If lit reviews could be playful- if they were allowed to be to lighten the tedious, futile and pointless process of marking your territory- then I could leave this in;

Like works addressing Benjamin and Adorno and works addressing Benjamin, there are plenty of works addressing Adorno with plenty of different interpretations of Adornian ideology, reification and fetishism. This is not the place to rehearse all these differences. Instead, I will address two important and varying works that address Adorno’s notion of how fetishism relates to ideology.

Instead i’ll have to excise it for something less playful and repetitive. Back to it.

What could biopolitics do with the adage, children should be seen and not heard?