Language And Hegemony In Gramsci
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Language And Hegemony In Gramsci

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Language and Hegemony in Gramsci introduces Gramsci’s social and political thought through his writings on language. It shows how his focus on language illuminates his central ideas such as hegemony, organic and traditional intellectuals, passive revolution, civil society and subalternity. Peter Ives explores Gramsci’s concern with language from his university studies in l...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published September 13th 2004 by Pluto Press (first published July 16th 2004)
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Gramsci continues to be the least interesting and enlightening of the Marxists I've read...But one can't expect much from someone trapped in a fascist prison suffering from congenital disorders.
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