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New Left Review I/59, January-February 1970

Regis Debray

Notes on Gramsci


His historicism can be turned against him, in the sense that he too can be subjected to a historically limitative analysis. Indeed, he cannot be understood outside his specific historical context, or divorced from the object of his opposition.

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