Posted On: July 04, 2010 08:52:09 PM |
Name: K.M. Hyblean
Comments: Work as administrator at homeless shelter in the poorest neighborhoods of Detroit. Have a 1960's B.S. degree from a Michigan university' was once a student radical YSA--have been reading Marcuse/Marx and Critical Theory ever since--now see the results of monopoly capitalism first hand.
LinkIn: Lokked up "Marcuse"
Posted On: June 17, 2010 05:45:13 AM |
Comments: I'm working on a project about Marcuse and this page has been really helpful.Thank you.
LinkIn: on web
Posted On: June 11, 2010 01:38:23 PM |
Name: Randolph Pitts
Comments: thank you
Posted On: May 24, 2010 10:51:01 AM |
Name: LaToyia Brim
Comments: This page helped out a lot with my research on Mr. Marcuse, also, I found the site to be very interesting.
From: Tampa, FL
LinkIn: my sociology professor
Posted On: May 20, 2010 03:09:37 PM |
Name: hari stathatou
Comments: schriftstellerin / liebe (nicht nur "mag") sein Denken seit '70 /
Posted On: May 04, 2010 07:08:17 AM |
Name: Luther Blissett
Posted On: April 05, 2010 03:00:55 PM |
Name: Joan Cahalin
Comments: taped interview very interesting to listen to
From: University College Dublin, Ireland
LinkIn: Wikipedia link
Posted On: March 30, 2010 06:34:26 PM |
Name: Former student of Marcuse at UCSD - 1966-68
Comments: How anyone could ever be stupid enough to buy into Marcuse's utter bullshit is a complete mystery to me. He was a total fraud from beginning to end. His students left his classes thinking: "What I just heard must be great because I cannot understand any of it." What they did not realize was that everything he said was a complete fabrication designed to produce exactly that effect. The man was the consummate academic charlatan.
Posted On: March 17, 2010 12:00:37 PM |
Name: Brian Christopher Jones
Comments: writing a paper on him
From: Guilford College
Posted On: February 25, 2010 08:28:46 PM |
Name: Deborah Forbes
Comments: I read Eros and Civilization and One-Dimensional Man while I was a student at UC Berkeley in the 1970's. Have never forgotten his penetrating observations!
From: Los Angeles
Posted On: February 07, 2010 02:55:57 AM |
Comments: In today's economy Marcuse is now very relevant. The individual problem of unemployment is now society's problem.
LinkIn: google of course! I've know of Marcuse for over 40 years.
Posted On: February 03, 2010 12:53:48 AM |
Name: Norman Clemo
Comments: A "Conservative" observer of the passing scene, who admires former U.S. President Ronald Reagan . Iam tring to understand the thinking of disciples of the Communist atheistic religion
From: Cape Town ,South Africa