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the part of theology concerned with death, judgment, and the final destiny of the soul and of humankind

68

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

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—p.68 Disruption (65) by John Patrick Leary
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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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(adjective) difficult knotty / (adjective) ; rough to the touch; as / (adjective) having small raised dots, scales, or points / (adjective) covered with raised, roughened, or unwholesome patches / (adjective) dealing with suggestive, indecent, or scandalous themes; salacious / (adjective) squalid

100

its idea of scabrous determination

—p.100 Grit (100) by John Patrick Leary
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its idea of scabrous determination

—p.100 Grit (100) by John Patrick Leary
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(noun) air or bearing especially as expressive of attitude or personality; demeanor / (noun) appearance aspect

113

The sympathetic mien of "human capital"

—p.113 Human capital (110) by John Patrick Leary
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The sympathetic mien of "human capital"

—p.113 Human capital (110) by John Patrick Leary
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(linguistics) the omission of a sound or syllable when speaking OR the act or an instance of omitting something

133

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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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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(adjective) causing or tending to cause sleep / (adjective) tending to dull awareness or alertness / (adjective) of, relating to, or marked by sleepiness or lethargy / (noun) a soporific agent / (noun) hypnotic

161

the soporific blandness of "solutions"

—p.161 Solution (161) by John Patrick Leary
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the soporific blandness of "solutions"

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