Essence of Time. Chapter 11

Gramsci distinguishes between a war of position and what he calls a war of maneuver (which Lenin waged in 1917). A war of position for hegemony is necessary. Not for power, but for hegemony. And all that is indicated on the general map, which I had presented, all these specified types of activity, is precisely the very opportunity to combine the ideological struggle with the struggle for hegemony in society in the same exact way as how Gramsci understood it. That is the next stage in the development of Marxism, Leninism, and world political strategy in general.

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