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- adjective Of or relating to Herbert Marcuse (1898–1979), German-American
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Second, I saw what really happens when an institution enacts and self-enforces Marcusean "liberating tolerance."
Some critical theorists (this means communist in the progressive secret code) justify censorship of the arts based on the Marcusean idea of partisan tolerance.
The gambit suggests that Lanier, a dreadlocked computer scientist credited with helping pioneer virtual reality technology, is prepared to launch into a book-length Marcusean critique of one-dimensionality, in which apparent freedoms of expression online have turned into the cloaked chains of servitude.