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Herbert Marcuse: Njeriu Njëdimensional

Në fakt shoqëria patjetër duhet të krijojë së pari kushtet paraprake materiale të lirisë për të gjithë anëtarët e saj, para se ajo të mund të jetë një shoqëri e lirë; ajo së pari duhet patjetër që ta krijojë begatinë, para se të jetë e aftë që ta shpërndajë atë sipas nevojave që zhvillohen lirisht të individit; ajo së pari duhet patjetër t´iu mundësojë skllevërve të saj që të mësojnë, që të shikojnë dhe që të mendojnë para se ata të dinë se çfarë po ndodh dhe se çfarë mund të bëjnë ata vetë për ta ndryshuar atë. 689 more words

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'One Dimensional Man' Quotes by Herbert Marcuse

Originally published in 1964, One-Dimensional Man quickly became one of the most important texts in the ensuing decade of radical political change. This second edition, newly introduced by Marcuse scholar Douglas Kellner, presents Marcuse’s best-selling work to another generation of readers in the context of contemporary events. 9,027 more words


The History of Political Correctness

The origins of “political correctness” or “cultural Marxism” can be found in the early parts of the 20th century from the Frankfurt School, which was the headquarters for the Communists scheming in Germany. 43 more words


Black Friday in a Third World Country

Today, I happened to be riding with my brother, who was driving, and my mother. We went to Agora Mall to get my brother a jacket, and those who were not paying attention to the media, this year we decided to follow the consumerist steps of the United States and celebrate Black Friday, in the most massive and disorderly way that only we Dominicanas can. 1,025 more words


The science that wasn’t: The orthodox Marxism of the early Frankfurt School and the turn to critical theory

Marco A. Torres
Platypus Review 5
May-July 2008

NOTE: I’m republishing this piece by Marco Torres from 2008 because it underscores the shift away from revolutionary optimism toward critical pessimism that took place among more perceptive Marxists during the 1920s and 1930s. 2,681 more words