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" Every social group, coming into existence on the original terrain of an essential function in the world of economic production, creates together with itself, organically, one or more strata of intellectuals which give it homogeneity and an awareness of... "
Women Teaching for Change: Gender, Class & Power - Page 16
de Kathleen Weiler - 1988 - 174 pages
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Scottish Geographical Magazine

1925
...limitations and •controls, and his first instinct is to use his wealth to better himself and his family not only in the economic but also in the social and political spheres. The nature and sanctions of tribal authority are undergoing rapid •changes, due in part...
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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
...responsibility exclusively to experts. Such a measure seeks to depoliticize the most fundamental decisions, not only in the economic but also in the social and political spheres, in order to achieve, in the words of Huntington, "a greater degree of moderation in democracy."...
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Intellectuals: Aesthetics, Politics, Academics

Bruce Robbins - 1990 - 376 pages
...terrain of an essential function in the world of economic production. [the ascendent social group] creates together with itself. organically. one or...the economic but also in the social and political fields."1 Traditional intellectuals already exist when the emerging social class and its attendant...
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The Death of Luigi Trastulli and Other Stories: Form and Meaning in Oral History

Alessandro Portelli - 2010 - 358 pages
...organically, one or more strata of intellectuals which give it homogeneity and an awareness of its function not only in the economic but also in the social and political field. The most influential theory of the relationship between intellectuals and the working class...
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Notes on Love in a Tamil Family

Margaret Trawick - 1990 - 320 pages
...strength of dharmasastra. One might parry Lukacs with a quote from Gramsci: Every social group . . . creates together with itself, organically, one or...economic but also in the social and political fields. . . . When one distinguishes between intellectuals and nonintellectuals, one is referring in reality...
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Psychology and Nihilism: A Genealogical Critique of the Computational Model ...

Fred J. Evans - 1993 - 303 pages
...one or more strata of intellectuals which give it homogeneity and an awareness of its own formation not only in the economic but also in the social and political fields" (p. 5). Gramsci appears to view the organic class of intellectuals as involving technical specialists...
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Paying the Piper: Causes and Consequences of Art Patronage

Judith H. Balfe - 1993 - 336 pages
...(Maurer 1924, 42). 3. The concept of an organic intellectual is best elaborated by Antonio Granisci: "Every social group coming into existence on the original...economic but also in the social and political fields" (1971, 3). 4. The Workers' Theatre was later absorbed as an auxiliary of the American Communist Party,...
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Education Still Under Siege

Stanley Aronowitz, Henry A. Giroux - 1993 - 243 pages
...— that is, intellectuals who are part of a specific class and/or movement and who serve to give it an awareness of its own function not only in the economic but also in the social and political fields. The notion of transformative intellectual is important for educators because it broadens our understanding...
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From the Left Bank to the Mainstream: Historical Debates and Contemporary ...

Patrick McGuire, Donald McQuarie - 1994 - 306 pages
...intellectuals were seen as important contributors to the revolutionary process. Accordingly, he argued: Every social group, coming into existence on the original...economic but also in the social and political fields. (1987:5) It was not until Gramsci developed the concept of organic and traditional intellectuals that...
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Modern Movements in European Philosophy: Phenomenology, Critical Theory ...

Richard Kearney - 1995 - 367 pages
...removed from history but an organic offshoot of a social group. "Every social group", writes Gramsci, "coming into existence on the original terrain of...economic but also in the social and political fields" (ibid). Thus, for example, the capitalist entrepreneur creates alongside himself the industrial technician,...
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