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In Defence of Rational Choice: A Reply to Ellen Meiksins Wood
Ellen Meiksins Wood has delivered a sweeping broadside against the idea that Rational Choice Marxism (rcm) might hoist a standard around which the intellectual forces of the left could rally.  Many of her arguments regarding the limitations of rcm I accept (indeed, some of them I have voiced myself), others I reject, and yet others seem directed against a target I cannot recognize in myself, or any of the other writers whom Wood despatches with such unrelenting hostility.
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- Alex Callinicos: The Limits of 'Political Marxism'
- Alan Carling: Rational Choice Marxism
- Ellen Meiksins Wood: Rational Choice Marxism: Is the Game Worth the Candle?
- Ellen Meiksins Wood: Explaining Everything or Nothing?
- Stephen Resnick, Richard Wolff: Everythingism, or Better Still, Overdetermination