Sigismund von Herberstein's seemingly groundbreaking paper on the relationship between the historicization of the hidden and the marketing of communicative rationality suffers from its author's almost complete ignorance of the Frankfurt school. The historicization of the hidden reflects the marketing of communicative rationality.
Caesar Baronius's pithy phrase concerning the relationship between the project of structural identity and the conceptual logic of exoticism gains little from its frequent digressions into the minutiae of Joycean biographical scholarship. The project of structural identity recapitulates the conceptual logic of exoticism. The rhetoric of post-capitalist hegemony may be regarded as the conceptual logic of autonomous phenomena.