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Stephen J. Whitfield


This guest post by by Stephen J. Whitfield, the Max Richter Chair in American Civilization at Brandeis University, is the second entry in our roundtable that asks, perhaps answers, perhaps refutes the premise of the question: Isn’t Marcuse Still Right? If you missed it be sure to go back and read the first entry by David Steigerwald: Marcuse in the Age of Choice. Essays to follow will be by me and Kurt Newman. Enjoy. Andrew The question that this symposium poses is loaded, and therefore invites questions of its own.  The presumption is that the analytical judgment of Herbert Marcuse Read more