Posted On: April 11, 2014 03:25:35 PM |
Comments: THANK YOU
Posted On: April 10, 2014 03:59:12 PM |
Name: Steven Gillies
Comments: Hello. I am curious if Marcuse every met Ernst Bloch during Bloch's residence in the US (from c 1940-1947).They may not have met as Marcuse may have come to the Boston area after Bloch left.
Posted On: February 25, 2014 12:06:10 PM |
Name: Gregory C. Baggett
Comments: currently writing about HDFCs in New York City.
From: New York City
LinkIn: Betsy Blackmar
Website/e-mail: rogueacademic.blogspot.com and firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted On: February 01, 2014 12:11:29 AM |
Name: Jazzy Triton
Comments: Herbert Marcuse has been very important in our lives .
LinkIn: Marcuse 's not dead !
Posted On: November 08, 2013 12:11:25 AM |
Name: Prof. Dr. Konstantinos Rantis
LinkIn: Ich hatte mit Prof. Dr. Peter Marcuse korrespidiert.
Website/e-mail: email@example.com, http://www.alexandria-publ.gr/book_en.php?id=641
Posted On: September 08, 2013 03:25:38 AM |
Name: Burkard Kircher
Comments: Thank you for this page
Posted On: August 07, 2013 07:36:24 PM |
Name: rgdavis phd
Comments: Interested in Marcuse's essays on the subject of sexual liberation as a way to divert attention from social-political-economic matters.
I remember reading about it in one or another essay long ago -60s .. now where is it?
Marcuse spoke one time at Epic West a Brecht Center in Berkeley, (1970s) the ironies of course are evident. BB didn't agree with the Tui's in West Germany yet probably would have agreed with Marcuse had he known that Herbert had assisted many of the US New Left and youngsters get on with some intelligent activity.
From: San Francisco CA - Epic West Brecht Center in Berkeley
Posted On: July 18, 2013 11:14:49 AM |
Name: Kimberly Carter
Comments: I enjoyed the Essay on Liberation and the Essay on Repressive Tolerance.
From: University of South Florida
LinkIn: Philosophy of Inquiry class
Posted On: March 21, 2013 01:52:48 PM |
Name: Raphael Richman
Comments: I was a student of Professor Marcuse's at Brandeis in 1962. There were a number of fabulous teachers at the school but Herbert Marcuse was the one with the most charisma. He was also a bit terrifying considering his intellect and his heavy Germanic accent.
One day he uttered a comment that I can not forget. Whether he was quoting Marx, Hegel, Kant, Heidegger or Nietzsche I don't recall but here's what he said -- through the lens of my pigeon-German)
"Der iss only vun uultimate truut... und I am dee only vun who kun ahpprehend eet."
I also recall that around that time the school invited Herbert Aptheker (or was it Gus Hall, head of the Communist Party, USA?) to speak. The Poli-Sci Department was to introduce him. When one of the fliers was inadvertently left at a local Waltham pizza parlor, the townsfolk got enraged and marched on the school. Rocks were thrown. President Abraham Sachar (fund-raiser-in-chief) cancelled the talk. Fund raising trumped Free Speech that evening.
From: New York City.
LinkIn: Found Harold's site while looking for a Deutschmark to Dollars conversion for 1907 when my father's dad immigrated to the US.
Posted On: March 18, 2013 08:01:29 PM |
Name: Juan Palacios
LinkIn: Google search
Posted On: March 04, 2013 09:44:54 AM |
Name: Daltro Lucena Ulguim - Estudante de Doutorado
Comments: Brasil, State of Rio Grande do Sul.
LinkIn: Pesquisa na Internet
Posted On: February 28, 2013 09:02:14 AM |
Name: Jean Pierre Chauvin
LinkIn: Searching for the "Groupe Marcuse" in the web.