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Towards a Critical Theory of Society

Herbert Marcuse ; edited by Douglas Kellner
Format
Book
Published
London ; New York : Routledge, 2001.
Language
English
Series
Collected Papers of Herbert Marcuse
Marcuse, Herbert 1898- Collected Papers of Herbert Marcuse
ISBN
0415137810 (hbk.)
Summary
This second volume of Marcuse's collected papers includes unpublished manuscripts from the late 1960s and early 1970s, as well as a rich collection of letters. It shows Marcuse at his most radical.
Contents
  • Introduction: Herbert Marcuse and the Vicissitudes of Critical Theory / Douglas Kellner 1
  • I Problem of Social Change in the Technological Society 35
  • II Individual in the Great Society 59
  • III Containment of Social Change in Industrial Society 81
  • IV Political Preface to Eros and Civilization, 1966 95
  • V Beyond One-Dimensional Man 107
  • VI Cultural Revolution 121
  • VII Historical Fate of Bourgeois Democracy 163
  • VIII Watergate: When Law and Morality Stand in the Way 187
  • IX A Revolution in Values 193
  • X Letters 203
  • Herbert Marcuse to Leo Lowenthal, March 26, 1955 207
  • Herbert Marcuse to Leo Lowenthal, September 9, 1955 208
  • Herbert Marcuse to Leo Lowenthal, February 16, 1961 209
  • Leo Lowenthal to Richard Popkin, March 31, 1964 210
  • Herbert Marcuse to T.W. Adorno, January 24, 1960 212
  • Max Horkheimer and T.W. Adorno to Herbert Marcuse, February 12, 1960 213
  • Herbert Marcuse to T.W. Adorno 215
  • Herbert Marcuse to Max Horkheimer and T.W. Adorno (unsent letter) 216
  • Herbert Marcuse to Raya Dunayevskaya, August 8, 1960 219
  • Raya Dunayevskaya to Herbert Marcuse, August 16, 1960 220
  • Herbert Marcuse to Raya Dunayevskaya, August 24, 1960 226
  • Frederick Pollock to Herbert Marcuse, December 8, 1960 227
  • Memorandum: Herbert Marcuse and Frederick Pollock, November 10, 1960 228
  • XI Afterword: The Different Rhythms of Philosophy and Politics for Herbert Marcuse on his 100th Birthday / Jurgen Habermas 231.
Description
x, 242 p. ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Series Statement
Collected papers of Herbert Marcuse ; v. 2
Marcuse, Herbert, 1898- Collected papers of Herbert Marcuse;. 2
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