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|Title:||‘A virada de Moscou’: o diálogo entre Gramsci e os bolcheviques (1922-1923)|
|Keywords:||Hegemony;Russian Revolution;Antonio Gramsci|
|Citation:||Revista Outubro, 2018, 30 pp. 173 - 189 (17)|
|Abstract:||The article investigates the thought of Antonio Gramsci in the period 1922-1923, a context in which the Sardinian Marxist was in direct contact with the Soviet experience. It proposes that the specific characteristic of Gramsci's “mature” conception of hegemony was shaped by a profound problematic that emerged during this period. That is, conformed by the Bolshevik transition in the sense of a dialectical notion of “hegemonic-historical progress”. It is, therefore, a perspective that proposes hegemony in terms of its capacity (or inability) to produce real instances of historical progress.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Politics, History and Law Research Papers|
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