The link that brought me to this was "Ayn Rand choice to think." I am working on a paper for my senior seminar in criminology on rational choice theory. Like the ancient Greeks, rational choice (or classical school) theorists do not get beyond or behind rationality. They make it an axiom of human behavior. The anthology Criminal Justice? edited by Robert Bidinotto does go the root of the problem with an essay by David Kelley. Still, I look for other citations. This popped up.