Logos and Kratos: Gramsci and the Ancients on Hegemony

Fontana, Benedetto
April 2000
Journal of the History of Ideas;Apr2000, Vol. 61 Issue 2, p305
Academic Journal
Locates the concept of hegemony by philosopher Antonio Gramsci within the political thought of classical antiquity. Analysis on the national-popular and people-nation concept; Employment of hegemony to explain revolutionary failures; Account on the philosophical and theoretical themes in the theories of Gramsci.


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