Posted On: September 28, 2005 03:28:29 PM |
Name: Harold Marcuse, webmaster
Comments: Thanks to the previous entry for pointing out the ambiguity. Obviously Kimball is meant on the amazon page--and on mine. I've made my entry clearer.
Posted On: September 24, 2005 12:58:39 AM |
Name: bob banner
Comments: <<By the way, Amazon's Kimball page calls him "one of the Right's most articulate writers.">> is not correct. "him" is not Marcuse but Kimball. read it again please.
From: planet earth
Posted On: September 14, 2005 02:02:53 PM |
Name: Bob Zimmerman
Comments: Delighted to find this page - I was "turned on" to "Eros and Civilization" at Eastman School of Music in 1960.
From: Chehalis, Washington
LinkIn: article in Slate online
Posted On: September 12, 2005 05:57:43 PM |
Name: Licurgo Nakasu
Posted On: September 12, 2005 10:25:33 AM |
Name: Susanne Marcuse
Comments: I am searching for documents for my father 75th birthday next months. My father and his sister are the only survivors out of a large clan. My father's name is Peter Marcuse
Posted On: September 10, 2005 06:45:51 AM |
Name: Robespierre de Oliveira
LinkIn: By Google.
Posted On: September 05, 2005 08:05:14 PM |
Comments: I was reflecting on the tragedy of new orleans today, and for some reason marcuse's name popped into my head so I deided to do a google
Posted On: September 03, 2005 04:44:10 PM |
Name: eufretes a. pepito jr.
Comments: we are studying your works now. i like your insights on philosophy of technoplogy.
From: University of san Carlos, Cebu, Philippines
LinkIn: im just interested to know you, so i browse your name.
Posted On: August 14, 2005 05:28:16 PM |
Name: Ces Saniel-Gois
Comments: good site. i managed to get some valuable information about mr. marcuse for my socio-cultrual analysis subject, of which i am assigned to report on mr. marcuse's life and important contributions to sociology.
LinkIn: net surfing
Posted On: August 12, 2005 10:21:25 PM |
Name: Dr.med. Lucian Munteanu
Comments: I faund only a positives contents of this documenteds articles. Congratulatin and many thanks for Your efficiency!
LinkIn: on IT
Posted On: August 12, 2005 07:55:46 AM |
Name: David Haselbah
Comments: Sometimes after watching the morning news , and thinkng that we are perhaps heading towards a darker horizon rather than way from one , I couldn't help but feel a growing sense of estrangement . I thought of " The Plague " which I read at University back in the Seventies .A strange ,indefinable malaise, for which there is no cure.
Posted On: August 05, 2005 07:37:14 AM |
Name: Philip Hopbell
Comments: Thanks for such a complete site on Marcuse.
From: Los Angeles
LinkIn: Doug Ireland