Herbert Marcuse  

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Herbert Marcuse (July 19,1898July 29,1979) was a prominent German and later American philosopher and sociologist of Jewish descent, and a member of the Frankfurt School. His best known works are Eros and Civilization and One-Dimensional Man. He is connected to the concepts of false needs, Freudo-Marxism and repressive tolerance.

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