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Herbert Marcuse

(1898—1979) German-born American philosopher

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World Encyclopedia

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b. Germany. Marcuse is noted for his critical reinterpretations of Marxism, and for his Freudian analysis of 20th-century

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The Oxford Companion to Philosophy (2 ed.)

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(1898–1979).

One of the most original and provocative non-Soviet Marxists of the century, Marcuse received a doctorate in literature (...

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The Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers

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Herbert Marcuse was born 19 July 1898 in Berlin, Germany. He was born into a wealthy family and educated in

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Dictionary of the Social Sciences

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(1898–1979)

A philosopher and key member of the Frankfurt school, Marcuse made diverse contributions to critical theory.

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Who's Who in the Twentieth Century

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German-born US philosopher, famous in the 1960s as the theorist of the new revolutionary left. Born in Berlin, Marcuse was educated at the University of Freiburg, where he gained ... More
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Encyclopedia of Aesthetics

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(1898–1979), German philosopher who emigrated to the United States.

Aesthetic reflection runs like a red thread

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