocultural dynamics. This study contributes to a deeper appreciation of Chomsky's intellectual legacy, highlighting the relevance of his work in fostering interdisciplinary dialogues and shaping contemporary perspectives on language, thought, and communication.

Name of Research Journal

Excellencia: International Multi-disciplinary Journal of Education

Volume and Issue No.

Vol. 1 No. 5

Date/Year of Publication

November 2023


Canes, R. M., Cojuangco, F., & Kilag, O. K. (2023). The Enduring Significance of Chomsky's Language and Responsibility: Current Linguistic Perspectives. Excellencia: International Multi-disciplinary Journal of Education (2994-9521), 1(5), 536-546.