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Hegemony and revolution : a study of Antonio Gramsci's political and cultural theory / Walter L. Adamson.


Berkeley : University of California Press, [1980] .
ISBN 0520050576, 9780520050570, 0520039246, 9780520039247

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Subjects Gramsci Antonio -- Ideologie -- Theorie.
Gramsci Antonio -- Politische Philosophie.
Gramsci Antonio -- Politische Theorie.
Gramsci, Antonio, 1891-1937
Gramsci, Antonio, 1891-1937 -- Contributions in political science.
Gramsci, Antonio, 1891-1937.
Gramsci, Antonio.
Ideologie.
Politieke wetenschappen.
Politische Philosophie.
Politische Theorie.
Theorie.
Description x, 304 pages ; 22 cm
Copyright Date [1980]
©1980
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 285-296) and index.
Contents Introduction -- part I. 1. The formative years -- Culture and politics in post-Risorgimento Italy -- Between Croce and La Voce -- Organizing a collective will -- 2. The 'New Order' and its collapse -- Gramsci's Russia and the road to Marx -- The 'New Order' in Turin -- Revolt in the PSI -- 3. Fascism and revolution in the West -- United front and fusion -- The meaing of facism -- A revolutionary reassessment -- Chairman Gramsci and the southern question -- part II. 4. Philosophy as political education -- Plato, Hegel, and Marx -- The Second International and its critics -- Bukharin, Croce, and Gramsci -- The pragmatological dialectic -- 5. Political education as the ovecoming of common sense -- The psychological foundation -- The social and historical context -- the coming of a regulated society -- 6. Hegemony, historical bloc, and Italian history -- Hegemony and historical bloc -- the polemic against Croce -- Jacobinism and its absence -- Transformism and crisis of authority -- 7. The autonomy of politics -- The modern prince -- State and society -- Revolution as "war of position" -- Conclusion: Gramsci's political theory in historical perspective
Network Numbers (OCoLC)5990785
(OCoLC)ocm05990785
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WorldCat Identities Adamson, Walter L.
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