Antonio Gramsci: Biography, Contributions, Cultural Hegemony

This article highlights the key contributions of Antonio Gramsci and pondering over his early life and some of his major works like Cultural Hegemony AN INTRODUCTION TO WHO WAS ANTONIO GRAMSCI  One thinker who completely revolutionised the social fabric of his society with his theory of CULTURAL HEGEMONY  and became the most influential theorist of … Read more

Rosa Luxemburg’s Imperialism: Links to Marxism and Applications

Introduction: With the passage of time, the word ‘imperialism’ and it’s meaning has evolved. The literature available on imperialism indicates that in order to understand the meaning of the imperialism, it is necessary to take into consideration the cultural context. For example, the German meaning attached to imperialism is significantly different from its British meaning. … Read more

Familiarity with Alienation: Karl Marx’s Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844

Introduction In Economic and Philosophic Manuscripts of 1844, Karl Marx aims to introduce the concept of ‘estranged labour’ and provide an expansive explanation of how it is interlinked with the concept of alienation, private property, monetary system, and the political economy. In his text, he introduces the four distinct kinds of alienation, that is, alienation of the … Read more

Labour Commitment: Overview

Resources are essential for conducting the activities of the economy in a country which includes capital, raw materials, and pieces of machinery, buildings, transport and importantly man-power. The word ‘commitment’ is so big in value when compared to the word ‘engagement’ which does not show the importance of willingness towards working. Here, we can analyse … Read more