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This is a personal project by @dellsystem. I built this to help me retain information from the books I'm reading.

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soporific

the soporific blandness of "solutions"

—p.161 Solution (161) by John Patrick Leary
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elision

what is remarkable about the market-democracy metaphor is its elision of an obvious fact of literal marketplaces: they are by definition unequal

—p.133 Market (132) by John Patrick Leary
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mien

The sympathetic mien of "human capital"

—p.113 Human capital (110) by John Patrick Leary
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scabrous

its idea of scabrous determination

—p.100 Grit (100) by John Patrick Leary
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eschatology

Where innovation is a theory of rebirth, we can think of disruption as an eschatology: an economic theology of the end of things

i like this

—p.68 Disruption (65) by John Patrick Leary
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praetorians

the praetorian guard of "super delegates"

on Bernie

—p.141 by Kim Moody
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peripatetic

Not surprisingly, the BLS does not enumerate the gigariat. But assuming these peripatetic workers do actually work someplace for someone

—p.27 by Kim Moody
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weft

the real yet abstract forces that warp and weft these appearances into being

—p.168 by McKenzie Wark
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metonymy

The metaphoric inversion impedes the possibility of thinking metonymically

—p.161 by McKenzie Wark
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cathexis

cathecting onto the destiny of labor of something foreign to it, a general learnedness

wat

—p.161 by McKenzie Wark
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heliotropism

He does not name the trope toward which its heliotropism tends

on Wright's analysis of Marxism

—p.89 by McKenzie Wark
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diachronic

diachronically, in terms of patterns of development through time

—p.77 by McKenzie Wark
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hermeneutic

One cannot interpret the strangeness of this mode of production using the received hermeneutic conceptual categories, derived as they are from a critique of the relations of production of nineteenth-century steam-powered capitalism

—p.58 by McKenzie Wark
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acephalic

rather than some acephalous multitude

i assume this is a dunk on hardt and negri lol

—p.48 by McKenzie Wark
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valence

The moral force of assigning the role of monster to the other has a lot of valences

—p.39 by McKenzie Wark
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praetorians

The rise of New Labour had seen the unions, traditionally the praetorian guard of the Labour leadership, cast out

—p.36 by Alex Nunns
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reifying

One of Corbyn’s virtues is that he is not overly impressed by that reified category we call ‘public opinion’.

—p.252 by Richard Seymour
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heteroclite

Politically, their background was heteroclite. The biggest chunk of UKIP voters were ex-Tories

—p.188 by Richard Seymour
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recondite

it was an extremely odd moment to raise a recondite historical discussion

—p.184 by Richard Seymour
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contumely

Blair drew upon his immense reserves of contumely for public error to issue a counterblast as imperious as it was self-serving.

—p.163 by Richard Seymour
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interstice

In the interstices of economic decline there had arisen unprecedented levels of poverty

—p.151 by Richard Seymour
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stentorian

The strike, the largest in British history, was adroitly encircled and dismantled by a government having wide recourse to emergency measures, police and military crackdowns and a stentorian campaign of vilification.

—p.101 by Richard Seymour
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nugatory

MacDonald’s ministry kept its sights low, noting that a minority government could not be expected to achieve all that much. Such nugatory reforms as it did offer included improvements to housing and welfare provision

—p.99 by Richard Seymour
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sodality

Where once the Blairites seemed unshakeable in their power, their ruthless sodality has finally bitten the dust in Labour's leaership elections of 2015

whoaaa

—p.2 by Richard Seymour
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traduce

Jeremy Corbyn was the traduced laughing-stock leader of a broken and divided opposition

—p. by Richard Seymour
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