Posted On: December 14, 2005 01:42:17 AM |
Name: tay kheng soon
Comments: reinspired by herbert marcuse's thought. i read "eros" in the 70s and re-reading it is a measure of his greatness and relevance!
LinkIn: on the web
Posted On: December 10, 2005 12:50:53 PM |
LinkIn: Through Googgle
Posted On: November 30, 2005 09:10:31 PM |
Name: Shawn Banks
Comments: I'm sitting here with about 50 books on Marcuse as I have elected his life and work for my Seminar paper for my Frankfurt School class, wish me luck as my journey has only just begun!
From: Tallahassee, Florida by way of Tampa, Florida.
Posted On: November 28, 2005 11:55:57 PM |
Name: Charlie Doyle
Comments: In the five minutes or so that I've been here, the flood of memories overwhelms, leaving me yet to form any conclusive or even semi-conclusive comment.
I'd say my happiest recollection is of Herbert's advocacy of the Great Refusal (uppercase G and R!), which, as I recollect, was most fully addressed in One Dimensional Man, among the several of his works that I read oh so very long ago.
Thanks for the site.
LinkIn: Surfing that began at the major Marxian site, at Colorado., thence to Frankfurt School sites, thence here.
Posted On: November 28, 2005 01:28:42 PM |
Name: Robin Bickmore
Comments: I'm looking up stuff for an Economics report in High School.
From: Western US
LinkIn: ask.com search
Posted On: November 25, 2005 08:48:44 AM |
Comments: thank you
LinkIn: website featuring Angela Davis
Posted On: November 23, 2005 09:40:38 AM |
Name: talas alexandru
Comments: i like it
Posted On: November 13, 2005 06:13:38 AM |
Name: Juan PhD Student
Comments: A very interesting website. The first time at heard from Herbert Marcuse was in 1978. Now and then I hear more about him and definitely this is a website I look forward to come back!
From: Melbourne, Australia
LinkIn: By chance, in internet
Posted On: November 05, 2005 11:29:21 PM |
Comments: How is the one dimesional man defined
From: Lucknow India
Posted On: November 01, 2005 11:07:11 PM |
Name: Joseph N. Manago
Comments: Herbert Marcuse was a critical thinker whose thoughts integrated Marxism, psychoanalysis, and existentialism in a critique of capitalism and Soviet communism. His "One - Dimensional Man" precisely delineates the intellectual stultification in "advanced industrial society," which is even more pronounced in the present era of globalization and post - Soviet communism.
From: New York City
Posted On: October 31, 2005 03:13:53 PM |
Name: Mark Strobel
Comments: We talked about him inour University class today, and I was inspired to learn more.
From: Plymouth, WI USA
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Posted On: October 23, 2005 11:41:25 AM |
Name: steve billington
Comments: philosphy major looking into his beliefs and thoughts, he was quite an interesting man.