Antonio Gramsci: Intellectual and political context, Volumen 1

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James Martin
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - 400 páginas
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General Introduction
1
Theory and practice in Gramscis Marxism
7
PARTS
8
INTELLECTUAL AND POLITICAL CONTEXT
10
PART
15
On Gramscis theater criticism
33
a structural analysis
42
Gramsci and Marxism in Britain
57
Culture and language
165
Gramsci and Lenin 19171922
172
Gramsci and democracy
177
Antonio Gramscis sociology of literature
189
Gramsci and Walzer on the intellectual as social critic
191
Antonio Gramsci and the soviet experiment in Italy
199
A grammatical introduction to Gramscis political theory
212
A history of the Turinese communists written by a liberal
213

Gramsci and Gobetti
60
The concept of nature in Gramsci
62
a review of the literature
81
Gramsci and Italian political culture
85
PART 6
91
The people intellectuals and specialized knowledge
94
Gramscis anti Croce
115
some reflections
116
beyond Lenin and Togliatti 432
121
Gramscis theory of intellectuals
124
Gramsci Croce and the Italian political tradition
127
Political theory
131
Gramscis Crocean Marxism
139
Antonio Gramsci
145
Gramsci and Sorel 19161920
153
Who practices hegemony? class division and the subject of politics
154
Epistemology and science
157
Gramsci Gentile and the theory of the ethical state in Italy
225
Gramsci and us
227
The official and popular in Gramsci and Bakhtin
231
Factory councils Gramsci and the industrialists
245
the case
257
The ideology of labor and capitalist rationality in Gramsci
269
PART 4
277
THOMAS R BATES
281
the evolution of Gramscis
296
State and civil society 337
307
After Gramsci
310
The GramsciTrotsky question 19221932
320
problems and possibilities
324
Gramsci and the politics of civil society 478
350
Gramscis interpretation of Fascism
354
International relations theory
355
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Sobre el autor (2002)

James Kirby Martin is Distinguished University Professor of History at the University of Houston and author of numerous books, among them "Men in Rebellion" and "A Respectable Army: The Military Origins of the Republic.

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