Collective and individual rationality in the history of economic thought: The early Marx's theory of states as organisms

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This paper forms part of a research project investigating conceptions of the relationship between micro-level selfseeking agent behaviour and the desirability or otherwise of the resulting macro-level social outcomes in the history of economics.
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