La questione meridionale di Gramsci dall’economico-corporativo all’etico-politico

DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.10283206

 Paolo Desogus 

Sorbonne Université (; Orcid: 0009-0006-1803- 4040).



Gramsci’s Southern Question from the economic-corporative to the ethical-politic 

Abstract: This essay analyzes Antonio Gramsci’s evolving perspective on the Southern Question from 1911 to 1926, the period of his arrest. It specifically scrutinizes both his writings and the various political developments that transformed Gramsci from a socialist activist into the foremost political leader of the Communist Party of Italy and a prominent figure within the Communist International. The main objective of this study is to shed light on a philosophical and political journey marked by theoretical influences – ranging from Lenin to Croce – that underpin Gramsci’s critical standpoint on corporatism and on his reflections on dialectics, foreshadowing some of the pages of the Prison Notebooks. In this sense, the core focus of the essay centers on Gramsci’s interpretation of the struggle for the liberation of the Southern Italy, portraying it as a shift from an economic-corporate moment to an ethical-political dimension. 
Keywords: Southern Italy; Corporatism; Ethical-political; Dialectics. 



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