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.

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(noun) ; action practice; as / (noun) exercise or practice of an art, science, or skill / (noun) customary practice or conduct / (noun) practical application of a theory

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Aristotle made a distinction between poíesis (the creation of works from nature) and praxis (self-determined action)

which also reflected the division of labour at the time ... slaves vs citizens

An Introduction to Karl Marx's Theory (23) default author
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Aristotle made a distinction between poíesis (the creation of works from nature) and praxis (self-determined action)

which also reflected the division of labour at the time ... slaves vs citizens

—p.24 An Introduction to Karl Marx's Theory (23) default author
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4 months, 3 weeks ago

(verb) philosophy: to negate or eliminate (as an element in a dialectic process) but preserve as a partial element in a synthesis; assimilate (a smaller entity) into a larger one; used by Hegel

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This relation was however considered necessary for progress; its potential sublation was not seen as a historical potential enabled by the development of the productive forces

class relations within classical political economy

An Introduction to Karl Marx's Theory (23) default author
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This relation was however considered necessary for progress; its potential sublation was not seen as a historical potential enabled by the development of the productive forces

class relations within classical political economy

—p.24 An Introduction to Karl Marx's Theory (23) default author
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4 months, 3 weeks ago

(Greek mythology) the personification of death

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Herbert Marcuse (1955) argues that the performance principle means that Thanatos governs humans and society and that alienation unleashes aggressive dreams within humans

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Herbert Marcuse (1955) argues that the performance principle means that Thanatos governs humans and society and that alienation unleashes aggressive dreams within humans

—p.39 An Introduction to Karl Marx's Theory (23) default author
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make (something abstract) more concrete or real

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Reification means "that a relation between people takes on the character of a thing and thus acquires 'phantom objectivity', an autonomy that seems so strictly rational and all-embracing as to conceal every trace of its fundamental nature: the relation between people"

citing Lukacs (History and Class Consciousness)

Dallas Smythe and Audience Labour Today (74) default author
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Reification means "that a relation between people takes on the character of a thing and thus acquires 'phantom objectivity', an autonomy that seems so strictly rational and all-embracing as to conceal every trace of its fundamental nature: the relation between people"

citing Lukacs (History and Class Consciousness)

—p.79 Dallas Smythe and Audience Labour Today (74) default author
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(verb) philosophy: to negate or eliminate (as an element in a dialectic process) but preserve as a partial element in a synthesis; assimilate (a smaller entity) into a larger one; used by Hegel

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Malthus, Mill, Petty, Ricardo, Say, Smith and Ure that Marx studied, sublated and was highly critical of in his works

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Malthus, Mill, Petty, Ricardo, Say, Smith and Ure that Marx studied, sublated and was highly critical of in his works

—p.83 Dallas Smythe and Audience Labour Today (74) default author
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(adjective) being or presenting a comprehensive or panoramic view

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Oscar Gandy has introduced the notion of a panoptic sort: "The panoptic sort is a difference machine that sorts individuals into categories and classes on the basis of routine measurements [...]"

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Oscar Gandy has introduced the notion of a panoptic sort: "The panoptic sort is a difference machine that sorts individuals into categories and classes on the basis of routine measurements [...]"

—p.101 Dallas Smythe and Audience Labour Today (74) default author
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a Marxist term for a form of depreciation resulting from a new replacement providing greater use value (think technology)

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Its wear and tear is what Marx (1867c, 528) called "moral depreciation": it is caused by competition and the drive of companies to establish new versions of informational commodities [...] in order to accumulate ever more capital

on information

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Its wear and tear is what Marx (1867c, 528) called "moral depreciation": it is caused by competition and the drive of companies to establish new versions of informational commodities [...] in order to accumulate ever more capital

on information

—p.114 Dallas Smythe and Audience Labour Today (74) default author
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philosophical and metaphysical theories of divine presence in which the divine encompasses or is manifested in the material world

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corporate social media have an immanent connection to finance capital

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corporate social media have an immanent connection to finance capital

—p.120 Dallas Smythe and Audience Labour Today (74) default author
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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)

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The transformation of non-wage labour into wage labour or of public services into capitalist realms of accumulation are specific forms of continuous primitive accumulation.

summarising David Harvey on Rosa Luxemburg

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4 months, 3 weeks ago

The transformation of non-wage labour into wage labour or of public services into capitalist realms of accumulation are specific forms of continuous primitive accumulation.

summarising David Harvey on Rosa Luxemburg

—p.166 Digital Slavery: Slave Work in ICT-Related Mineral Extraction (155) default author
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4 months, 3 weeks ago