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Selections from the Prison Notebooks An Extensive Anthology, Including His Most Important Writings While In Prison On Philosophy, History, Communist Party Formation, The Intellectuals, And Other Subjects.

About the Author: Antonio Gramsci

Antonio Gramsci was an Italian writer, politician, political theorist, linguist and philosopher A founding member and onetime leader of the Communist Party of Italy, he was imprisoned by Benito Mussolini s Fascist regime His writings are heavily concerned with the analysis of culture and political leadership and he is notable as a highly original thinker within the Marxist tradition He is renowned for his concept of cultural hegemony as a means of maintaining the state in a capitalist society.

10 thoughts on “Selections from the Prison Notebooks

  1. says:

    this is a very pleasant book it helps a lot if you read it while writing job applications of course it also makes you want to go to prison but let s stop here.

  2. says:

    Gramsci s notebooks are wide ranging and not the easiest to read I found the rambling nature of the notes hard to boil down to a general idea So while I was reading these notes I made use of youtube to get what the important takeaway from Gramsci exactly is The major thing to look for is his idea of cultural hege

  3. says:

    What s strange about Gramsci is the way he works within a very Marxist theory framework discussion of whether or not Americanism can constitute a historical epoch, for instance but whole huge sections of work draw conclusions about the nature of fascism and Italian history are by no means explicitly Marxist I suppose tha

  4. says:

    There s so much in Gramsci s Prison Notebooks Italian history, practical Marxism, a 1920 s Italian perspective on American business How could you not want to read it Gramsci s writings cover a wide ground He interprets Machiavelli in a modern context, describing political parties as the modern Prince and explores the opportuniti

  5. says:

    I decided to read this book in order to presenting a simple essay for Critical Theory subject at my university Gramsci was a Neo Marxist, he writes all the essay when he was at prison In the beginning of chapter you will see Gramsci s brief biography The translator nicely tells us the history and background of Gramsci s writing Gramsci

  6. says:

    I browsed these lovely 3 volumes in the store last evening as a winter storm was gathering does anyone have anything to say re are these big things worth my time They look so enchanting

  7. says:

    Gramsci was one of the most important, original and influential marxist writers of the 20th Century He wrote extensively on the role of intellectuals, on education, history, politics, culture, the modern state and philosophy The Prison Notebooks was written between 1929 and 1935, when Gramsci was a prisoner of the Italian fascist state under Mussolini

  8. says:

    The sense of achievement after finishing this is similar to that of finishing Capitalit is massive and, given its fractured nature, I d say evenchallenging Gramsci is so often referenced, however, I took many of his ideas rather for granted After reading him for myself, I d say there isof interest here, andthat I find problematic than I d ever expectedand is d

  9. says:

    one of the key leftist texts author develops a number of innovative ideas within the context of Marxism hard to overstate the value.

  10. says:

    Selections from the Prison Notebooks by Antonio Gramsci reading this tome is enlightening and firms up my appreciation of Gramsci that is totally opposed to the liberal academic appropriation of the Italian communist thinker Majority of Gramsci s interpreters endorse a nebulous cultural politics of hegemony that is divorced from the class struggle and historical necessity and

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