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Date: Thu, 25 Apr 1996 10:09:49 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: Re: Marxism As Class Struggle

I myself see nothing wrong with this, Peter, but what do you think of
Wright, Levine, and Sober's critique of it in Reconstructing Marxism?


On Wed, 24 Apr 1996 wrote:

>   Re notions like "relative autonomy" and 
>   "centrality" and "determination" in relation to 
>   class and class struggle: what's wrong with just 
>   holding that the categories of class are more 
>   important than other explanatory categories, a) 
>   because in the long run they explain more social 
>   phenomena than other categories, and b) because 
>   where social phenomena have multiple 
>   explanations, class factors typically, though 
>   not always, carry greater explanatory weight 
>   than other factors?
>   Peter
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