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" The personality is strangely composite: it contains Stone Age elements and principles of a more advanced science, prejudices from all past phases of history at the local level and intuitions of a future philosophy which will be that of a human race united... "
Women Teaching for Change: Gender, Class & Power - Page 15
de Kathleen Weiler - 1988 - 174 pages
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Marxism and the Interpretation of Culture

Jubilee Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences Cary Nelson, Cary Nelson, Lawrence Grossberg, Dr Lawrence Grossberg - 1988 - 738 pages
..."stratified deposits" of popular philosophy, the "strangely composite" nature of personality, which contains "Stone Age elements and principles of a more...science, prejudices from all past phases of history at the local level and institutions of a future philosophy."" Each individual, Gramsci says, "is the synthesis...
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Culture and Society: Contemporary Debates

Jeffrey C. Alexander, Steven Seidman, Steven Jay Seidman, Cambridge University Press - 1990 - 375 pages
...coherent but disjointed and episodic, one belongs simultaneously to a multiplicity of mass human groups. The personality is strangely composite: It contains...science, prejudices from all past phases of history at the local level, and intuitions of a future philosophy which will be that of a human race united the...
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Cultural Studies: Crossing Boundaries

1991 - 231 pages
...coherent but disjoined and episodic, one belongs simultaneously to a multiplicity of mass human groups. The personality is strangely composite: it contains...advanced science, prejudices from all past phases at the local level and intuitions of a future philosophy which will be that of a human race united...
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Ideology and Opinions: Studies in Rhetorical Psychology

Michael Billig - 1991 - 224 pages
...differing conceptions of the world. Ordinary thinking, Gramsci wrote, is 'disjointed and episodic', for 'it contains Stone Age elements and principles of...science, prejudices from all past phases of history at the local level and intuitions of a future philosophy which will be that of a human race united the...
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Journalism and Popular Culture

Peter Dahlgren, Colin Sparks, Professor Colin Sparks - 1992 - 224 pages
...complicity in the strategies of the powerful and some of which point to outright mutiny. As Granisci put it: The personality is strangely composite: it contains...science, prejudices from all past phases of history at the local level and intuitions of a future philosophy which will be that of the human race the world...
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Images of the Nation: Different Meanings of Dutchness 1870-1940

Annemieke Galema, Barbara Henkes, Henk te Velde - 1993 - 220 pages
...described the 'strangely composite' 'personality' which he associated with these 'common sense' forms: 'It contains Stone Age elements and principles of...science, prejudices from all past phases of history at the local level, and intuitions of a future philosophy which will be that of a human race united the...
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Race, Identity, and Representation in Education

Cameron McCarthy, Warren Crichlow - 1993 - 329 pages
...phenomenon, located in practices. He cites approvingly Gramsci's observation in Prison Notebooks that "the personality is strangely composite"; it contains "Stone Age elements and principles of a modern science, prejudices from all past phases of history... and institutions of a future philosophy"...
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Film, Politics, and Gramsci

Marcia Landy, Paul Bové
...coherent but disjointed and episodic, one belongs simultaneously to a multiplicity of mass human groups. The personality is strangely composite: it contains...a more advanced science, prejudices from all past 79 phases of history at the local level and intuitions of a future philosophy which will be that of...
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Modern Tsars and Princes: The Struggle for Hegemony in Russia

Jeremy Lester - 1995 - 320 pages
...reducible to, a rulingclass ideology. It is instead 'an infinity of traces without ... an inventory. ... It contains Stone Age elements and principles of a more advanced science, prejudices from all phases of history at the local level and intuitions of a future philosophy which will be that of a...
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Cultural Studies in Question

Marjorie Ferguson, Peter Golding - 1997 - 247 pages
...world. Instead, their thinking is filled by diverse and contradictory bits and pieces of common-sense: 'It contains Stone Age elements and principles of...science, prejudices from all past phases of history at the local level and intuitions of a future philosophy which will be that of a human race united the...
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