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An internationalism that should not be nationalistic

POPULISM: Antonio Gramsci would have united autonomy and internationalism. MODERN TIMES talks to the philosopher Diego Fusaro in connection with a new Norwegian release.

Italian Diego Fusaro is professor of philosophy at the IASSP research institute in Milan. He is one of the foremost Gramsci experts in his home country, and has published several books and articles on Antonio Gramsci. As a philosopher, he himself considers Gramsci among his most important sources of inspiration, along with Hegel, Marx and Giovanni Gentile. Fusaro actively participates in the social debate in Italy, and has marked himself as a system critic who is particularly critical of globalized capitalism.

- Gramsci criticized Anglo-American capitalism, but at the same time was not without admiration for the modernity that existed in the United States and the United Kingdom. How can we explain this seemingly ambivalent attitude to the capitalist world?

Diego Fusaro

- Gramsci saw capitalism as something negative, but at the same time also as something positive. . .

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Geir Lima
Geir Lima is a writer and translator.

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