Sunday, November 19, 2017
I have begun the slow process of reading through my file drawer of unpublished essays and working papers as a first step in a larger effort to create an archive of my writings. Almost at once, I came upon a rather lengthy exchange between myself and Richard Wolff, the disinguished Marxist economist, concerning the concept of overdetermination as it appears in the writings of Althusser. The exchange, which is undated, seems to have been written in the late '70s, when both of us were a great deal younger. It is a typescript from the dawn of the modern age before people worked on computers. When I figure out how to get it into WORD, I will share it with all of you.