Posted On: January 18, 2013 11:45:00 PM |
Name: Katrina Marcuse Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Comments: Just dropping by for continued interest and study. Love your intellect Harold. Marcuse blood must be geneticly programmed to be Liberal Ha Ha! Proud to be a very liberal and confident Marcuse.
From: Currently Austin, TX
Posted On: January 18, 2013 04:20:04 AM |
Name: Rosemary Moore 68 year old white woman
Comments: So good to see a site set up by family. This man, unusually is loved and respected by his nearest to him and those who do not know him personally but admire him both as a public figure and a private individual.
From: Surrey, England. (One of the richest counties in the country.)
LinkIn: Just by searching for many years about Marcuse since learning about him via the Dialectics of Liberation 1967
Posted On: December 04, 2012 07:26:19 PM |
Name: Jennifer Cool
From: Los Angeles, California
LinkIn: Googled "Marcuse"
Posted On: November 26, 2012 09:49:58 AM |
Name: Dee Walsh
Comments: Thank you for the free access to several of the articles I needed for my graduate studies.
From: Houston, Texas
LinkIn: google search
Posted On: August 11, 2012 09:24:27 PM |
Name: Martin Schulz
From: Stuttgart, Deutschland
Posted On: July 12, 2012 11:44:36 PM |
Name: stanley boyd
Comments: i just today read about mr.marcuse & i find him very interesting & i am surprised i never heard of him in the 60s when i was a young american deserter living in sweden with very leftest feelings. i plan on reading some of mr. marcuse books.
From: santa barbara, ca.
Posted On: July 07, 2012 11:08:08 AM |
Name: Wally O'Lepp
Comments: I have spent many fascinating hours studying he various writings on this site (and the UCSB site as well), and am sure to spend many more. A wonderful resource. Thanks for making this thought-provoking material available for general perusal.
From: Elyria, Ohio (26 miles west of Cleveland)
Posted On: March 14, 2012 03:26:33 PM |
Name: Mike Osborne
Comments: Very informative on the "left" and "new left." I am trying to understand some interwar events in Germany and France.
Posted On: February 22, 2012 10:04:14 AM |
Name: amy-- sociology graduate student
Comments: I fell in love with Marcuse, specifically One Dimensional Man, Counterrevolution and Revolt, and Eros and Civilization. Thank you for opening my eyes! and making me actually steal my school's library original copy. :D
Posted On: February 22, 2012 08:59:59 AM |
Name: Stan Smith retired English Professor
Comments: HM a big influence on me in the 1960s. I wrote a piece on 'Eros and civilisation' in the journal 'Scottish International Review' called 'The Reurn of the Gods' circa 1970. My students at the time were much taken by his ideas.
Posted On: February 21, 2012 10:56:48 PM |
Name: Vince C. de Baca, PhD
Comments: In 1969, I took Marcuse's freshman Philosophy course with my friend Esq. Sidney Glass. I recalled how Herbert paid for the glass door we kicked-in at the UCSD Registrar's Office in the May, 1969 during the Lumumba-Zapapta College protest. Recently, Angela Davis and I spoke fondly about our UCSD days and how we miss Dr. Marcuse [those were some times]. I respected his activism even though I hardly understood his SDS Rim 1 position until we had a long talk and a few beers in the late 1970s at Josie Foulks' home in La Jolla.
From: Metropolitan State University of Denver
LinkIn: googling Carlos Blanco
Posted On: February 07, 2012 10:15:46 AM |
Name: Jairo Escobar. Universidad de Antioquia
Comments: Beautiful page. I love it.
LinkIn: Looking about Herbert Marcuse