Gramsci


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 (gräm′shē), Antonio 1891-1937.
Italian political leader and theorist who helped establish the Italian Communist party in 1921. Mussolini later outlawed the party and Gramsci was imprisoned (1926-1937).

Gramsci

(Italian ˈɡramʃɪ)
n
(Biography) Antonio. 1891–1937, Italian politician and Marxist theorist: founder (1921) of the Italian Communist party. His important works were written during his imprisonment (1926–37) by the Fascists
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Gramsci would have advised that enlisting America's religious establishments in the service of the ruling class's larger priorities need not have cost nearly as much as Mussolini paid in 1929.
By deploying this Saidian rereading of Gramsci, Hussein aims "to trace the (re-)emerging collective of one-state .
and translated) Antonio Gramsci, A Great and Terrible World': The Pre-Prison Letters, 1908-1926, (London: Lawrence and Wishart, 2014), ISBN 9781608463930, 384pp, 25[pound sterling].
A hegemonic system comes into existence when a particular philosophy--say the idea that economic growth is good for climate change--is superimposed over what Gramsci terms common sense.
O outro significado, baseado em Gramsci, refere-se a condicao em um sistema mundial em que o Estado dominante e as suas classes dominantes sustentam sua posicao por meio da adesao a principios que sao aceitos ou tolerados por uma proporcao suficiente de Estados subordinados e forcas sociais.
Jose Arico, teorico del socialismo argentino y latinoamericano, nos introduce en la medula de los Cuadernos de la Carcel (CC): "el mensaje de Gramsci sigue siendo actual, porque nos remite al problema irresuelto del sentido, que la hipertrofia de la modernizacion ha colocado de manera angustiante ante los hombres del presente" (Arico, 1988: 130).
The shadows of Antonio Gramsci in the pedagogical drifts of Hernandez Arregui
Among these sources, a special relevance is reserved for Gramsci, for his idealized public persona, as well as his often manipulated words, to the extent that, precisely in the light of this discursive strategy, Dario Fo's use of Gramsci can be read as a notable example of that tradition of uses and misuses of the Marxist thinker characterizing the ideological debate in Italy for almost forty years after the end of World War II.
According to Gramsci, Marxist theory was of conscious action taking place at three levels of force, which were economic, political and military, Mallick said, adding that the role of political forces was of paramount importance in Marxist understanding of the world.
A rigor, pode assumir diversas formas, constituindo-se meio para a construcao de hegemonia; assim, propomos realizar uma reflexao sobrea praxis educativa dos jesuitas vistos, com base em Gramsci, como intelectuais, tendo em conta o desenvolvimento social e produtivo da epoca colonial.
At the heart of this question is the work of Antonio Gramsci, his writings on 'popular culture' in which 'popular' means 'of the people' rather than 'generally consumed by customers' or 'commercially successful'.