Earlier this year, the sixth and final volume of Herbert Marcuse’s Collected Papers was published. The series was begun back in 1998, and they were edited by Douglas Kellner, joined by Clayton Pierce for the final two volumes. They are expensive – £65 or $105 each, and even the earliest is not available in paperback, with even the e-books the same price. Maybe something to consider the next time I do review work for Routledge.
Thanks to Noir Ecologies for the link – worth a read for some reflections on Marcuse’s changing status as thinker and activist.