That's why I've opted for wholesale rejection of all the denominations of economic creationists. Social organization doesn't require an intelligent designer any more than the universe does. The mistake socialists make is in turning "capitalism" into an all inclusive propaganda term that encompasses whatever aspects of modernity they find distasteful. Thus their critique in crucial respects is overly sentimental in contrast to consistent application of rational principles, and these fantasy projections gloss over the actual mechanisms of oppression. Moreover, there is no solution to the economic calculation problem in a centrally managed economy. An unmolested pricing system is the only way to objectively quantify subjective value judgments of heterogeneous products so that productive output can be rationally allocated for the requirements of a sustainable market. Though I sympathize with what socialism attempts to accomplish, its solution to the crisis of modernity is nothing more than another WMD. I think it has to do with socialists refusal to subject their own premises to as much scrutiny as they do others'. On this issue Einstein let his heart get in the way of his head.