Gramsci on Intellectuals

"although one can speak of intellectuals, one cannot speak of non-intellectuals, because non-intellectuals do not exist. [...] Each man, finally, outside his professional activity, carries on some form of intellectual activity, that is, he is a "philosopher", an artist, a man of taste, he participates in a particular conception of the world, has a conscious... Continue Reading →

Ideological Hegemony

“These two levels [civil society and political society] correspond on the one hand to the function of “hegemony” which the dominant group exercises throughout society and on the other hand to that of “direct domination” or command exercised through the State and “juridical” government. The functions in question are precisely organisation and connective. The intellectuals... Continue Reading →

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