Class and Party in Gramsci
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The aim of this chapter is to demonstrate Gramsci’s perception on the relationship between class and party. He believed it to be determined by a dialectical movement radically different from predominant conceptions from the socialist labor movement at his time, with a strong scientism approach. The particularity of Gramsci's perceptions on this problem can be observed by the crucial importance he dedicates to the question of subjectivity. Gramsci's elaboration on the class/party relationship is significantly marked by suggestions contained in the work by Georges Sorel and Rosa Luxemburg.
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Del Roio, Marcos. Class and Party in Gramsci. Marx, Engels, and Marxisms, p. 233-261. Available at: <http://hdl.handle.net/11449/223798>.