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).

Freudian slip in Greek

5

What has no meaning does not even have the pure and simple innocence of parapraxes.

on a certain "she" making mistakes

—p.5 by Jean Baudrillard
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What has no meaning does not even have the pure and simple innocence of parapraxes.

on a certain "she" making mistakes

—p.5 by Jean Baudrillard
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atone for (guilt or sin)

19

in expiatory sacrifice

—p.19 by Jean Baudrillard
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in expiatory sacrifice

—p.19 by Jean Baudrillard
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(adjective) indigenous native / (adjective) formed or originating in the place where found

19

made up entirely of autochthonous Swiss

—p.19 by Jean Baudrillard
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made up entirely of autochthonous Swiss

—p.19 by Jean Baudrillard
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(noun) the expression and emotional discharge of unconscious material (as a repressed idea or emotion) by verbalization especially in the presence of a therapist

23

it is by abreaction to medicine

—p.23 by Jean Baudrillard
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it is by abreaction to medicine

—p.23 by Jean Baudrillard
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(adjective) extremely dark, gloomy, or forbidding; refers to the River Styx of the underworld Hades in Greek mythology;

25

Everyone has an air of déjà vu about them, and they float like shadows over the waters of the Styx.

oddly gorgeous prose

—p.25 by Jean Baudrillard
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Everyone has an air of déjà vu about them, and they float like shadows over the waters of the Styx.

oddly gorgeous prose

—p.25 by Jean Baudrillard
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(noun) the doctrines or practices of the Pharisees / (noun) pharisaical character, spirit, or attitude; hypocrisy

25

Realist Philistinism and Pharisaism are triumphant on all sides

—p.25 by Jean Baudrillard
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Realist Philistinism and Pharisaism are triumphant on all sides

—p.25 by Jean Baudrillard
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(adjective) lacking a syllable at the end of a line in metrical verse or ending in an incomplete foot

27

in a state of cataleptic distraction

—p.27 by Jean Baudrillard
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in a state of cataleptic distraction

—p.27 by Jean Baudrillard
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(noun) otherness / (noun) the quality or state of being radically alien to the conscious self or a particular cultural orientation

30

the alterity of dreams

—p.30 by Jean Baudrillard
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the alterity of dreams

—p.30 by Jean Baudrillard
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(noun) a freethinker especially in religious matters / (noun) a person who is unrestrained by convention or morality / (noun) one leading a dissolute life

39

You can be the impostor of your own ideas (you don't believe in them; they have no effects for you) or the libertine (you treat them like dancing girls)

—p.39 by Jean Baudrillard
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You can be the impostor of your own ideas (you don't believe in them; they have no effects for you) or the libertine (you treat them like dancing girls)

—p.39 by Jean Baudrillard
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(from Greek) a figure of speech in which a word or a phrase from figurative speech is used in a new context

43

the reversal of effects and causes, the precession of effects over causes of the ends over the origin. Predestination. Metalepsis.

—p.43 by Jean Baudrillard
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the reversal of effects and causes, the precession of effects over causes of the ends over the origin. Predestination. Metalepsis.

—p.43 by Jean Baudrillard
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