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Hegemony and Class Struggle Trotsky, Gramsci and Marxism

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Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 06/2021
Edizione: 1st ed. 2021


Leon Trotsky and Antonio Gramsci are two of the most important Marxist thinkers of the 20th century. This book explores the similarities and the differences between their philosophical and political theories. The first and second chapters deal with a still under-investigated aspect of Trotsky’s thought, i.e. his reflections on the issue of hegemony. The third chapter focuses on Gramsci’s critique of Trotsky in his Prison Notebooks, analysing Gramsci’s knowledge of Trotsky’s positions as well as the scope and limits of Gramsci’s critique. The fourth chapter consists of a critical rereading of Perry Anderson's essay Antinomies of Antonio Gramsci, originally published in 1976 and republished in 2017 and an analysis of the book Gramsci and Trotsky in the Shadow of Stalinism by Emanuele Saccarelli. The result is an investigation that offers new insight into both Trotsky’s and Gramsci’s thought, while proposing a new point of view from which to interpret revolutionary theory and strategy in the contemporary scenario. One of the main topics addressed throughout the three essays is the specific position of the problem of hegemony in a theory of permanent revolution, demonstrating that Trotsky had a particular understanding of the question of hegemony and that Gramsci, in turn, introduced a concept of hegemony that is closely associated with an idea of permanent revolution, such that the dynamics of the relationship between democratic struggles and socialist struggles presented in both theories are very similar.


Hegemony in Trotsky's Thought: From Hegemonic Power to Theory of Revolution
    Hegemony in the analysis of world domination
    Crisis of the British Empire and the rise of US hegemony
    Versailles and Frances' "unstable hegemony"
    The law of productivity and the "theoretical model" of hegemonic power
    Hegemony in the theory of revolution
    Lenin: hegemony as a political dynamic
    Trotsky: hegemony as a social-political dynamic
    The question of hegemony in the balance sheet of 1905
    Soviets and hegemony
    Later recaps: Lenin according to Trotsky
    The Chinese revolution of 1925-27 and the theory of the permanent revolution
    History of the Russian Revolution: critical rethinking of the problem of hegemony
    Hegemony and the revolution in the West
    Hegemony and duality of powers
    Coutinho, Zavaleta Mercado and Bensaid: debates on dual power
    Popular Front vs. Hegemony

Hegemony in Trotsky's Thought: The Problem of Hegemony in the Transition
    NEP, smycka, hegemony
    Lenin's last struggle
    Fromthe truce of the XII Congress to the emergence of the Opposition
    The Scissors Crisis 
    Bukharin, Zinoviev and Stalin: the re-emergence of old controversies
    Criticism of harmonicism and bureaucratic methods
    Stalin's USSR: predominance of the bureaucract, hegemony of the proletariat?
    Conclusion: hegemony and permanent revolution

Trotsky in the Prison Notebooks
    Trotsky's books published after his expulsion from the USSR
    Revolutionary practice and "intellectualized" theory
    Antonio Labriola and the tasks of the workers' state
    Trotsky and industrialism: debate on transition
    Between Cossacks and unionists
    The "frontal attack" in times of siege
    The Soviet Five-Year Plan: from fatalism to activism
    The economic-corporate phase of the USSR: from "pretty minds" to "mechanic waste
    Trotsky returns...and looks a little more like Lenin Bronstein, the German Bessarione and Davidovich
    Black parliamentarism: "the liquidation of Leon Davidovich"
    End to start

Once again on Trotsky and Gramsci
    Perry Anderson: Whose Antinomies?
    The problem of West Democracy and State
    Hegemony and Culture
    War of position and the problem of strategy
    Emanuele Saccarelli: against the legacy of Stalinism in Political Theory
    Gramsci for academics: distortions and depolitcization 
    The Devil is called Trotsky
    Towards a rethinking of communism


Juan Dal Maso is an Independent Scholar from the City of Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is also a member of the editorial board of Ideas de Izquierda Semanario (Ideas of the Left Weekly) in Argentina, and the author of the following books; El marxismo de Gramsci (The marxism of Gramsci, 2016), translated to Italian and Portuguese, and Althusser y Sacristán (Louis Althusser and Manuel Sacristán, 2020) written with Ariel Petruccelli.

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Marx, Engels, and Marxisms
Dimensioni: 210 x 148 mm Ø 452 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Illustration Notes:1 Illustrations, black and white
Pagine Arabe: 221
Pagine Romane: xxiv

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