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) a resolving of specific cases of conscience, duty, or conduct through interpretation of ethical principles or religious doctrine / (noun) specious argument; rationalization

ix

is he constructing a casuistical theory to excuse his own failures?

—p.ix Introduction (vii) default author
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is he constructing a casuistical theory to excuse his own failures?

—p.ix Introduction (vii) default author
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group of progressive-minded commoner-intellectuals in St. Petersburg in the 1840s; in 1849, members of the Circle were arrested and imprisoned, including Dostoyevsky

xv

In the spring of 1849, Dostoevsky was arrested, tried, and sentenced to Siberian prison and exile for his association with the subversive Petrashevsky circle.

—p.xv Introduction (vii) default author
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In the spring of 1849, Dostoevsky was arrested, tried, and sentenced to Siberian prison and exile for his association with the subversive Petrashevsky circle.

—p.xv Introduction (vii) default author
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pertaining to Karl Marx and ideas he explicitly explored in his writings; differs from Marxist in that the latter includes ideas developed by others in the same vein of thought

xv

a pre-Marxian, non-"scientific" form of socialism commonly designated as "utopian".

on Dostoevsky's purported doctrine

—p.xv Introduction (vii) default author
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a pre-Marxian, non-"scientific" form of socialism commonly designated as "utopian".

on Dostoevsky's purported doctrine

—p.xv Introduction (vii) default author
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ambiguous; occupying a position at, or on both sides of, a boundary or threshold

xviii

Dostoevsky set about the masterpiece one could call liminal

—p.xviii Introduction (vii) default author
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Dostoevsky set about the masterpiece one could call liminal

—p.xviii Introduction (vii) default author
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a discourse between two or more people holding different points of view about a subject but wishing to establish the truth through reasoned arguments

xxviii

The familiar dialectic repeats itself: dreams of love and glory, followed by fits of self-hatred, shame, and spite

—p.xxviii Introduction (vii) default author
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The familiar dialectic repeats itself: dreams of love and glory, followed by fits of self-hatred, shame, and spite

—p.xxviii Introduction (vii) default author
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(noun) unreasonable or foolhardy contempt of danger or opposition; rashness recklessness / (noun) a rash or reckless act

xxviii

when life has the temerity to imitate literature

—p.xxviii Introduction (vii) default author
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when life has the temerity to imitate literature

—p.xxviii Introduction (vii) default author
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lack of the usual social or ethical standards in an individual or group, which lessens social cohesion and fosters decline; popularized by French sociologist Émile Durkheim in his influential book Suicide

xxix

The fashionable words for this state, in the late twentieth century, are alienation and anomie

—p.xxix Introduction (vii) default author
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The fashionable words for this state, in the late twentieth century, are alienation and anomie

—p.xxix Introduction (vii) default author
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(verb) to claim or seize without justification / (verb) to make undue claims to having; assume / (verb) to claim on behalf of another; ascribe

xxxv

unless the translator arrogates to himself the entirely inadmissible right to interpolate

—p.xxxv On the Translation (xxxiii) default author
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unless the translator arrogates to himself the entirely inadmissible right to interpolate

—p.xxxv On the Translation (xxxiii) default author
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(noun) marsh swamp / (noun) a situation that traps, confuses, or impedes / (noun) an overwhelming or confusing mass or mixture

9

it will be caught up in a fatal morass, a stinking mess consisting of its own doubts and agitations

—p.9 Underground (1) default author
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it will be caught up in a fatal morass, a stinking mess consisting of its own doubts and agitations

—p.9 Underground (1) default author
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(adjective or adverb) having the hand on the hip and the elbow turned outward / (adjective or adverb) set in a bent position

33

a brazen fop who bars your way with arms akimbo, spitting

first time seeing it in print

—p.33 Underground (1) default author
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a brazen fop who bars your way with arms akimbo, spitting

first time seeing it in print

—p.33 Underground (1) default author
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1 year, 4 months ago