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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Pareto And Gramsci: Itineraries Of An Italian Political Science [pareto E Gramsci: Itinerários De Uma Ciência Política Italiana]|
|Abstract:||Although they worked in different fields of social interpretation, Antonio Gramsci and Vilfredo Pareto are both part of a Machiavellian tradition of political studies that carries with itself considerable thematic continuities and affinities in the overall formulation of political concepts. This is especially visible with regard to the two main topics examined in this article: the methodology of political science and the distinction between the governed and those who govern. Pareto proposes a science that is free from fictional ideals, founded on empirical, historical observation. Gramsci, on the other hand, thought that a political science could not but be founded on the understanding that any social theory must necessarily be part of the field of relations constituted by the social forces that are implicit in the dialectic between structure and superstructure.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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