La Bibliografia gramsciana, fondata da John M. Cammett, ora curata da Francesco Giasi e da Maria Luisa Righi con la collaborazione dell'International Gramsci Society raccoglie volumi, saggi e articoli su Gramsci pubblicati dal 1922 e pubblicazioni e traduzioni degli scritti di Gramsci dal 1927. Per aggiornamenti, integrazioni o correzioni scrivere a: bibliografiagramsciana@fondazionegramsci.org

  • Filippini, Michele
    Using Gramsci: A New Approach, London: Pluto Press, 2016, XV, 192

    This is a new approach to one of the greatest political theorists, Antonio Gramsci. Gramsci's Prison Notebooks are one of the most popular Marxist texts available and continue to inspire readers across the world. In Using Gramsci, Michele Filippini proposes a new approach based on the analysis of previously ignored concepts in his works, creating a book which stands apart. Including chapters on ideology, the individual, collective organisms, society, crisis and temporality, Using Gramsci offers a new pattern in Gramscian studies aimed to speak to the broader audience of social sciences scholars. The tools that are provided in this book extend the uses of Gramsci beyond the field of political theory and Marxism, while remaining firmly rooted in his writings. Working from the original Italian texts, Filippini also examines the more traditional areas of Gramsci's thought, including hegemony, organic intellectuals and civil society. This book will be perfect for scholars and students of Gramsci's thought, whether they are experts, or coming to his ideas for the first time.

    Series Preface ix
    Acknowledgements xii
    Abbreviations xv
    Introduction 1
    1 Ideology 4
    The problem of ideology 4
    The historicity of the concept of ideology 5
    The complexity of ideology 9
    The truth/falsity of ideology 14
    The conceptual constellation of ideology including hegemony 18
    2 The individual 24
    The structure of the individual 24
    The social production of the individual: Gramsci and
    Durkheim 28
    'Man is a social worker': Gramsci and Sorel 32
    The theory of personality and molecular transformations 37
    3 Collective organisms 43
    Collective organisms between civil society and the State 43
    Bureaucracy and officials: Gramsci and Weber 48
    The political party and the political class 52
    Organic centralism and living philology 57
    Machiavelli and the modern Prince 60
    4 Society 65
    The organicity of society 65
    Organic intellectuals and mass intellectuality 67
    How society works 73
    Gramsci's 'sociological operators' 78
    5 The crisis 86
    A new understanding of the crisis 86
    The multiple meanings of 'crisis' 90
    The political science of crisis 94
    Crisis and organization 100
    6 Temporality 105
    The dual character of Gramscian time 105
    Signs of time: the theory of personality, common sense,
    language, East and West 108
    The shape of duration: the passive revolution 114
    The form of epoch: how novelty emerges 118
    Conclusion 122
    Notes 124
    Bibliography 157
    Index 170
    SOGGETTI:Marxismo; Quaderni del carcere; Scienze Sociali





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