DIALECTIC AND CIVIL SOCIETY. Gramsci as «reader» of Hegel

1/2018, June ISBN: 978-88-31928-37-3pp. 30 - 46 DOI: 10.19280/P2018-1-003


The article takes into account the judgment of Antonio Gramsci on Hegel’s philosophy, with particular regard to the philosophical pages of the Prison Notebooks. The Hegelian influence is very important from the youth, even with the mediation of Italian idealism (from Bertrando Spaventa to Benedetto Croce) and manifests itself in some characteristic concepts, such as that of “immanence”. The author investigates the meaning of the dialectic in the Prison Notebooks and analyzes the category of «civil society» and the influence of Hegel’s philosophy of right in the genesis of the concept of «hegemony».


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Musté, Marcello. "DIALECTIC AND CIVIL SOCIETY. Gramsci as «reader» of Hegel". Pólemos XI. 1. (2018): 30-46 https://www.rivistapolemos.it/dialettica-e-societa-civile-gramsci-come-interprete-di-hegel/?lang=en
Musté, M. (2018). "DIALECTIC AND CIVIL SOCIETY. Gramsci as «reader» of Hegel". Pólemos XI. (1). 30-46 https://www.rivistapolemos.it/dialettica-e-societa-civile-gramsci-come-interprete-di-hegel/?lang=en
Musté, Marcello. 2018. "DIALECTIC AND CIVIL SOCIETY. Gramsci as «reader» of Hegel". Pólemos XI (1). Donzelli Editore: 30-46. https://www.rivistapolemos.it/dialettica-e-societa-civile-gramsci-come-interprete-di-hegel/?lang=en



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