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 (mär-ko͞o′zə), Herbert 1898-1979.
German-born American political philosopher whose works of social criticism include Eros and Civilization (1955) and One-Dimensional Man (1964).

Marcuse

(mɑːˈkuːzə)
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(Biography) Herbert. 1898–1979, US philosopher, born in Germany. In his later works he analysed the situation of man under monopoly capitalism and the dehumanizing effects of modern technology. His works include Eros and Civilization (1958) and One Dimensional Man (1964)
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Noun1.Marcuse - United States political philosopher (born in Germany) concerned about the dehumanizing effects of capitalism and modern technology (1898-1979)
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Marcuse's one-dimensionality, which I argue many of these policies cultivate, represents an alternative to increasingly hegemonic poststrucuralist interpretations (3) and holds the potential to ameliorate and diversify critical border theory.
A lo largo del libro se exponen ideas y teorias sugerentes de autores como George Herbert Mead (1863-1931), Herbert Marcuse (1898-1979), Max Weber (1964-1920), samuel Huntington (19272008), Hans Joas o Francis Fukuyama, entre otros.
It would be fair to claim that no invention in history has changed human beings as dramatically as digital technology and this immeasurable flow of information across a boundary-free world has created a global society, which I would say is pretty redolent of the one Herbert Marcuse was promoting.
In particular, Breitbart exposes Herbert Marcuse as a major culprit in the culture's intellectual disintegration.
While the collection presents essays on dominant figures, including the 'less optimistic' Adorno and Horkheimer and the 'hopeful and unsure' Herbert Marcuse, it also provides analyses and assessments of Walter Benjamin and Siegfried Kracauer, both of whom witnessed 'democratic moments and possibilities of emancipation' in cultural production (pp.
With the exceptions of Erich Fromm's influence on the rising New Left, Herbert Marcuse in the later 1960s, and the early Jurgen Habermas in Germany, critical theory has had little public effect, as Stephen Eric Bronner points out in an earlier work (Of Critical Theory and Its Theorists, 166).
David Marcuse, a warden at St James Church, said: "It is a tragic situation.
Dicho esto, y me centro fundamentalmente en las posiciones de Marcuse, la relacion de Teoria Critica y Feminismo ha seguido sendas divergentes, sobre todo en funcion de las diferentes perspectivas feministas.
This means, in Bauman's view, that 'Marcuse's quandary' over the struggle for freedom 'is outdated since "the individual" has already been granted all the freedom he might have dreamed of and all the freedom he might have reasonably hoped for'.
Marcuse, Baltimore managing partner of Sanford Heisler Sharp, LLP is lead counsel in a $200 million gender bias lawsuit filed against law firm behemoth Jones Day this week.
He covers arguing for classical critical theory: Horkheimer, Marcuse, et al.; an alternative agenda for political economy: Durkheim et al.; from restricted economy to general economy--and back: Bataille; on the contribution of dialectics: Plato et al.; totalizing negativity and change: Bataille, Hegel, et al.; from ontology to epistemology: Tong, Mao, and Hegel; critique presupposes alienation: Hegel; on the way to liberation: Marcuse; and continuing the critique of capitalism and political economy.