Posted On: December 22, 2006 03:38:54 AM |
Name: P.E. Jansen
From: Frankfurt, Germany
Posted On: December 12, 2006 08:27:56 PM |
Name: Lynn Wingert , Canadian University Student, middle aged, mother of two
Comments: my course does not require any material on Marcuse. This is supplementary reading. If this was a required text I would buy it as I believe the vast majority of students would. So if the works of H. Marcuse are in the public realm and therfore not legally owned by the publishing company I fail to understand why you ( his grandson I presume) would want to restrict the dissemination of his opinion. Is this what he would have wanted? Would he have been in favour of restricting knowledge? I do not think this is the best way to honour your grandfather but without reading more about him I cannot say this for sure.
From: Ottawa, Canada
LinkIn: browsing for info on google instead of studying for an exam on Weber
Posted On: December 06, 2006 10:50:07 AM |
From: Weimar, Germany
Posted On: November 30, 2006 06:18:11 PM |
Name: sociology grad student
Comments: Useful info
Posted On: November 29, 2006 08:05:41 PM |
Name: Omyma Abu Zaid
Comments: I prepare PHD in arts
LinkIn: from liberary
Posted On: November 23, 2006 08:15:26 PM |
Name: Mark Hammond
Comments: I think this is a fantastic site. Great work. Mark Hammond email@example.com
Posted On: November 20, 2006 08:52:22 PM |
Comments: Your website is great. Marcuse in his old age had been described by some as an enfant terrible, with the suggestion that he was not able to overcome his student revolutionary days, when in fact he developed his thinking during his mature days. I have been re-reading marcuse and I find his ideas as fresh and applicable as before. Reason that perceives and exposes the falsity of the social order (honeyed as it is with technology and advertisements) is of course the seed of true liberation and revolution.
Posted On: November 19, 2006 12:40:17 PM |
Name: Licurgo Nakasu
LinkIn: Because divulgued my book "Vivency - To learn with Nature"
Posted On: November 11, 2006 11:41:24 PM |
Name: Abbie, Businesswoman
Comments: Awesome site very excellent job
Posted On: October 30, 2006 05:35:51 AM |
Name: jeslyn fu
Comments: i'm interesting to know further about Herbert concept in sosiology field.
Posted On: October 29, 2006 01:56:17 AM |
Comments: Very interesting site , Marcuse was a man who realized the future and the questions we have to resolve now . Thanks.
From: Santiago de Chile
Posted On: October 23, 2006 11:44:45 PM |
Name: Harold Marcuse, site creator
Comments: I'm always curious who the haters are and how much they know about Herbert's work. What do they come across that they take the time to look him up and leave their mark in this guest book? Regarding the previous entry, I found the press release below on the Univ. of Alabama, Huntsville website:
"Crowson, '88, named director of NEAR/SBDC (8/1/2006)
Larry Crowson, '88 B.S.B.A., MIS, is taking his show on the road. The new director of the Northeast Alabama Regional Small Business Development Center says one of his priorities will be scheduling more activities throughout the center's seven-county service area.
"We're supposed to be out in the counties and we will be again," he said recently. "We have a whole slate of seminars planned for 2007 throughout that seven-county area. That is something we're going to be taking much more seriously."
That outreach is already underway: A series of small business SBA loan clinics in July and August will reach beyond Huntsville to Decatur, Guntersville, Scottsboro, Fort Payne and perhaps Cullman.
A Huntsville native returning after a 15-year absence, Crowson also wants to expand the SBDC's clientele.
"I think the perception has been that the SBDC was here primarily for startup businesses," he said. "There is a group of larger businesses that are on the cusp of making it to the next level. They aren't big enough to have the resources to pay for high-priced consultants, but large enough that they are established, on-going concerned."