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Marcuse, Herbert

Syllabification: Mar·cu·se, Herbert
Pronunciation: /märˈko͞ozə
 
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Definition of Marcuse, Herbert in English:

( 1898–1979), US philosopher, born in Germany. A member of the Frankfurt School, he argued in Soviet Marxism (1958) that revolutionary change can come only from alienated elites such as students.

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