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The concept is keyed into a series of oppositions: state v. My lovely non-marxist significant other has drawn little hearts around this passage, which I also highlighted in a more conventional manner: elections never produce a government dedicated to the expropriation of capital and the realization of socialism. Fifty years after the advent of universal suffrage, such a phenomenon seems further away than ever. What is the reason for this paradox? It must lie in the prior conditioning of the proletariat before the electoral moment as such.

The central locus of power must therefore be sought within civil society—above all, in capitalist control of the means of communication press, radio, television, cinema, publishing , based on control of the means of production private property.

In a more sophisticated variant, the real inculcation of voluntary acceptance of capitalism occurs not so much through the ideological indoctrination of the means of communication as in the invisible diffusion of commodity fetishism through the market of instinctual habits of submission induced by the work routines of factories and offices—in other words, directly within the ambit of the means of production themselves.

Good stuff. Recommended for those in want of an art of audacity. More politically inflected by the European situation of the mid 70s than I remember when I first read this - 40 years ago in NLR. A lengthy exegesis on the difference between coercion and consent, east and west. What is always gainsaid, from the perspective of , is whether the working class is revolutionary. The absence of any discussion of nationalism by Anderson or the founders of modern Marxism elides an essential point about how the state extracts consent, as well as coerces it.

Also, mo More politically inflected by the European situation of the mid 70s than I remember when I first read this - 40 years ago in NLR. Also, more theoretically, I don't think that what Gramsci means by hegemony is equivalent to its other usages in the communist movement. The distortive impact of the revolution cannot be measured. Anderson adds a new preface ruing how far away we are from the 70s. He makes the crucial point, belied by his own essay, that any great thinkers work is never a unity, especially when it's produced under the conditions endured by Gramsci.

Aug 25, Paul rated it really liked it. I don't know what you call a tin ear for Praxis, but whatever it is, Perry Anderson's got it. Apr 13, Ben S rated it it was amazing. This was my second read through of this short essay, and i found it as interesting and grounding as my first.

A summary and brief analysis of Gramsci's writings on hegemony, civil society and the state, and the war of position, it places Gramsci's use of the terms in context, discusses the roles of fascist censors in his writings, and analyzes how the way he used those terms changes over the course of the notebooks. Gramsci's thoughts are always important, but I found revisiting them during hte e This was my second read through of this short essay, and i found it as interesting and grounding as my first.

Gramsci's thoughts are always important, but I found revisiting them during hte end of the Bernie campaign especially helpful. His discussion of hoow consent operates, and the role of civil society in producing consent to capitalist system provides a powerful framework for analyizing the failures of the bernie campaign.

Additionally, as the reality of Covid blasts a hole in the premises of capitalist ideology, the war of position provides a way to analyze what actions the left should take in this time. Gramsci is incredibly important for the left today, his thinking on how power operates in bourgeois democracies is necessary for all serious leftists to consider.

He does have his limits though, He's writing in the context of Italy, and fails to consider how a settler colonialist state liberal democracy for white people, a police state for black and brown people complicates his organizing model.

Regardless, I'm glad a I reread it. A good use of Quarantine reading time. Dec 20, Dan rated it it was amazing. The book ends with an incredible report written by one of his fellow prisoners who describes a series of lectures Gramsci gave to other prisoners arguing against the Third Period turn in Comintern policy. But this book is also interesting in that it raises how consent is really built in capitalist society. Anderson says the primary source of consent is the republican form of government.

He downplays the transmission of ideology over the structural sense that we live in a democracy we can change things. One's enjoyment of this book will very much depend upon why one is interested in Gramsci. For my purposes, this book was quite interesting in places but altogether dry and difficult to muster up enthusiasm for. Perry Anderson has a gift for focusing on some of the most dull parts of Gramsci's work - or at least one would be forgiven for thinking them dull due to his style.

Nevertheless - the book remains quite indispensable for those wishing to understand Gramsci's place within the Marxist canno One's enjoyment of this book will very much depend upon why one is interested in Gramsci.

Nevertheless - the book remains quite indispensable for those wishing to understand Gramsci's place within the Marxist cannon. Especially worth a read for the Athos Lisa memoir included as an appendix taken from Chapter 5: notes on Gramsci's political speeches at Turi di Bari.

Includes the background on the famous "punch to the eye" that was the argument Gramsci's against Third Period adventurism. Feb 12, v. Errejoner por sorpresa. There are works I should've read later, in order to truly take advantage of them. In the case of this one, I regret not having read it before. Jan 06, Rambox rated it it was amazing. Guillermo Granado Roncero rated it liked it Nov 20, Miquel rated it really liked it Apr 29, Thodoris rated it really liked it Mar 28, Alex Fortuna rated it really liked it Apr 24, Edward rated it really liked it Sep 29, Tiago Fontes rated it really liked it Jul 29, Amid rated it it was amazing May 03, Alex T rated it really liked it Oct 26, Alaitz rated it did not like it Jan 08, Steve rated it it was amazing Jul 19, Kastel rated it liked it Nov 08, Aeiko rated it liked it Jun 10, Instrumvoc rated it liked it Mar 15, Felix rated it liked it Mar 03, Hazal rated it liked it Jan 11, Brandon Prince rated it really liked it Feb 11, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

Readers also enjoyed. About Perry Anderson. Perry Anderson. Perry Anderson is an English Marxist intellectual and historian. He is the brother of historian Benedict Anderson. He was an influence on the New Left.

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He wrote on political theory , sociology and linguistics. He attempted to break from the economic determinism of traditional Marxist thought and so is considered a key neo-Marxist. Gramsci wrote more than 30 notebooks and 3, pages of history and analysis during his imprisonment. His Prison Notebooks are considered a highly original contribution to 20th century political theory. The notebooks cover a wide range of topics, including Italian history and nationalism , the French Revolution , fascism , Fordism , civil society , folklore , religion and high and popular culture. Gramsci is best known for his theory of cultural hegemony , which describes how the state and ruling capitalist class — the bourgeoisie — use cultural institutions to maintain power in capitalist societies. The bourgeoisie, in Gramsci's view, develops a hegemonic culture using ideology rather than violence, economic force, or coercion.

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