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  • Fonseca, Marco
    Gramsci's Critique of Civil Society: Towards a New Concept of Hegemony, New York; London: Routledge, 2016. X, 214 p.
    Based on a careful reading of Gramsci's The Prison Notebooks, Marco Fonseca shows hegemony as more than leadership of elites over subaltern majorities based on "consent". Following Gramsci's critique of citizenship, civil society and democracy, including the current project of neoliberal "democracy promotion" particularly in the Global South, he discloses a hidden process of hegemony that generates the preconditions for consent and, thus, successful domination.

    As the struggles from Zapatismo to Chavismo and from the Arab Springs to Spain's Podemos show, liberation is not possible without counter-hegemony. This book will be of interest to activist scholars engaged in the study of Marxism, Gramsci, political philosophy, and contemporary debates about the renewal of Marxist thought and the relevance of revolution and Communism for the twenty-first century.

    Introduction
    1. Rethinking Structures and Superstructures
    2. On Moral and Intellectual Reform
    3. The Process of Hegemony
    4. A Critique of Civil Society
    5. War of Position as Counter-Hegemony
    6. The Modern Prince: Refounding the State Conclusion: Towards a New Concept of Hegemony

    SOGGETTI:Società Civile; Egemonia culturale; Marxismo; Quaderni del Carcere