Guest Book for Herbert Marcuse Homepage
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  Posted On: May 08, 2007 03:16:22 PM

 Name: Jose Lagardera
 Comments: It's wonderful to re-encounter Herbert Marcuse on www
 From: Venezuela
 LinkIn: google search
 Website/e-mail: joselagardera@yahoo.com
  Posted On: May 03, 2007 02:00:47 AM

 Name: samira, french woman, 27 years ago
 Comments:
  Posted On: May 02, 2007 04:11:12 AM

 Name: Anna Windhofer
 Comments: I am studying sociologie and i don't know if you know the site" wikibooks"? There are biographies of the most famous sociologists of the world. I have to write about Herbert Marcuse! Maybe you can send me something i can use or a picture i am allowed to show on my site! this would be very friendly an helpful for me! Thank you and have a nice day, ANNA
 From: salzburg, austria
 LinkIn: google
 Website/e-mail: anniwindhofer@hotmail.com
  Posted On: April 30, 2007 11:31:32 PM

 Name: Ho Nam Park
 Comments: I will have a meeting with his main thoughts. I hope to explain his dialectics which include in his works, for example "Eros and Civilization" " One dimensional man". It, however, is not easy to know his ideas.
 From: South Korea
 LinkIn: On Frankfurt School
 Website/e-mail: hnpark@hanafos.com
  Posted On: April 07, 2007 01:09:08 AM

 Name: Jeffery Beach
 Comments: I have always had faith in Herbert Marcuse's work as a practical approach to creating social justice and applied along with the Buddhist principles of the Six Paramitas, a real and malliable framework for society can exist.
 Website/e-mail: gyaltsen@yahoo.com
  Posted On: March 28, 2007 05:07:40 PM

 Name: David Hayes
 Comments: I found my way to Heidegger through Marcuse, and have been inspired to return to Marcuse by Andrew Feenburg's recent book on the the two thinkers. I was aware that before his reading of Marx's Paris Manuscripts, Marcuse was very much influenced by the the fundamental ontology of 'Being and Time'. For me, Marcuse's essay on the foundations of historical materialism is his key work. In this essay, one can sense Marcuse's intellectual excitement at his discovery of Marx's 'radical ontology'. I would urge anyone looking to engage with Marcuse's work to start with this early essay, as they may find it enriches and deepens their understanding of his major works. I would like to thank Harold Marcuse for this page - Herbert was truly a great thinker and deserves more careful re-examination.
 From: Britain
 Website/e-mail: DHAY@blackpool.ac.uk
  Posted On: March 28, 2007 10:29:42 AM

 Name: STEVE MADOJEMU
 Comments: I AM A NIGERIAN (FROM THE NIGER-DELTA)DOCTORAL RESEARCHER RESIDING IN DUBLIN, REP. OF IRELAND. I AM EXAMINING LIBERATION THEORY : IMPLICATIONS FOR THE NIGER-DELTA.
 LinkIn: SEARCHING FOR MATERIALS FOR ON-GOING RESEARCH
 Website/e-mail: venturingnews@hotmail.com
  Posted On: March 10, 2007 10:57:17 AM

 Name: Elias Mhegera
 Comments: I am a historian, political scientist, and journalist. I have been coming across this name several times
 From: Tanzania
 LinkIn: through google search
 Website/e-mail: mhegera@yahoo.com
  Posted On: March 10, 2007 10:56:06 AM

 Name: Wylie Sifer
 Comments: excellent site.
 Website/e-mail: wsifer@gmail.com
  Posted On: March 02, 2007 11:30:08 AM

 Name: Fan
 Comments: Wicked. This site's got loads of good info. Thanks
 Website/e-mail: narudo@sirens.principle.com
  Posted On: February 28, 2007 12:06:21 PM

 Name: Mark Newheart
 Comments: I used to be a Philosphy student and have never come across MArcuse before. I was watching a documentary about the 'self' and there was a piece about him and his ideas and how they relate to society and the self. I'm currently interested in his ideas and started by reading up on Wikipedia!
 From: UK
 LinkIn: Google
 Website/e-mail: http://sertralinefun.blogspot.com/
  Posted On: February 27, 2007 02:48:35 PM

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 Comments: A great side about Herbert Marcuse. Only I miss any german stories.
 From: Germany, Berlin
 LinkIn: wikipedia
 Website/e-mail: soeffner@gmx.de
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