Paul Piccone. Italian Marxism.

Biblioteca /  1980-1989

Paul Piccone. Italian Marxism.

Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983.

200 páginas.

CONTENTS

INTRODUCTION

I – THE CULTURAL BACKGROUND

Origins of the Philosophy of Praxis

The Hegelian Heritage

Hegel in Italy

Spaventa’s Hegelianism

Critical versus Orthodox Hegelianism

Gramsci’s Interpretation of Italian History

II – MARXISM IN ITALY

The Hegelian Kernel and the Marxist Shell

Labriola’s Path to Marxism

A German Lost in Italy

The Difficult Birth of the Italian Socialist Party

Stitching Together Western Marxism

The Dissipation of Labriola’s Marxism

Labriola’s Legacy

III – FROM PHILOSOPHY TO POLITICS

The Best Tactician of the International Communist Movement

Between Croce and Lenin

Deprovincialization through the Workers’ Councils

Bolshevization

From Gramsci to Bukharin

The Making of an Oxymoron

IV – GRAMSCI’S MARXISM VERSUS LENIN’S

Toward a Demystification of Gramsci

Marxist Methodology

The Theory of Imperialism

The Theory of Revolution

Theory of the Party

Philosophy

The Gramscian Heritage

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