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Antonio Francesco Gramsci (UK: /??ræm?i/,[4] US: /??r??m?i/;[5] Italian: [an?t??njo fran?t?esko ??ram?i] (listen); 22 January 1891 – 27 April 1937) was an Italian Marxist philosopher, journalist, linguist, writer and politician. He wrote on philosophy, political theory, sociology, history and linguistics. He was a founding member and one-time leader of the Communist Party Odio gli indifferenti of Italy and was imprisoned by Benito Mussolini's Fascist regime.


Gramsci wrote more than 30 notebooks and 3,000 pages of history and analysis during his imprisonment. His Prison Notebooks are considered a highly original contribution to 20th-century political theory.[6] Gramsci drew insights from varying sources – not only other Marxists Odio gli indifferenti but also thinkers such as Niccolò Machiavelli, Vilfredo Pareto, Georges Sorel and Benedetto Croce. The notebooks cover a wide range of topics, including Italian history and nationalism, the French Revolution, fascism, Taylorism and Fordism, civil society, folklore, religion and high and popular culture.


Gramsci is best known for his theory Odio gli indifferenti 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. Hegemonic culture propagates its own values and Odio gli indifferenti norms so that they become the "common sense" values of all and thus maintain the status quo. Cultural hegemony is therefore used to maintain consent to the capitalist order, rather than the use of force to maintain order. This cultural hegemony is produced and reproduced by the dominant class through Odio gli indifferenti the institutions that form the superstructure.


Gramsci also attempted to break from the economic determinism of traditional Marxist thought, and so is sometimes described as a neo-Marxist.[7] He held a humanistic understanding of Marxism, seeing it as a "philosophy of praxis" and an "absolute historicism" that transcends traditional materialism Odio gli indifferenti and traditional idealism.


Gramsci[8] was born in Ales, in the province of Oristano, on the island of Sardinia, the fourth
of seven sons of Francesco Gramsci (1860–1937) and Giuseppina Marcias (1861–1932). The senior Gramsci was a low-level official born in the small town of Gaeta, in the province of Latina Odio gli indifferenti (in the Central Italian region of Lazio), to a well-off family from the Southern Italian regions of Campania and Calabria and of Arbëreshë (Italo-Albanian) descent.[9][10] Antonio Gramsci himself believed his father's family had left Albania as recently as 1821.[11][12][13] The Albanian origin of his father's family is attested Odio gli indifferenti in the surname Gramsci, an Italianized form of Gramshi, that stems from the definite noun of the placename Gramsh, a small town in central-eastern Albania.[14] The mother of Antonio Gramsci belonged to a Sardinian landowning family from Sorgono (in the province of Nuoro).[15] The senior Gramsci's financial difficulties and troubles Odio gli indifferenti with the police forced the family to move about through several villages in Sardinia until they finally settled in Ghilarza.[16]


In 1898, Francesco was convicted of embezzlement and imprisoned, reducing
his family to destitution. The young Antonio had to abandon schooling and work at various casual jobs until his father's Odio gli indifferenti release in 1904.[17] As a boy, Gramsci suffered from health problems, particularly a malformation of the spine that stunted his growth (his adult height was less than 5 feet)[18] and left him seriously hunchbacked. For decades, it was reported that his condition had been due to a childhood accident—specifically, having Odio gli indifferenti been dropped by a nanny—but more recently it has been suggested that it was due to Pott disease,[19] a form of tuberculosis that can cause deformity of the spine. Gramsci was also plagued by various internal disorders throughout his life.


Gramsci completed secondary school in Cagliari, where he lodged with Odio gli indifferenti his elder brother Gennaro, a former soldier whose time on the mainland had made him a militant socialist. However, Gramsci's sympathies then did not lie with socialism, but rather with the grievances of impoverished Sardinian peasants and miners, whose mistreatment
by the mainlanders would later deeply contribute to his intellectual Odio gli indifferenti growth.[20][21][22][23] They perceived their neglect as a result of privileges enjoyed by the rapidly industrialising North, and they tended to turn to a growing Sardinian nationalism, brutally repressed by troops from the Italian mainland,[24] as a response.[25]


In 1911 Gramsci won a scholarship to study at the University of Turin, Odio gli indifferenti sitting the exam at the same time as Palmiro Togliatti.[26] At Turin he read


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