Critical theory and democratic vision: Herbert Marcuse and recent liberation philosophies
While there are a number of books on Marcuse, Critical Theory and Democratic Vision is the first to examine the problem of democracy through Marcusean lenses. Marcuse is revived for the sake of helping us rethink what it takes to have a democratic society based on inclusion and equality.
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Liberation Philosophy And Democratic Struggles
The Early Marcuse
The Retrieval Of Eros And The Quest For A New Sensibility
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