Concordance Table 2: Critical Edition - Volume 2

Antonio Gramsci, Prison Notebooks, Volume 2

Translated and edited by Joseph A. Buttigieg. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996.

Notebook 5 (1930-1932) [Miscellaneous]
Note # Page # Note title or first line of note.
§1 267 Catholic integralists, Jesuits, Modernists
§2 269 Rotary Club
§3 272 Owen, Saint-Simon, and Ferrante Aporti's infant schools
§4 273 Saint-Simonism, Freemasonry, Rotary Club
§5 273 Catholic social action
§6 273 Past and present
§7 273 On Catholic "social thought"...
§8 275 America and the Mediterranean
§9 275 Lucien Romier and Catholic Action in France
§10 275 Catholic Action in Belgium
§11 276 Catholic integralists, Jesuits, Modernists
§12 276 The Risorgimento. Solaro della Margarita
§13 277 Catholic Action
§14 277 Catholic integralists, Jesuits, Modernists
§15 281 Lucien Romier and Catholic Action in France
§16 281 Catholic integralists. Jesuits, Modernists
§17 282 The Pan-Christian movement
§18 282 Catholic social thought
§19 283 Catholic Action in Italy
§20 283 Machiavelli and Emanuele Filiberto
§21 284 For the history of the Italian workers' movement
§22 284 Catholic Action in Germany
§23 285 Brief notes on Chinese culture
§24 292 Past and present. Respect for the national artistic heritage
§25 292 Machiavelli and Manzoni
§26 292 Father Bresciani's progeny. Alfredo Panzini
§27 293 Father Bresciani's progeny
§28 294 Ideology, psychologism, positivism
§29 294 East-West
§30 294 The international function of Italian intellectuals
§31 295 On the Italian national tradition
§32 296 Ugo Foscolo and Italian literary rhetoric
§33 296 M. Iskowicz, La Littérature à la lumière du matérialisme historique
§34 297 Past and present
§35 297 Risorgimento
§36 297 Past and present
§37 297 The cosmopolitan function of Italian intellectuals
§38 298 The non-national-popular character of Italian literature
§39 298 Scepticism
§40 299 Pirandello
§41 299 Vocational guidance
§42 300 The tradition of Rome
§43 302 The episode of the arrest of the La Gala brothers in 1863
§44 302 T. Tittoni, "Ricordi personali di politica interna"
§45 304 Enrico Catellani, "La libertà del mare"
§46 304 Claudio Faina, "Il carburante nazionale"
§47 305 Catholic Action
§48 305 Domenico Spadoni, "Le Società segrete nella Rivoluzione milanese dell'aprile 1814"
§49 305 Bernardo Sanvisenti, "La questione delle Antille"
§50 305 Brief notes on Japanese culture
§51 308 Brief notes on Chinese culture
§52 310 Domenico Meneghini, "Industrie chimiche italiane"
§53 310 Reformation and Renaissance. Nicholas of Cusa
§54 311 Father Bresciani's progeny
§55 313 Romagna and its role in Italian history
§56 316 Catholic Action
§57 316 Catholic Action in the United States
§58 316 Catholic Action
§59 317 Catholic Action in Germany
§60 317 "La schiavitù del lavoro indigeno" (by A. Brucculeri)
§61 318 Rotary Club
§62 320 The editorial staff of La Civiltà Cattolica
§63 320 Father Bresciani's progeny
§64 322 Church and State in Italy before the Conciliation
§65 323 Risorgimento. The historical conjuncture of 1848-1849
§66 324 Father Bresciani's progeny. Ugo Ojetti and the Jesuits
§67 327 Catholic Action
§68 327 Monsignor Francesco Lanzoni, Le Diocesi d'Italia...
§69 328 Encyclopedic notions
§70 328 The State is the Church
§71 329 The nature of the Concordats
§72 330 Past and present
§73 330 Politico-military direction of the war
§74 331 The cosmopolitan function of Italian intellectuals
§75 332 Maggiorino Ferraris and life in Italy from 1882 to 1926
§76 333 The crisis of 1898
§77 333 Garibaldi's crossing from Sicily to Calabria in 1860
§78 333 Monasticism and feudalism
§79 334 A. G. Bianchi, "I clubs rossi durante l'assedio di Parigi"
§80 334 Sorel and the Jacobins
§81 335 Past and present. Territorial distribution of the Italian population
§82 335 The cosmopolitan function of Italian intellectuals
§83 337 The cosmopolitan function of Italian intellectuals
§84 337 Popular literature
§85 337 Development of the bourgeois spirit in Italy
§86 338 England
§87 339 Political-military leadership in the war of 1914-1918
§88 341 On the Italian Risorgimento. Michele Amari and Sicilianism
§89 343 Gabriele Gabbrielli, "India ribelle"
§90 344 Brief notes on Islamic culture
§91 346 Renaissance and Reformation
§92 348 Italian diplomacy
§93 348 Eighteenth-century Italian morals
§94 349 The negative popular-national character of Italian literature
§95 349 Fifteenth-century and sixteenth-century man
§96 350 The negative national-popular character of Italian literature
§97 350 The intellectuals
§98 350 Post-war history
§99 351 German armament at the time of the armistice
§100 351 The cosmopolitan function of Italian intellectuals
§101 352 Father Bresciani's progeny. Filippo Crispolti
§102 353 Italian literature. The contribution by bureaucrats
§103 353 Popular literature. Theater
§104 354 The sixteenth century
§105 355 Americanism
§106 356 Luigi Villari, "Il governo laburista inglese"
§107 357 Italy and Palestine
§108 357 Sicily. The Sicilian Pantheon of San Domenico
§109 357 Sicily
§110 358 France and Italy
§111 358 The Italian Academy
§112 358 Carlo Schanzer, "Sovranità e giustizia nei rapporti fra gli stati"
§113 358 On Henrik Ibsen
§114 358 Encyclopedia of concepts-political, philosophical, etc. Postulate
§115 359 Niccolò Machiavelli
§116 359 G. B. "La Banca dei regolamenti internazionali"
§117 359 Argus, "Il disarmo navale, i sottomarini e gli aeroplani"
§118 360 Stresemann
§119 360 Encyclopedia of concepts-political, philosophical, etc. Middle class
§120 361 Catholic cultural nationalism
§121 361 France
§122 361 National-popular
§123 362 Renaissance
§124 374 Past and present. Certain intellectuals
§125 374 Types of periodicals. Critical-bibliographical surveys
§126 375 Past and present. The intellectuals: the decline of Mario Missiroli
§127 377 Machiavelli
§128 382 Lorianism. Domenico Giuliotti
§129 383 Past and present. The Catholics and the state
§130 383 Encyclopedic notions
§131 384 Types of periodicals. A regular column on grammar and linguistics
§132 385 Past and present
§133 385 Catholic Action. The "Workers' Retreats"
§134 386 Religious movements
§135 387 The Italian Risorgimento. Lamennais
§136 387 Encyclopedic notions
§137 388 Catholic integralists, Jesuits, Modernists. The case of Abbé Turmel of Rennes
§138 388 Emperor-worship
§139 389 Encyclopedic notions
§140 389 Americanism
§141 391 Catholic integralists, Jesuits, Modernists
§142 394 Philosophical novels, utopias, etc.
§143 394 The international function of Italian intellectuals
§144 394 Encyclopedic notions
§145 395 Past and present. Primitive and non-primitive Christianity
§146 395 Political-military leadership in the war of 1914
§147 395 The cosmopolitan function of Italian intellectuals
§148 396 Past and present. Inquiries on youth
§149 397 Past and present. Education
§150 397 The cosmopolitan function of Italian intellectuals. Risorgimento
§151 398 Linguistics
§152 398 Utopias, philosophical novels, etc.
§153 399 Popular literature
§154 399 Father Bresciani's progeny. Cardarelli and "La Ronda"
§155 399 Father Bresciani's progeny
§156 399 Folklore
§157 400 Sicily
§158 400 Lorianism. Altimetry, good morals, and intelligence
§159 401 Risorgimento. The first Italian Jacobins
§160 401 Renaissance
§161 402 Encyclopedic notions. "Ascaro"

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