„To live one's love and hatred, to live that which one is means defeat, resignation, and death. The crimes of society, the hell that man has made or man become unconquerable cosmic forces.“

—  Herbert Marcuse, livro One-Dimensional Man, One-Dimensional Man (1964), p. 61
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Herbert Marcuse4
professor académico alemão 1898 - 1979

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