G. Bolacchi, Teoria delle classi sociali, Edizioni Ricerche, Roma, 1963

«The first part of this book is devoted to a methodological analysis of the role of theory and abstract concepts in scientific research, with particular reference to the social sciences. The four subsequent parts address the problems relating to social classes from various perspectives. The analysis starts from the concept of “class” in some of the most representative scholars of contemporary sociology and moves on to the concepts of “interest” and “power,” which are the two paramount structural characterizations through which the phenomenon under investigation can be explicated. Finally, the problems related to democracy, whose importance for class theory cannot be questioned, are examined; in the last part, some concise considerations on the bourgeoisie are advanced.

The need to examine in depth the foundations of sociological theory has resulted, at times, in the problem of social classes taking a back seat. However, the latter is the guiding thread of the investigation, and even subject matters that could seem distant refer to it, directly or indirectly.

The need to provide conceptual tools with a broad theoretical scope, forming the basis for systematizing the complex phenomena of social reality in a unitary way, inspires the great emphasis (in part one) on issues related to methodology.» IT

(Teoria delle classi sociali [Theory of social classes], Front matter)
Author
Giulio Bolacchi

Title

Teoria delle classi sociali
[Theory of social classes]


Publisher
Edizioni Ricerche, Roma

Year
1963

Capitolo I: Strutture teoriche e scienze sociali
[Chapter 1: Theoretical structures and social sciences]

  1. Schemi teorici e scienze sociali
    [Theoretical schemata and social sciences]
  2. La prospettiva metodologica delle scienze sociali
    [The methodological perspective of the social sciences]
  3. Le strutture linguistiche astratte
    [Abstract language structure]
  4. Il problema dei concetti teorici
    [The problem of theoretical concepts]
  5. Linguaggio osservativo e linguaggio teorico
    [Observation language and theoretical language]
  6. Empirismo, criteri di significatività e termini disposizionali
    [Empiricism, significance criteria and disposition terms]
  7. Assiomatizzazione e linguaggio teorico
    [Axiomatization and theoretical language]
  8. Il concetto di «linguaggio teorico» in Carnap
    The concept of “theoretical language” in Carnap]
  9. Linguaggio teorico e livelli di astrazione
    [Theoretical language and levels of abstraction]
  10. Verificabilità empirica delle strutture astratte; rapporti fra diverse strutture linguistiche
    [Empirical verifiability of abstract structures; relations between different language structures]
  11. Il ruolo della teoria generale nelle scienze sociali
    [The role of general theory in the social sciences]
  12. Rapporti tra teoria economica e scienza sociale; il problema del sottosviluppo
    [Relations between economic theory and social science; the problem of underdevelopment]
  13. L’integrazione delle scienze sociali e la teoria generale del comportamento sociale
    [The integration of the social sciences and the general theory of social behavior]

Note del capitolo I [Notes to Chapter 1]

Capitolo II: Alcune teorie sulle classi sociali
[Chapter 2: Some theories of social classes]

  1. Le principali teorie sulle classi sociali
    [The main theories of social classes]
  2. Classe e situazione di classe in Weber
    [Class and class situation in Weber]
  3. La classificazione dei gruppi e il problema delle classi sociali in Sorokin
    [The classification of groups and the problem of social classes in Sorokin]
  4. Il problema dell’ordine e la stabilità dell’interazione sociale in Parsons
    [The problem of order and the stability of social interaction in Parsons]
  5. Sistema di valori e stratificazione sociale in Parsons
    [Value system and social stratification in Parsons]
  6. I limiti fondamentali della teoria generale di Parsons
    [The fundamental limitations of Parsons’s general theory]
  7. Critiche al «sistema sociale» di Parsons
    [Criticism of Parsons’s “social system”]
  8. La teoria integrazionista e la teoria coercitiva della società nell’analisi di Dahrendorf
    [Integration theory and coercion theory of society in Dahrendorf’s analysis]
  9. Gruppi di conflitto e associazioni coordinate da norme imperative in Dahrendorf
    [Conflict groups and imperatively coordinated associations in Dahrendorf]
  10. Autorità e potere condizionante nella dinamica sociale
    [Authority and conditioning power in social dynamics]
  11. Il rapporto di autorità e la dinamica reintegratrice o pendolare; l’avvicendamento del personale nelle posizioni di dominio in Dahrendorf
    [Authority relation and reintegration or pendular dynamics; the change in the personnel of power positions in Dahrendorf]
  12. I tre stadi di analisi delle strutture sociali: dinamica pendolare, dinamica strutturale-funzionale, dinamica cumulativa
    [Three levels of analysis of social structures: pendular dynamics, structural-functional dynamics, cumulative dynamics]
  13. Il problema della dinamica nelle teorie di Parsons e Dahrendorf
    [The problem of dynamics in Parsons’s theory and Dahrendorf’s theory]
  14. Conclusioni critiche sulle teorie di Parsons e Dahrendorf
    [Critical conclusions on Parsons’s theory and Dahrendorf’s theory]

Note del capitolo II [Notes on Chapter 2]

Capitolo III: Premesse a una teoria generale delle classi sociali
[Chapter 3: Premises for a general theory of social classes]

  1. Scienza del comportamento e scienza psicologica
    [Behavioral science and psychological science]
  2. Le teorie causali del significato
    [Causal theories of meaning]
  3. La struttura funzionale degli interessi
    [The functional structure of interests]
  4. Il campo disposizionale
    [The dispositional field]
  5. Intermediazione, comunione e mutualità degli interessi negli studi di Perry
    [Intermediation, community, mutuality of interests in Perry’s studies]
  6. Il concetto di «disposizione a rispondere»
    [The concept of “disposition to respond”]
  7. Disposizione a rispondere e segno nella semiotica di Morris
    [Response-disposition and sign in Morris’s semiotics]
  8. Classe sociale e categoria sociale
    [Social class and social category]
  9. Il concetto di «interesse comune e interrelato»
    [The concept of “common and interrelated interest”]
  10. L’interesse di classe
    [The class interest]
  11. L’azione sociale di accettazione e l’azione sociale di condizionamento
    [The accepting social action and the conditioning social action]
  12. Il potere condizionante: potere istituzionale e potere deviante
    [The conditioning power: institutional power and deviant power]
  13. I concetti di «potere» e «autorità» in alcune teorie sociologiche
    [The concepts of “power” and “authority” in some sociological theories]
  14. La dinamica del potere condizionante
    [The dynamics of conditioning power]
  15. Potere deviante e classe sociale
    [Deviant power and social class]
  16. Comunione di interessi, istituzionalizzazione, internalizzazione e potere
    [Community of interests, institutionalization, internalization and power]
  17. Considerazioni conclusive sul concetto di «classe sociale»
    [Concluding remarks on the concept of “social class”]
  18. Classi sociali e dinamica sociale
    [Social classes and social dynamics]

Note del capitolo III [Notes to Chapter 3]

Capitolo IV: Democrazia e classi sociali
[Chapter 4: Democracy and social classes]

  1. La dottrina classica della democrazia
    [The classical doctrine of democracy]
  2. Indeterminatezza e irrazionalità del comportamento politico; la critica di Schumpeter al concetto di «democrazia»
    [Indeterminateness and irrationality of political behavior; Schumpeter’s criticism of the concept of “democracy”]
  3. Democrazia e volontà popolare
    [Democracy and the will of the people]
  4. La volontà popolare come risultante del processo politico
    [The will of the people as the product of the political process]
  5. La democrazia come lotta in concorrenza per il comando politico
    [Democracy as a competitive struggle for political leadership]
  6. Il metodo democratico e la rilevazione degli interessi pubblici
    [The democratic method and the recognition of public interests]
  7. Democrazia come volontà popolare e democrazia come lotta in concorrenza
    [Democracy as the will of the people and democracy as competitive struggle]
  8. L’istituto della rappresentanza politica
    [The institution of political representation]
  9. La forza sociale del potere e il problema della maggioranza
    [The social strength of power and the problem of majority]
  10. Le differenti caratterizzazioni del concetto di «libertà»
    [The different characterizations of the concept of “freedom”]
  11. La democrazia come commisurazione istituzionalizzata della forza sociale del potere istituzionale e del potere deviante
    [Democracy as institutionalized commensuration between the social strength of institutional power and the social strength of deviant power]

Note del capitolo IV [Notes to Chapter 4]

Capitolo V: Un esempio storico: la borghesia
[Chapter 5: A historical example: the bourgeoisie]

  1. La borghesia rivoluzionaria e la polemica di Sieyes contro il privilegio
    [The revolutionary bourgeoisie and Sieyes’s polemic against privilege]
  2. Una interpretazione della Rivoluzione secondo le prospettive di Toynbee
    [An interpretation of the Revolution from Toynbee’s perspective]
  3. Equivoci teorici connessi al concetto di «borghesia»
    [Theoretical misinterpretations of the concept of “bourgeoisie”]
  4. I valori borghesi e i princípi di perduranza dell’antico regime
    [Bourgeois values and the ancien régime principles of durability]
  5. Il proletariato contemporaneo e la mancata assimilazione dei valori borghesi
    [The contemporary proletariat and the failure to assimilate bourgeois values]
  6. Il concetto di «borghesia» nel pensiero di Croce
    [The concept of “bourgeoisie” in Croce’s thought]
  7. Le caratterizzazioni della «borghesia» in termini di ceto medio
    [The characterizations of “bourgeoisie” in terms of middle class]
  8. Gli interessi comuni della borghesia
    [The common interests of bourgeoisie]
  9. Classe borghese e potere deviante
    [Bourgeois class and deviant power]

Note del capitolo V [Notes to Chapter 5]

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A review of this book has been published in the American Journal of Sociology:

Joseph Lopreato , “Teoria delle classi sociali. (“Theory of Social Class.”). Giulio Bolacchi ,”American Journal of Sociology 71, no. 2 (Sep., 1965): 233-234. DOI: 10.1086/224075

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