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Marcuse : from the New Left to the next left

Author: John Bokina; Timothy J Lukes
Publisher: Lawrence, Kan. : University Press of Kansas, ©1994.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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MARCUSE brings back to center stage one of the most celebrated and controversial philosophers of the turbulent 1960s, the man Time magazine called the "guru of the New Left." In Reason and Revolution, Eros and Civilization, One-Dimensional Man, and other notable works, Herbert Marcuse crystallized the essence of counterculture philosophy. His neo-Marxist critique of Western capitalism was widely embraced by  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Marcuse.
Lawrence, Kan. : University Press of Kansas, ©1994
(OCoLC)624712939
Named Person: Herbert Marcuse; Herbert Marcuse; Herbert Marcuse; Herbert Marcuse
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John Bokina; Timothy J Lukes
ISBN: 0700606580 9780700606580 0700606599 9780700606597
OCLC Number: 29312799
Description: vi, 281 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Marcuse revisited : an introduction / John Bokina --
pt. 1, From new to post. --
Marcuse in postmodernity / Ben Agger --
Revisiting Marcuse with Foucault : An essay on liberation meets The history of sexuality / Paul Breines --
Marcuse on real existing socialism : a hindsight look at Soviet marxism / Peter Marcuse --
Marcuse and analytical marxism / Terrell Carver --
pt. 2, Psychoanalysis and feminism. --
Marcuse, the women's movement, and women's studies / Trudy Steuernagel --
The missing dimension : self-reflexivity and the "new sensibility" / Isaac D. Balbus --
Psychoanalytic feminism in the wake of Marcuse / Gad Horowitz --
Marx, Marcuse, and psychoanalysis : do they still fit after all these years? / C. Fred Alford --
pt. 3, Artful thinking. --
The persistence of passionate subjectivity : eros and other in Marcuse, by way of Adorno / Shierry Weber Nicholsen --
Surveying The aesthetic dimension at the death of postmodernism / Carol Becker --
pt. 4, Ecofascists and cyberpunks. --Marcuse and ecology / Timothy W. Luke --
The critique of technology : from dystopia to interaction / Andrew Feenberg --
Mechanical reproduction in the age of art : Marcuse and the aesthetic reduction of technology / Timothy J. Lukes --
pt. 5, Revisiting Marcuse. --
A Marcuse renaissance? / Douglas Kellner.
Responsibility: edited by John Bokina and Timothy J. Lukes.

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In this reassessment of Marcuse, the controversial "New Left" philosopher of the 1960s, 15 contributors consider his ideas in the radically different theoretical and political contexts of the 1990s.  Read more...

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-It was only a matter of time before Marcuse, whose star had waned so precipitously in the years after his death in 1979, would find a place in the new constellation of the 1990s. These lively and Read more...

 
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