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  • Herbert Marcuse (German: [maʀˈkuːzə]; July 19, 1898 – July 29, 1979) was a German-American philosopher, sociologist, and political theorist, associated
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  • Ludwig Marcuse (February 8, 1894 in Berlin – August 2, 1971 in Bad Wiessee), was a philosopher and writer of Jewish origin. From 1933 to 1940 Marcuse lived
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  • One-Dimensional Man (category Works by Herbert Marcuse)
    Ideology of Advanced Industrial Society is a 1964 book by the philosopher Herbert Marcuse, in which the author offers a wide-ranging critique of both contemporary
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  • Marcuse is a surname, and may refer to: In philosophy: Herbert Marcuse (1898–1979), German-American Marxist philosopher and prominent member of the Frankfurt
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  • Soviet Marxism: A Critical Analysis (category Works by Herbert Marcuse)
    Soviet Marxism: A Critical Analysis is a 1958 book by the philosopher Herbert Marcuse, in which the author provides a critique of the Ideology of the Communist
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  • Reason and Revolution (category Works by Herbert Marcuse)
    the philosopher Herbert Marcuse, in which the author discussed the social theories of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and Karl Marx. Marcuse reinterpreted
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  • An Essay on Liberation (category Works by Herbert Marcuse)
    Liberation is a 1969 book by the Frankfurt School philosopher Herbert Marcuse. Marcuse argues that advanced industrial society has rendered the traditional
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  • Eros and Civilization (category Works by Herbert Marcuse)
    edition, 1966) is a book by the German philosopher and social critic Herbert Marcuse, in which the author proposes a non-repressive society and attempts
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  • Counterrevolution and Revolt (category Works by Herbert Marcuse)
    Counterrevolution and Revolt is a 1972 book by the philosopher Herbert Marcuse. Marcuse writes that the western world has reached a new stage of development
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  • The Aesthetic Dimension (category Works by Herbert Marcuse)
    marxistische Ästhetik) is a 1977 book on aesthetics by the philosopher Herbert Marcuse, in which the author provides an account of modern art's political
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  • "Remembering Herbert Marcuse" Z Communications (July 20, 2005). Retrieved January 25, 2011 Harold Marcuse's UCSB faculty homepage Harold Marcuse's personal
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  • desublimation is a term first coined by philosopher and sociologist Herbert Marcuse in his 1964 work One-Dimensional Man, that refers to the way in which
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  • planning. Marcuse is the son of philosopher and critical theorist Herbert Marcuse. He was born in Berlin and immigrated to the US in 1933 at the beginning
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  • Columbia University. She is the granddaughter of social philosopher Herbert Marcuse. Marcuse's Anita Servi series includes: The Death of an Amiable Child (2000)
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  • child's future. The younger man personifies the nihilistic philosophy of Herbert Marcuse. Her dependence on him forces her to reassess all the values of her
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  • A Critique of Pure Tolerance (category Works by Herbert Marcuse)
    Paul Wolff, the sociologist Barrington Moore Jr., and the philosopher Herbert Marcuse. The book has been described as "peculiar" by commentators, and its
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  • science and technology studies. Feenberg studied philosophy under Herbert Marcuse at the University of California San Diego and was awarded his PhD in
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  • Principle of Hope) as being essential for the achievement of utopia. Herbert Marcuse corresponded with Dutschke in 1971 to agree with this strategy, "Let
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  • Technological rationality is a philosophical idea postulated by Herbert Marcuse in his 1941 article, "Some Implications of Modern Technology", published
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  • administrator Herbert Lom (1917–2012), Czech actor Herbert Marcuse (1898–1979), German philosopher Herbert Morrison (1888–1965), British politician Herbert L. Pratt
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