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نویسنده این کتاب برخی گرایش های نظام سرمایه داری امریکا را که به سوی (جامعه ای بسته) رهسپارند ، بررسی کرده است انسان تک ساحتی موجودی است که در فضای آزاد پرورش نیافته و جامعه ای بازدارنده و سرکوبنده به بهانه تأمین حوائج و تدارک به زیستی او ، بی رحمانه گرفتارش ساخته است
The One-dimensional Man: Studies in the Ideology of Advanced Industrial Society, Herbert Marcuse
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Published 1971 by امیرکبیر (first published 1964)
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Ahmad Sharabiani
نویسنده این کتاب برخی گرایش های نظام سرمایه داری امریکا را که به سوی (جامعه ای بسته) رهسپارند ، بررسی کرده است انسان تک ساحتی موجودی است که در فضای آزاد پرورش نیافته و جامعه ای بازدارنده و سرکوبنده به بهانه تأمین حوائج و تدارک بهزیستی او ، بی رحمانه گرفتارش ساخته است
The One-dimensional Man: Studies in the Ideology of Advanced Industrial Society, Herbert Marcuse
عنوان: انسان تک ساحتی؛ نویسنده: هربرت مارکوزه؛ مترجم: محسن مویدی؛ تهران، امیرکبیر، 1350؛ در 259 ص؛ چاپ سوم 1362؛ چاپ چهارم 1378؛ پنجم و ش
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Tyler
Nov 30, 2008 Tyler rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Fans of Philosophy or Social Sciences
Recommended to Tyler by: A Friend
Shelves: philosophy
Here's an interesting thought: Every technologically advanced society operates on a de facto ideology stemming from the technology itself, regardless of its particular political system. When television or the Internet replace newspapers, for instance, as the means by which an individual interacts with society, the concomitant replacement of words by images takes on an unforeseen brainwashing quality. This is the odd progression looked at in One-Dimensional Man, and Herbert Marcuse’s investigatio ...more
Javier
Jun 26, 2007 Javier rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: All who live in advanced industrial societies
A nice addition to Marcuse's Eros and Civilization, One-Dimensional Man presents Marcuse's devastating characterization of advanced capitalist society as totalitarian. As in his previous work, Marcuse here follows in the footsteps of Marx (tied together with Freud, actually) in criticizing the furtherance of repression in societies with highly advanced technologies--he calls for a re-appraisal of this mode of existence (which he calls domination) and a restructuring of 'work' into 'play' (foll ...more
Erik Graff
Nov 04, 2013 Erik Graff rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: everyone
Recommended to Erik by: Edward J. Erickson
Shelves: philosophy
Marcuse was a very prominent figure when I was in high school and on into the seventies. While familiar to pretty much everyone with a penchant for politics, few actually went beyond the various articles by and about him or the occasional interview in the progressive press. My intellectual mentor in high school, Ed Erickson, however, had read One-Dimensional Man and passed on a copy of it with a very strong recommendation.

Not having read much Marx in high school and having read no Heidegger, I f
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Sunny
Jun 01, 2016 Sunny rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: psychology
A brilliant thought provoking and challenging book. Covers lots of different topics but the key one which i found relevant was the one on technology and how this has been imbibed into our minds and modus operandi. Ask yourself, if you were to start a new business for example, what would be your first thought when it came to operationalising it? Which website to launch it off i guess right? Which app to use? Technology has become such a leading driver and medium for our thoughts that its hard for ...more
Thom Dunn
Oct 01, 2010 Thom Dunn rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
yadayadayadayadayadayadayada--- As well read the endless debates of the Scholastic Philosophers for all the good Marxist and neo-Marxist theorizing does anyone. Once buy into the notion of Historical Inevitability, whether it be the Inevitable Class Struggle or the Second Coming of Jesus, and human experience is open to endless criticism concerning its conformity--or the lack of it--or the antithesis of it-- to the way things are spozed to go. Instead, gimme Rachel Ray, the Tuscan Sun and bottle ...more
Graham
Jan 20, 2008 Graham rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is pretty damned radical for its time (1964). People mock the Frankfurt school these days for reasons I do not understand. One Dimensional Man is Marcuse's best known work, though probably not his best. The question he tries to answer is rather straight forward: What has late industrial society done to us and how has it shaped our state of mind? The problem with Marcuse (as with other Marxists, I suppose) is that while criticizing industrialization, he still holds out much hope in technolog ...more
Roger Cottrell
Oct 21, 2008 Roger Cottrell rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book remains as important and flawed as ever and is probably MORE significant now than when it was published in 1964. A couple of weeks back, Nick Cohen wrote a salient article in The Observer in which he compared the present political situation with that in the 1930s - the last time that capitalism experienced a crisis of this magnitude (though not compounded to the same extent by the circulation of fictitious capital in the economy). The 1930s gave us a revolutionary crisis, Jarrow marche ...more
مهند
كتاب فلسفي يحمل بعدا سياسيا واجتماعيا وثقافيا وجاء في فترة عقد الستينات من القرن الماضي اثناء الموجات الفكرية التي اريد لها ان تعطي الحرية المطلقة للانسان...
يعتبر الفيلسوف الالماني الامريكي هربرت ماركوز الاب الروحي للثورة الطلابية التي اجتاحت العالم في عام 1968 بسبب افكاره وتحليلاته الداعية الى تحرير المجتمعات من اسر الاستهلاك والخضوع للماديات والانشغال بأمور التي تسلب انسانية الانسان
قد يجهل البعض مدى تأثير ماركوز بسبب قدم الثورة الطلابية واضمحلال تأثيراتها الحالية الا انه ضمن صفوف الفلاسفة والا
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muaad alqaydy
يتحدث الكتاب عما يسميه الاستبداد الكلي في المجتمعات الغربية الصناعية، وتذويب جميع مظاهر الاختلاف الطبيعية واحتواءها في سبيل المزيد من الانتاج وخلق النموذج الواحد ، في الأفكار والرؤى والأحلام والسلوك. وتأثيرات النظام الرأس مالي والسياسة وتأثيرها في التقنية والعكس أيضا، والكتاب محمل بأفكار ما قبل سقوط الشيوعية فهو ما يفتأ يقارن بين النظام الشيوعي والنظام الرأسمالي والحلول التي اتخذها هذا النظام وذاك، لذا ثمة أفكار كثيرة تجاوزها الزمن ، لكن هناك فصل عن اللغة في العالم الصناعي عميق ومركز تحدث فيه ع ...more
1.1
Jan 28, 2013 1.1 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
"This society turns everything it touches into a potential source of progress and of exploitation, of drudgery and satisfaction, of freedom and of oppression."

Wow. Few things I've read in the past 12 months even approximate what reading this fine book was like. As a neophyte of Marxist theory, the proceedings were at times hard to follow: I would read five pages enthusiastically, and on the sixth I would be incapable of attentive reading. I would constantly find myself thinking about other thing
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Benjamin Hersh
Apr 18, 2013 Benjamin Hersh rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
few books have left me more curious to read other people's reviews.

sadly, it's my impression that relatively few reviewers here, lovers or haters, have actually read the book in its entirety. browsing the reviews, one can easily get the impression that this book is an awesome (or awful) critique of modern technological society. which it is, but also much more.

the things that many people respond to arrive within the first few sections of the book. lots of fluffy, vague rhetoric about industrial
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Omar Adel
Sep 18, 2013 Omar Adel rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
فى الكتاب ده بيحاول ماركيوز الاجابه على سؤال واضح
ليه محصلتش الثوره فى البلاد الصناعيه المتقدمه لحد دلوقتى طبقا لما تفترضه النظريه الماركسيه خصوصا مع توفر القوه الكلاسيكيه للثوره وهى البروليتاريا
وبيشوف ماركيوز ان الثوره مش ممكن تحصل بدون وعى بالإستغلال بمعنى ان طبقة البروليتاريا الحاليه اصبحت تتحرك فى اطار الدوله البرجوازيه التكنولوجيه متوهمين ان الاطار ده بيخدم مصالحهم وان هم مستفيدين من ثمار التقدم التكنولوجى مش من ضحاياه وبالتالى فمش ممكن تحصل الثوره الا اذا تيقنت طبقة البروليتاريا انهم ضحايا
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Maryam
Sep 29, 2014 Maryam rated it it was amazing
مردم مي پندارند كه دسترسي به محصولات مختلف و مصرف بيشتر، بهترين شيوه ي زندگاني است، از اين رو در برابر هر گونه تغيير كيفي
در شيوه ي زندگاني خود، روي خوش نشان نمي دهند. در اين شرايط است كه انديشه و بر داشت هاي تك ساحتي در يك جامعه گسترش مي يابد
SSamaneHH
Jan 15, 2008 SSamaneHH rated it it was amazing
هربرت مارکوزه....
چه شب و روزایی که با جامعه شناسی سر نمیشه....
مارکوزه پوزوتیویسم رو نقد میکنه و اونو یه عارضه ی فلسفی میدونه.تو این کتاب میگه که فراخ زیستی نظام سرمایه داری یه جور کودن سازی مردمه....کتاب فوق العاده ایه
Annmarie
Jan 31, 2008 Annmarie rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book changed my life as an undergrad, and hasn't stopped yet.
Andrea
Sep 21, 2012 Andrea rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
A metà mi ha stroncato

Mi sono trovato ad aspettare mia moglie davanti alla sede centrale della Mediolanum, a Milano 2. Era là per un colloquio di lavoro, per fortuna andato a buca.

Leggevo L'uomo ad una dimensione, davanti all'ingresso, chiuso in una Fiat Panda.
Un pomeriggio intero.

Attorno a me passavano uomini della Mediolanum in cravatta: cravatte in pausa pranzo, cravatte in pausa sigaretta, cravatte frustrate, cravatte trionfanti, cravatte capo e cravatte gregario. Centinaia.

E io dentro la pa
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Mashael Alamri
الكتاب مقسم إلى :
- تخدر النقد -مجتمع بلا معارضة
- أشكال الرقابة الجديدة في المجتمع الأحادي البعد وانغلاق العالم السياسي فيه
- تغذية الفكر السلبي في الفكر الأحادي البعد و إحباط منطق التناقض
وفصول أخرى
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يشرح ( في بداية التسعينات ) هربرت ماركوز عالم الاجتماع الراحل أطروحته التي أراد بها نقد المجتمع الصناعي الحديث، وعن سيطرته على حياة الشعوب الفكرية ومحاولة إقصاء الإنسان لأن المجتمع الصناعي عمد إلى تقسم الأعمال وإلغاء الفردية، ويناقش فكرة تسيس رغبات الفرد و حصرها في إيطار واحد رغم أن هذا الخيار الوحيد ا
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Aya
Nov 25, 2011 Aya rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
قد وصف ماركوز من خلال (الإنسان ذو البعد الواحد) تلك الامبريالية النفسية التي هيمنت على الداخل الغربي وصفا دقيقا حين قال: إن المجتمع الاميركي هو مجتمع التسامح القامع, أي أن هذه المجتمعات الغربية هي مجتمعات شمولية من دون قهر خارجي ومن دون ضرورة وجود شرطة ومن دون قهر مفروض مرئي فالتكنولوجيا(تصنع) الإنسان -ربما أكثر مما يصنعهما- وتسيطر على حياته وتوجهها باتجاه معين, وذلك الأمر الذي سمح بسيطرة هائلة على حياة البشر, وهذا مرده إلى نمط من العقلانية الغربية التي تلقي ب (العقل الأخلاقي والغائي) بعيدا مستب ...more
Pedro
Aug 31, 2013 Pedro rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Aunque se nota que los años han pasado por el libro, en su mayor parte sigue describiendo bien la sociedad. Quizás lo menos actual sea el temor a una guerra mundial atómica, pero la descripción de cómo la sociedad industrial asfixia cualquier alternativa como utópica o irracional sigue estando de actualidad. Sin embargo, creo que hoy hay más esperanza que en la época en la que escribió Marcuse, desgraciadamente en el sentido de la frase que cierra el libro. La cita es de Walter Benjamin, que esc ...more
Pegah
Apr 30, 2014 Pegah rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book explains why the people of the modern society are considered to be one dimensional.
Nowadays, because of the industrial life conditions, people are going to be alienated, from the others, society and even from themselves.
Andrew
It's a classic, and it's pretty enjoyable. Even at the various points where I disagreed with Marcuse, I could easily see where he was coming from. And, unlike Eros and Civilization, there's no ham-handed attempt to reconcile highly disparate realms of thought and synthesize them into a cohesive whole. And his arguments seem vastly more reasonable. I would like a more precise, less "high theory" methodology, but by and large I could see why he chose the approach he did. False consciousness is so ...more
Mustafa Hamdy
Jul 10, 2016 Mustafa Hamdy rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
" الفكر النقدي عندما يتخذ من المُجتمع المُعطي موضوعاً لتأمله و تفكيره يصبح ضميراً تاريخياً ، و من هنا كان هذا الفكر في جوهره مُحاكمة . فكر يبحث بمنأي عن كل نزعة نسبية لامبالية عن معايير الحقيقة و الخطأ و التقدم و التراجع في التاريخ الواقعي للإنسان ، و الماضي عندما يتدخل في الحاضر يكشف الأحداث و يبحث عن الأسباب التي أوجدت السادة و العبيد "

هي القراءة الأولي لأحد رواد الجيل الأول من مدرسة فرانكفورت . إنسان البعد الواحد ، إسمٌ يحيلك إلي أبعاد أخري أُسقطت عمداً من الحسبان و هو ما يحاول ماركوزه هنا أن
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Asim Alzou'bi
Feb 05, 2016 Asim Alzou'bi rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: philosphy
بدأ المترجم بمقدمته ، ففيها أبدى جورج المترجم رأيه بالكتاب و مؤلفه من ناحية نقدية ، و أبحر في بحر المصطلحات الصعب الذي يبعد القارئ عن الفكرة العامّة ! ، لذلك فهو برأيي معرض لكم من المصطلحات المفيدة لأن يعرفها القارئ قبل قراءة الكِتاب .

أفكار أعجبتني :

الخطَر الحقيقي :

أوافق ماركوز على فكرته أن بعضَ المجتمعات او خصوصاً الغربية منها تَجهَل الخطَر الداخلي عليها مِن الداخِل ، من سادتها ، من تلك الطبقَة الظالِمة السائِدة على الحقوق و الحُكم ، و تصرف أنظارها إلى الأخطار الخارجيّة من دول أخرى أو مجتمعات أ
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Branwen
Sep 22, 2015 Branwen rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
One-Dimensional Man is one of those unique books who grow into their predictions.

Marcuse examined the popular culture and technological achievements of his time and correctly saw their underlying logic -- that of the 'rational', 'scientific' way of managing society, which was not solely a tool of the Western elite but had also been adopted by the Soviet Bloc.

This way of management, no less totalitarian than Mussolini's Italy or Nazi Germany uses the manipulation of language, a cowed, self abas
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Brandt
Jul 08, 2015 Brandt rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book, first published in 1964, was arguably one of the most significant critiques of the "comfortable" culture that was changing the landscape of human societal interaction.
The book expresses a desire to understand and abstract the ideas of freedom and happiness that become suppressed by societal modes of domination and control.
If you are new to critical theory, this book may present some problems of understanding but, can still be comprehended at a rudimentary level.
Although written in,
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R. Eck
Jan 28, 2015 R. Eck rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I like this NYRB summary:
(1) The concept of “one-dimensional man” asserts that there are other dimensions of human existence in addition to the present one and that these have been eliminated. It maintains that the spheres of existence formerly considered as private (e.g. sexuality) have now become part of the entire system of social domination of man by man, and it suggests that totalitarianism can be imposed without terror.

(2) Technological rationality, which impoverishes all aspects of contem
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Andrew
Jan 02, 2015 Andrew rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
It's the post war boom and the working class seems to be content with their suburban houses and their TV sets. Nobody is talking about revolution anymore and looking at the state of the USSR, the whole idea seems frankly ridiculous. Marcuse thinks the situation is a brick wall for human progress. Our alienation had been smoothed over by passifying consumerism and the whole system has assumed a logic all of its own, so it's not even clear we can blame the boss anymore. Just see a shrink instead.

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Philip
Aug 27, 2014 Philip rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Ideological Consumerism: Contemporary Reflections on One Dimensional Man by Herbert Marcuse

Over fifty years ago the Marxist philosopher Herbert Marcuse published the book that made his name, One Dimensional Man. What perplexed Marxist analysts at the time was how one might explain the apparent acquiescence of those whom capitalism exploited in order to extract its profit in an overall process that perpetuated a continued slavery. Gramschi’s concept of hegemony had identified a latency that disco
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Brant
Jan 14, 2016 Brant rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I ended up writing 5 pages of notes on this book. There were some positive aspects to the way he approached the subject of the (1964) modern industrial society.

I was impressed with his use of psychoanalysis, and Hegelian dialectics. He made a valid prediction that the Third World would eventually succumb to Neo-colonialism. He addressed the issue that before one can approach critical theory one has to choose between the dualing tendencies that are the result of the Enlightenment and logical for
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German-Jewish philosopher, political theorist and sociologist, and a member of the Frankfurt School. Celebrated as the "Father of the New Left", his best known works are Eros and Civilization, One-Dimensional Man and The Aesthetic Dimension. Marcuse was a major intellectual influence on the New Left and student movements of the 1960s.
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“If the worker and his boss enjoy the same television program and visit the same resort places, if the typist is as attractively made up as the daughter of her employer, if the Negro owns a Cadillac, if they all read the same newspaper, then this assimilation indicates not the disappearance of classes, but the extent to which the needs and satisfactions that serve the preservation of the Establishment are shared by the underlying population.” 39 likes
“By virtue of the way it has organized its technological base, contemporary industrial society tends to be totalitarian. For "totalitarian" is not only a terroristic political coordination of society, but also a non-terroristic economic-technical coordination which operates through the manipulation of needs by vested interests.” 19 likes
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