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).

(noun) an inalienable possession of lands or buildings by an ecclesiastical or other corporation / (noun) the condition of property or other gifts left to a corporation in perpetuity especially for religious, charitable, or public purposes / (noun) the influence of the past regarded as controlling the present

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the tradition handed down to the present by the 'progressive' epochs of the past was a set of compelling norms, a mortmain that literary legatees must honour on pain of disinheritance

—p.13 Presentation I (9) default author
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the tradition handed down to the present by the 'progressive' epochs of the past was a set of compelling norms, a mortmain that literary legatees must honour on pain of disinheritance

—p.13 Presentation I (9) default author
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1 year, 2 months ago

(adjective) characterized by abundance; copious / (adjective) generous in amount, extent, or spirit / (adjective) being full and well developed / (adjective) aesthetically, morally, or generally offensive / (adjective) exceeding the bounds of good taste; overdone / (adjective) excessively complimentary or flattering; effusive

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it was Bloch in Czechoslovakia who volunteered fulsome affadavits for the Moscow trials

—p.15 Presentation I (9) default author
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it was Bloch in Czechoslovakia who volunteered fulsome affadavits for the Moscow trials

—p.15 Presentation I (9) default author
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1 year, 2 months ago

the presence of something only in small or insufficient quantities or amounts; scarcity

41

a growing paucity of content

feels kinda oxymoronic

—p.41 Realism in the Balance (28) default author
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a growing paucity of content

feels kinda oxymoronic

—p.41 Realism in the Balance (28) default author
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1 year, 2 months ago

a economic theory relating to the origin of capital (Adam Smith saw it as a peaceful process with natural imbalances in wealth distribution; Karl Marx saw it as a violent enclosure of the commons etc etc)

45

There can be no doubt that primitive accumulation, the separation of the small producers from their means of production, the creation of the proletariat, was--with all its inhumanities--a historical necessity.

—p.45 Realism in the Balance (28) default author
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There can be no doubt that primitive accumulation, the separation of the small producers from their means of production, the creation of the proletariat, was--with all its inhumanities--a historical necessity.

—p.45 Realism in the Balance (28) default author
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(adjective) requiring immediate aid or action / (adjective) requiring or calling for much; demanding

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in accordance with the exigencies of the moment

—p.54 Realism in the Balance (28) default author
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in accordance with the exigencies of the moment

—p.54 Realism in the Balance (28) default author
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1 year, 2 months ago

the condition of self-sufficiency, especially economic, as applied to a nation; a national policy of economic independence

72

When I read that the autarky of the Third Reich is perfect on paper, then I know that this is a case of political formalism

—p.72 Against Georg Lukács (68) default author
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When I read that the autarky of the Third Reich is perfect on paper, then I know that this is a case of political formalism

—p.72 Against Georg Lukács (68) default author
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political (originally communist) propaganda, especially in art or literature

84

So-called agitprop art, at which people, not always the best people, turned up their noses, was a mine of new artistic methods and modes of expression.

—p.84 Against Georg Lukács (68) default author
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So-called agitprop art, at which people, not always the best people, turned up their noses, was a mine of new artistic methods and modes of expression.

—p.84 Against Georg Lukács (68) default author
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(noun) a group of unofficial often secret and scheming advisers / (noun) cabal

94

those who have appropriate the theoretical doctrines of Marx and taken over their management will always form a clerical camarilla

a theory of Brecht's lol

—p.94 Conversations with Brecht (86) default author
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those who have appropriate the theoretical doctrines of Marx and taken over their management will always form a clerical camarilla

a theory of Brecht's lol

—p.94 Conversations with Brecht (86) default author
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1 year, 2 months ago

relating to stone and gems and the work involved in engraving, cutting, or polishing

102

the psychologistic subjectivism and ahistorical romanticism which he believed he could see beneath the dense and lapidary brilliance of Benjamin's text

—p.102 Presentation III (100) default author
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the psychologistic subjectivism and ahistorical romanticism which he believed he could see beneath the dense and lapidary brilliance of Benjamin's text

—p.102 Presentation III (100) default author
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(noun) a reversal of circumstances, or turning point; Anglicised form of the Greek "peripeteia"

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specific contents of Baudelaire's poetry were directly reduced to economic peripeteia of the time

—p.104 Presentation III (100) default author
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specific contents of Baudelaire's poetry were directly reduced to economic peripeteia of the time

—p.104 Presentation III (100) default author
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1 year, 2 months ago