Welcome to Bookmarker!

This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading. Currently can only be used by a single user (myself), but I plan to extend it to support multiple users eventually.

Source code on GitHub (MIT license).

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within limits that they didn't make

[...] sociology is partly about how people's agency or free will is exercised within limits that they didn't make, and I think people can find that distasteful about sociology, that it can seem deterministic. [...]

—p.82 Panel 2 (59) missing author
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it's not bad to have regrets

[...] Nobody can get a proper undergraduate education. You'll never know in advance what that education should be. Regret is the feeling you have when you finally realize what the education is that you want. Right? And you're always going to come to that after it's too late. There is always going...

—p.64 Panel 2 (59) missing author
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patristic

the whole patristic tradition

Marco Roth

—p.85 Panel 2 (59) by Marco Roth
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chairotic

I'm suspicious of the idea that there's a chairotic moment for certain books

—p.76 Panel 2 (59) by Marco Roth
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stolid

Literature, which had set itself up in order to bring theory to the unwashed undergraduates, in contradistinction to the English department, which was standing stolidly for reading the texts

cute. Caleb Crain

—p.62 Panel 2 (59) missing author
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epigone

doomed to be a Frankfurt school epigone

on Foucault, who was grateful he hadn't read Adorno until after he'd developed his own ideas

—p.32 Panel 1 (2) by Benjamin Kunkel
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history is sedimented into the unconscious

How does the spectre of communism still haunt quite well-to-do people after long spells of centrist administration? Perhaps it isn't irrelevant that Brazil is a society built on racial slavery, where the class system is still powerfully structured by race. Brazil was one of the biggest consumers ...

—p.1 Anticommunism without communism by Richard Seymour
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wages for housework as a strategy of refusal

Wages for Housework was misunderstood as saying, Give us money so we can stay home, doing the same domestic work. We actually saw wages for housework as a strategy of refusal, as a strategy giving us more options, more power to decide how to organize our lives. We were accused of “institutional...

—p.1 Every Woman Is a Working Woman by Silvia Federici
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violence is always latent in the family

Our analysis of violence against women hinged on seeing housework as a form of capitalist production, and analyzing the role of the wage in constructing the whole family’s organization. We argued that violence is always latent in the family because, through the wage, the state delegates to the hu...

—p.1 Every Woman Is a Working Woman by Silvia Federici
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every woman is a working woman fighting-words

The politics of Wages for Housework was shaped by women who had an understanding of capitalism, imperialism, and the anti-colonial struggle. Thus we could not accept that women’s liberation could be a struggle for “equality with men” or that it could be limited to equal pay for equal work. We sa...

—p.1 Every Woman Is a Working Woman by Silvia Federici
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Boston Review
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