Egemonia leninista, egemonia gramsciana

Author/s Anna Di Biagio
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2008/74 Language Italian
Pages 26 P. 29-54 File size 106 KB
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Egemonia leninista, egemonia gramsciana ABSTRACT: Anna Di Biagio’s essay reconstructs the mix of contrasts and agreement between Gramsci’s writings and the statements of authoritative leaders of the international communist movement (above all, Lenin). This makes possible a more precise identification than hitherto of the sources from which Gramsci derived the suggestions and examples which subsequently entered into his concept of hegemony, elaborated in systematic form in the Prison Notebooks.

Anna Di Biagio, Egemonia leninista, egemonia gramsciana in "PASSATO E PRESENTE" 74/2008, pp 29-54, DOI: