Nowadays we can reread “Eros and civilization” as the fresco or the mirror of the society and the postwar era, of which Marcuse was a passionate interpreter. but we can read it at the same time as the proposal of fruitful instances of emancipation, bearing in mind the relations of the Frankfurter philosopher with the culture of his time, with psychoanalysis, Freudism, Marxian inspiration, Utopian Thought. A profile, albeit in broad outline, of the Wirkungsgeschichte of Eros and civilization – often associated with Marcuse’s other great work, one-Dimensional Man –, cannot ignore the reference to both Hannah arendt, another ‘spurious’ student of Martin Heidegger, and to a ‘theological-political’ movement – which arose in the same years – known with the name of ‘liberation theology’. Furthermore, the fact that, behind some new theological orientations of the 1960s, in particular behind the ‘political’ theology of Johann baptist Metz and Jürgen Moltmann, some researchers have identified the influence exercised by Marcuse and the exponents of the Frankfurt School, as well as by Walter Benjamin.
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|Titolo:||Rileggendo “Eros e civiltà” sessant’anni dopo|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|