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Marcuse, Herbert, 1898-1979

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Personal name headingMarcuse, Herbert, 1898-1979
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Variant(s)Markouze, Chermpert, 1898-1979
Markuze, Herbert, 1898-1979
Ma-erh-kʻu-sai, 1898-1979
Mārkiyūz, Hirbirt, 1898-1979
Marukūze, H., 1898-1979
Marukūze, Heruberuto, 1898-1979
מרקוזה, הרברט
ماركيوز، هربرت، 1898-
マルクーゼH., 1898-1979
マルクーゼヘルベルト, 1898-1979
H.マルクーゼ, 1898-1979
ヘルベルト・マルクーゼ, 1898-1979
Birth date1898-07-19
Death date1979-07-29
Place of birthBerlin (Germany)
Place of deathStarnberg (Germany)
Field of activitySociology Politics
AffiliationColumbia University Harvard University Brandeis University University of California, San Diego
Profession or occupationUniversity and college faculty members
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inN.Y. times, 8/31/79 (Herbert Marcuse, d. 1979)
Chʻen, H.M. "Erh shih shih chi ti ssu hsiang kʻu", 1989: t.p. (Ma-erh-kʻu-sai) pref. (Herbert Marcuse)
Aḥmad, Q.H. al-Insān al-muʻāṣir ʻinda Hirbirt Mārkiyūz, 1980: t.p. (Hirbirt Mārkiyūz)
Hē technē morphē tēs pragmatikotētas, 1983: t.p. (Chermpert Markouze)
Britannica website, viewed Dec. 9, 2018 (Herbert Marcuse, (born July 19, 1898, Berlin, Germany--died July 29, 1979, Starnberg, West Germany [now Germany]), German-born American political philosopher and prominent member of the Frankfurt School of critical social analysis, whose Marxist and Freudian theories of 20th-century Western society were influential in the leftist student movements of the 1960s, especially after the 1968 student rebellions in Paris and West Berlin and at New York City's Columbia University)
Wikipedia, viewed on July 22, 2022 (Herbert Marcuse; born July 19, 1898, in Berlin Germany; died July 29, 1979, in Starnberg, West Germany; a German-American philosopher, sociologist, and political theorist, associated with the Frankfurt School of critical theory; during World War II, he worked for the US Offiice of War Information; he began his teaching career as a political theorist at Columbia University, then Harvard University; he worked at Brandeis University from 1954 to 1965; University of California San Diego from 1965-1970; he wrote his most famous work, One-Dimensional Man while at Brandeis)
Erosu-teki bunmei, 1958: title page (H・マルクーゼ = H. Marukūze) title page verso (Herbert Marcuse [in rom.])
NDL Authorities, July 22, 2022 (access point: Marcuse, Herbert, 1898-1979; Japanese reading [in kana]:マルクーゼ, H = Marukūze, H.; マルクーゼ, ヘルベルト = Marukūze, Heruberuto)
Equivalent(s)Marcuse, Herbert, 1898-1979
National bib agency no.0053H0428E
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