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The Rhythm of Thought in Gramsci : A Diachronic Interpretation of Prison Notebooks

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The Rhythm of Thought in Gramsci : A Diachronic Interpretation of Prison Notebooks
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The Rhythm of Thought in Gramsci
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A Diachronic Interpretation of Prison Notebooks
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The Rhythm of Thought in Gramsci : A Diachronic Interpretation of Prison Notebooks
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The Rhythm of Thought in Gramsci : A Diachronic Interpretation of Prison Notebooks
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  • {u200E}Contents -- {u200E}A Note on the Text -- {u200E}Preface. Questions of Method -- {u200E}Part 1. Philosophy - Politics - Economics -- {u200E}Chapter 1. Structure and Superstructures -- {u200E}1. Working Hypothesis -- {u200E}2. The 'Bukharinian' Phase (from the Party School to Notebook 4, 12 and 15: 1925-30) -- {u200E}3. The 'Centrist' Thesis from the End of 1930 (Notebook 4, 38) -- {u200E}4. The 'Crisis' of 1931 (Notebook 7) -- {u200E}5. Moving beyond the Architectural Metaphor (Notebook 8: End of 1931-Beginning of 1932) -- {u200E}6. The 'Inertia' of the Old Formulations (Notebooks 10, 11 and 13: 1932-3) -- {u200E}7. 'Unended Quest' (Notebooks 10, 11, 14, 15 and 17: 1932-5) -- {u200E}8. Provisional Conclusions -- {u200E}Chapter 2. Hegemony -- {u200E}1. Introduction -- {u200E}2. 'Posing the Issue' -- {u200E}3. Hegemony and Civil Society -- {u200E}4. Hegemony and the Intellectuals -- {u200E}5. Hegemony and the Party -- {u200E}6. The Sources of Gramsci's Concept of Hegemony -- {u200E}7. A (Re)definition of Gramsci's Concept of Hegemony -- {u200E}Chapter 3. Regulated Society -- {u200E}1. Philosophy - Politics - Economics -- {u200E}2. 'Importuning the Texts' -- {u200E}3. The Regulated Society 'from Utopia to Science' -- {u200E}4. Towards a New Reformation? -- {u200E}5. Gramsci as Critic of the 'Critical Economy' -- {u200E}6. Toward 'a New Economic Science' -- {u200E}Part 2. The Analysis of Several Internal Dynamics of the Notebooks -- {u200E}Chapter 4. The 'Alternatives' to Structure-Superstructure -- {u200E}1. 'Quantity and Quality' -- {u200E}2. 'Content and Form' -- {u200E}3. 'Objective and Subjective' -- {u200E}4. 'Historical Bloc' -- {u200E}Chapter 5. The Gradual Transformation in Gramsci's Categories -- {u200E}1. Methodological Premise -- {u200E}2. 'Organic', 'Bureaucratic', 'Democratic Centralism' -- {u200E}3. 'Common Sense' and/or 'Good Sense' -- {u200E}4. Civil Society -- {u200E}Chapter 6. Gramsci and the Marxist Tradition -- {u200E}1. 'Marx, the Author of Concrete Political and Historical Works': Caesarism and Bonapartism -- {u200E}2. Engels and the Marxist 'Vulgate'
  • {u200E}3. Conclusion: Gramsci, from Lenin to Marx -- {u200E}Bibliography -- {u200E}Name Index -- {u200E}Subject Index
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