Concordance Table 2: Critical Edition - Volume 1

Antonio Gramsci, Prison Notebooks, Volume 1

Translated by Joseph A. Buttigieg and Antonio Callari. Edited by Joseph A. Buttigieg. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992.

Notebook 1 (1929-1930) First Notebook
Note # Page # Note title or first line of note.
§1 100 On poverty, Catholicism and the papacy
§2 100 Faccia a faccia col nemico, by Luigi Galleani
§3 101 Church-State relations
§4 101 Natural law and Catholicism
§5 102 Church-State relations
§6 102 "In order to praise a book..."
§7 102 Margherita Sarfatti and the "jousts"
§8 102 The old and the new generation
§9 103 Soffici
§10 103 On Machiavelli
§11 103 On originality in science
§12 104 Giovanni Papini
§13 104 Alfredo Panzini
§14 104 Fortunato Rizzi
§15 106 On Italian universities
§16 107 Ignoble pajama
§17 108 Riccardo Balsami-Crivelli
§18 108 Maurras's error. Notes on the French Monachist Party
§19 109 Information on the relations between Jews and Christians during the Risorgimento
§20 110 Salvator Gotta
§21 110 In the first volume of the already cited Confessioni e professioni di fede...
§22 110 The second volume of Confessioni e professioni di fede...
§23 111 In the third volume of Confessioni e professioni di fede...
§24 112 Father Bresciani's progeny
§25 114 Achille Loria
§26 116 Cuvier's little bone
§27 116 Residues of late romanticism?
§28 117 Natural law
§29 117 Sarcasm as an expression of transition among historicists
§30 119 Orano and Loria
§31 119 Sorel's letters to Croce
§32 119 Loria and Lumbroso
§33 120 Freud
§34 120 American pragmatism
§35 120 Types of periodicals
§36 121 Lorianism
§37 121 Turati and Lorianism
§38 121 Types of periodicals
§39 124 Répaci
§40 124 Léon Blum's "saying"
§41 124 Lorianism -- Luzzatti
§42 124 Father Bresciani's progeny
§43 125 Types of periodicals
§44 136 Political class leadership before and after assuming government power
§45 151 Sicilian intellectuals
§46 152 The Moderates and the intellectuals
§47 153 Hegel and associationism
§48 155 Charles Maurras' reverse Jacobinism
§49 161 "Organic centralism" and Maurras' doctrines
§50 161 An A.M.M.A. document concerning the North-South question
§51 162 The clergy as intellectuals
§52 163 Social origin of the clergy
§53 164 Maurrasianism and syndicalism
§54 164 The Battle of Jutland
§55 165 Types of periodicals
§56 165 Apologue of the log and the dry twigs
§57 165 Reactions of the North to anti-Southern prejudicial events
§58 165 Emigration and intellectual movements
§59 166 Ugo Ojetti
§60 166 Papini, Christ, Julius Caeser
§61 167 Americanism
§62 170 The sexual question
§63 171 Lorianism and Graziadei
§64 172 Lorianism and G. Ferrero
§65 173 Types of periodicals
§66 174 Italian colonies
§67 174 Concerning religious marriage
§68 174 The sexual question and the Catholic Church
§69 176 The Nobel Prize
§70 176 "Impressioni di prigionia" by Jacques Rivière...
§71 177 Father Gioacchino Ventura
§72 177 Father Bresciani's progeny. Catholic art
§73 179 Crémieux's Modern Italian Literature
§74 180 Super-city and Super-country
§75 180 Sicilian intellectuals
§76 180 The crisis of the "West"
§77 182 Clergy and intellectuals
§78 183 Bergson, positivist materialism, pragmatism
§79 183 Italo Chitarro, La capacità di comando
§80 184 The public and Italian literature
§81 184 Nino Daniele, D'Annunzio politico
§82 184 Father Bresciani's progeny
§83 184 Piero Pieri, Il regno di Napoli...
§84 184 Giovanni Maioli, Il fondatore della Società Nazionale
§85 185 Giuseppe Solitro, Due famigerati gazzettieri dell'Austria
§86 185 Giovanni Crocioni, Problemi fondamentali del Folklore
§87 185 Gentile and the philosophy of Italian politics
§88 186 Gioberti
§89 186 Folklore
§90 187 La Voce and Prezzolini
§91 188 Super-country
§92 188 On Americanism
§93 189 Father Bresciani's progeny
§94 190 Proudhon, Jahier, and Raimondi
§95 190 Adriano Tilgher, Homo Faber
§96 190 Adelchi Baratono
§97 190 Salvadori, Valli, and Lorianism
§98 191 Lello Gangemi, Il problema della durata del lavoro
§99 191 A famous bungling prattler
§100 192 Goffredo Bellonci, Pagine e idee
§101 192 Piedigrotta
§102 193 La Fiera Letteraria which later became L'Italia Letteraria
§103 193 General Fascist Confederation of Italian Industry
§104 193 Jean Barois
§105 194 American philosophy
§106 194 Maurras' concept of religion
§107 195 Filippo Meda, Statisti cattolici
§108 196 On the Risorgimento
§109 196 Austrian informers and agents provocateurs
§110 196 The contradictions of the Moderates before 1848
§111 197 By Augusto Sandonà
§112 197 Father Facchinei
§113 198 The revolution in criminal law and criminal procedure and historical materialism
§114 198 The Risorgimento
§115 199 Regarding continuous threats by the Viennese government
§116 200 Italian intellectuals
§117 206 Political and military leadership during the Risorgimento
§118 208 The problem of volunteers during the Risorgimento
§119 208 Demagogy
§120 209 "Believe me, do not fear... "
§121 209 Novara 1849
§122 210 Suggestions and stimuli
§123 211 Search the exact historical origin...
§124 211 The Futurists
§125 212 1919
§126 212 1922
§127 212 The question of the young
§128 213 Religion as a principle and the clergy as a feudal class-order
§129 214 The most widespread platitude about the Risorgimento
§130 214 Real Italy and legal Italy
§131 215 Bainville and universal suffrage in France
§132 216 Actual idealism and the ideology-philosophy connection
§133 217 Military art and political art
§134 218 Political struggle and military war
§135 220 Americanism
§136 223 Bontempelli's Novecentismo
§137 223 Novecentismo and Super-country
§138 223 Risorgimento
§139 223 Catholic Action
§140 224 The Spanish constitution of 1812 in the Risorgimento
§141 224 Americanism
§142 225 Giuseppe Prezzolini and the intellectuals
§143 226 Quality and quantity
§144 226 Auguste Boullier, L'Ile de Sardaigne
§145 227 Talent
§146 227 In A. De Pietri Tonelli's review...
§147 227 "On a thousand occasions in my life..."
§148 227 Lorianism
§149 228 North and South
§150 229 The conception of the state from the standpoint of the productivity [function] of the social classes
§151 230 The historical relation between the modern French state created by the Revolution and the other modern European states
§152 231 Marx and Hegel
§153 232 Conversation and culture
§154 234 Clergy and intellectuals
§155 234 Marx and Hegel
§156 234 Past and present
§157 234 Croce and the intellectuals
§158 235 "Animality" and industrialism

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