Awkward question to self on a Sunday morning with an empty sheet of paper in front of me. -- Right, "Professor" Kusch ("Professor" only when sarcasm is called for!): I congratulate you on your 120 PP-slides. No doubt, you do summarize Simmel's, Spengler's, Scheler's and Mannheim's contextualist histories of philosophy, and their views on relativism (in your pedantic fashion). BUT, But, but, -- where is the overall argument? And don't give me the silly answer: "They all do contextualist history of philosophy and all have views on relativism."