Ludwig Marcuse Philosopher

Ludwig marcuse

Professor Ludwig Marcuse (February 8, 1894 in Berlin – August 2, 1971 in Bad Wiessee), was a philosopher and writer of Jewish origin. From 1933 to 1940 Marcuse lived in France, settling with other German exiles in Sanary-sur-Mer. From 1940 to 1950 he lived in Los Angeles. He returned to Germany at the end of his life. In 1962, his non-fiction book Obscene: The history of an indignation was published. The work revolves around leading obscenity trials: Friedrich Schlegel's Lucinde (Jena, 1799), Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary (Paris, 1857), Arthur Schnitzler's Round Dance (Berlin, 1920), D. H. Lawrence's Lady Chatterley (London, 1960), and Henry Miller's Tropic of Cancer (Los Angeles, 1962). A chapter is also devoted to the crusade of Anthony Comstock and the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice. His papers are held at the Feuchtwanger Memorial Library at the University of Southern California.

Personal details

Date of birth
February 8th, 1894
Nationality
Germany
Date of death
August 2nd, 1971 at age of 77
Place of death
Bad Wiessee

Written work

1.Soldier of the church

Editions Subjects Co-authors
1939. at New York City

2.Plato and Dionysius

Editions Subjects Co-authors
1947. at New York City

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