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  1. One-Dimensional Man: Studies in the Ideology of Advanced Industrial Society by Herbert Marcuse, 1991-10-01
  2. Eros and Civilization (Ark Paperbacks) by Herbert Marcuse, 1987-10-08
  3. An Essay on Liberation by Herbert Marcuse, 1971-06-01
  4. Reason and Revolution : Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory by Herbert Marcuse, 1999-03
  5. The Aesthetic Dimension: Toward A Critique of Marxist Aesthetics by Herbert Marcuse, 1979-06-15
  6. Art, Alienation, and the Humanities: A Critical Engagement With Herbert Marcuse (S U N Y Series in Philosophy of Education) by Charles Reitz, 2000-02
  7. Essential Marcuse: Selected Writings of Philosopher and Social Critic Herbert Marcuse
  8. Technology, War and Fascism: Collected Papers of Herbert Marcuse, Volume 1 (Herbert Marcuse: Collected Papers) by Herbert Marcuse, 1998-05-08
  9. Art and Liberation: Collected Papers of Herbert Marcuse, Volume 4 (Herbert Marcuse: Collected Papers) (v. 4) by Herbert Marcuse, 2006-12-26
  10. Counterrevolution and Revolt by Herbert Marcuse, 1989-01-25
  11. A Critique of Pure Tolerance: Beyond Tolerance, Tolerance and the Scientific Outlook, Repressive Tolerance by Robert Paul Wolff, Barrington Moore Jr., et all 1969-06
  12. Five Lectures: Psychoanalysis, Politics and Utopia by Herbert Marcuse, 1970-06
  13. A Study on Authority (Radical Thinkers) by Herbert Marcuse, 2008-01-17
  14. Towards a Critical Theory of Society (Collected Papers of Herbert Marcuse) (Herbert Marcuse: Collected Papers) by Herbert Marcuse, 2001-05-29

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German neoMarxian philosopher, social theorist and radical social critic. Considered to be the father of the New Left in Europe and the United States of the 1960's and 70's.
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German neo-Marxian philosopher, social theorist and radical social critic. Considered to be the father of the New Left in Europe and the United States of the 1960's and 70's. In his famous book, One-Dimensional Man (1964), he formulated a theory of "advanced industrial society" (otherwise called " late capitalism "), in which the dominance of mass media, advertisement and new structures of industrial organization neutralized protest against the established order, reducing human beings to one-dimensional, power -dominated actors.

6. Herbert Marcuse - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Marcuse, Herbert Alternative names Short description philosopher and sociologist Date of birth July 19, 1898 (189807-19) Place of birth Berlin, Germany
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Era 20th century philosophy Region Western Philosophy School Frankfurt School critical theory Main interests Social theory Marxism Notable ideas totally administered society, technological rationality , the Great Refusal, New Reality Principle , libidinal Work Relations, work as free Play repressive tolerance Influenced by Machiavelli Rousseau Hobbes Kant ... Friedrich Schiller Influenced Norman O. Brown Angela Davis Andrew Feenberg Jürgen Habermas ... Bob Black Part of a series on the Frankfurt School Major works Reason and Revolution
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Eros and Civilization
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... e Herbert Marcuse [maʁˈkuːzə] ) (July 19, 1898 – July 29, 1979) was a German philosopher sociologist , and political theorist , associated with the Frankfurt School of critical theory . Celebrated as the "Father of the New Left " his best known works are Eros and Civilization One-Dimensional Man and The Aesthetic Dimension
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Herbert Marcuse was born in Berlin to Carl Marcuse and Gertrud Kreslawsky and raised in a Jewish family. In 1916 he was drafted into the

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    MARCUSE, HERBERT (1898-1979), author, University professor, and political activist, was born on July 19, 1898, in Berlin, Germany, the son of Carl Marcuse, a prosperous Jewish merchant and Gertrud Kreslawsky, daughter of a wealthy German factory owner. Marcuse studied in the Mommsen Gymnasium in Berlin prior to World War I and served with the German army in the war. He received his military training in Darmstadt and was transferred to Berlin early in 1918, where he observed and sympathized with the German Revolution that drove the Kaiser out of Germany and established a Social Democratic government. After demobilization, Marcuse went to Freiburg to pursue his studies and received a Ph.D. in literature in 1922 for a dissertation on The German Artist-Novel . Following a short career as a bookseller in Berlin, Marcuse returned to Freiburg in 1928 to study philosophy with Martin Heidegger, then one of he most influential thinkers in Germany. Marcuse's first published article in 1928 attempted a synthesis of the philosophical perspectives of phenomenology, existentialism, and Marxism, anticipating a project which decades later would be carried out by various "existential" and "phenomenological" Marxists, such as Jean-Paul Sartre and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, as well as others in Eastern Europe and the United States in the post-war period. Marcuse argued that Marxist thought had degenerated into a rigid orthodoxy and thus needed concrete "phenomenological" experience to revivify the theory. He also believed that Marxism neglected the problem of the individual and throughout his life was concerned with individual liberation and well-being, in addition to social transformation and the possibilities of a transition from capitalism to socialism.

    9. Illuminations: Kellner
    Profiles the social theorist and political activist renowned for his defense of the New Left. Summarizes his contribution to philosophy.
    By Douglas Kellner
    Herbert Marcuse gained world renown during the 1960s as a philosopher, social theorist, and political activist, celebrated in the media as "father of the New Left." University professor and author of many books and articles, Marcuse won notoriety when he was perceived as both an influence on and defender of the "New Left" in the United States and Europe. His theory of "one-dimensional" society provided critical perspectives on contemporary capitalist and state communist societies and his notion of "the great refusal" won him renown as a theorist of revolutionary change and "liberation from the affluent society." Consequently, he became one of the most influential intellectuals in the United States during the 1960s and into the 1970s. And yet, ultimately, it may be his contributions to philosophy that are most significant and in this entry I shall attempt to specify Marcuse's contributions to contemporary philosophy and his place in the narrative of continental philosophy.
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    10. Marcuse, Herbert (1898-1979): International Dictionary Of Psychoanalysis
    Herbert Marcuse, an American philosopher of German origin, was born in Berlin in 1898 into an assimilated Jewish family and died in 1979 in Starnberg, Germany, where he had

    11. EpistemeLinks: Website Results For Philosopher Herbert Marcuse
    Collection of links related to the philosophy of Herbert Marcuse.

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    Marcuse, Herbert (b. July 19, 1898, Berlind. July 29, 1979, Starnberg, W.Ger.), Germanborn U.S. political philosopher whose Marxist critical philosophy and Freudian
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    (b . July 19, 1898, Berlind. July 29, 1979, Starnberg, W.Ger.), German-born U.S. political philosopher whose Marxist critical philosophy and Freudian psychological analyses of 20th-century Western society were popular among student leftist radicals, especially after the 1968 student rebellions in West Berlin, New York's Columbia University, and the Sorbonne in Paris. A Hegelian-Freudian-Marxist, Marcuse was wedded to the ideas of radicalization, vociferous dissent, and "resistance to the point of subversion." He believed that Western society was unfree and repressive, that its technology had bought the complacency of the masses with material goods, and that it had kept them intellectually and spiritually captive. However, although a frank exponent of resistance to the established order, Marcuse did not applaud the campus demonstrations. "I still consider the American University an oasis of free speech and real critical thinking in the society," he said. "Any student movement should try to protect this citadel . . . [but] try to radicalize the departments inside the university." Among his major writings are Eros and Civilization One-Dimensional Man Counterrevolution and Revolt (1972), and

    13. The Herbert Marcuse Internet Archive
    Read selected chapters from Reason and Revolution and One-Dimensional Man or from writings on related issues by Korsch, Sartre, and Habermas.
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    Biography The Foundation of Historical Materialism from including III. Hegel's First System
    Part II, From Philosophy to Social Theory
    One Dimensional Man
    Lectures and Essays Socialist Humanism?
    Aggressiveness in Advanced Industrial Society

    The End of Utopia

    The Problem of Violence and the Radical Opposition
    Interview with Pierrre Viansson-Ponte
    Further reading: Herbert Marcuse By Douglas Kellner [off-site link]
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    [off-site link] The Culture Industry: Enlightenment as Mass Deception , Adorno, 1927
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    , Review of Marcuse by Paul Mattick, 1956
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    Georg Lukacs Archive Erich Fromm Archive Philosophy of Right , Hegel, 1821 Political community and individual freedom in Hegel , Pelczynski, 1984 , Avineri M.I.A. Library Philosophy Frankfurt School

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    MacDonald, James Ramsay (1866-1937) Baldwin until his death. MacManus, Arthur (1889-1927) MacManus was originally a member of the Socialist Labour Party and a vociferous anti-conscription and anti-war agitator throughout the 1914-1918 period. He was instrumental in the formation of the CPGB in 1920 and was its first Chairman, as well as being a member of the executive committee of the Third International. On his death from illness, his ashes were interred in the wall of the Kremlin in Moscow in recognition of his role as a pioneer of communism. From Graham Stevenson Further Reading: Arthur MacManus Archive Mach, Ernst (1838-1916) Austrian physicist and philosopher who established important principles of optics, mechanics, and wave dynamics and who supported the view that all knowledge is a conceptual organisation of the data of sensory experience. Mach is widely regarded as the leader of the extreme subjectivist school of positivism of the late nineteenth century, but even Einstein subjectivist Materialism and Empiriocriticism Mach was educated at home until the age of 14, and entered the University of Vienna at the age of 17, received his PhD in physics at the age of 22 and was appointed Professor of Mathematics at the University of Graz in 1864.

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    Marcuse, Herbert (m rk `zə), 1898–1979, U.S. political philosopher, b. Berlin. He was educated at the Univ. of Freiburg and with Theodore Adorno and Max Horkheimer founded the, Herbert

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