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The intellectuals on the road to class power / George Konrád, Ivan Szelenyi ; translated by Andrew Arato and Richard E. Allen.

; Szelényi, Iván, author
1st ed.. New York : Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, [1979] .
ISBN 0151778604, 9780151778607

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Standard Title Értelmiség útja az osztályhatalomhoz. English
Other Authors Szelényi, Iván,
Subjects Communisme.
Europe, Eastern -- Intellectual life.
Europe, Eastern.
Intellectual life.
Intellectuals -- Europe, Eastern.
Intellectuals.
Intellectuelen.
Klassenstrijd.
Power (Social sciences)
Social classes -- Europe, Eastern.
Social classes.
Socialism -- Europe, Eastern.
Socialism.
Description xix, 252 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1979]
©1979
Notes "A Helen and Kurt Wolff book."
Translation of Az értlemiség útja az osztályhatalomhoz.
Contents 1. What makes us intellectuals?: Theoretical background to the self-definition of the intelligentsia ; To what extent is intellectual knowledge transcendant? ; The historical determination of the intelligentsia -- 2. The intelligentsia in the social structure: When is the concept of class applicable? ; Models of economic integration and the social structure -- 3. The intelligentsia's evolution into a class : the historical background: The intellegentsia : social estate, social straum, or class? ; The intellectual stratum in market economics ; The intellectuals under state-monopoly capitalism ; The Eastern European intellegentsia's road to power -- 4. The evolution of the intelligentsia into a class in the socialist societies of Eastern Europe: Power, its nature and institutions under rational redistribution ; The struggle for power withing the intelligentsia ; Some notes on the relationship between the working class and the intellectual class ; The role of the marginal intelligentsia in the formation of an intellectual class, in articualting workers' interests, and in developing a critical social consciousness.
Geographic Area Europe, Eastern
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4884637
(OCoLC)ocm04884637
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Konrád, György, 1933-
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