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(verb) to give a false impression of / (verb) to present an appearance not in agreement with / (verb) to show (something) to be false or wrong / (verb) to run counter to; contradict / (verb) disguise

11

the claims to fairness, opportunity, the rule of law, reason, and freedom promised by liberalism are cruelly belied and betrayed by the reality of a form of rapacious capitalism

—p.11 Introduction: We want revenge (1) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

the claims to fairness, opportunity, the rule of law, reason, and freedom promised by liberalism are cruelly belied and betrayed by the reality of a form of rapacious capitalism

—p.11 Introduction: We want revenge (1) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

(adjective) keen, sharp / (adjective) vigorously effective and articulate / (adjective) caustic / (adjective) sharply perceptive; penetrating / (adjective) clear-cut, distinct

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full of trenchant fury and vengeful promises

—p.19 Toward a materialist theory of revenge (16) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

full of trenchant fury and vengeful promises

—p.19 Toward a materialist theory of revenge (16) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

(verb) to wear off the skin of; abrade / (verb) to censure scathingly

19

Marx's excoriating analysis of the bourgeois response to the Paris Commune

—p.19 Toward a materialist theory of revenge (16) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

Marx's excoriating analysis of the bourgeois response to the Paris Commune

—p.19 Toward a materialist theory of revenge (16) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 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

28

a fulsome pornographic bouquet of neopatriarchal tropes

thought there was a negative connotation but not really i guess

—p.28 Toward a materialist theory of revenge (16) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

a fulsome pornographic bouquet of neopatriarchal tropes

thought there was a negative connotation but not really i guess

—p.28 Toward a materialist theory of revenge (16) by Max Haiven
confirm
3 years, 5 months ago

(adjective) kind obliging / (adjective) dutiful / (adjective) volunteering one's services where they are neither asked nor needed; meddlesome / (adjective) informal unofficial

60

the officious viciousness of the Nazi occupation of the country

i thought it meant like lackluster?

—p.60 The work of art in an age of unpayable debts: Social reproduction, geopolitics, and settler colonialism (48) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

the officious viciousness of the Nazi occupation of the country

i thought it meant like lackluster?

—p.60 The work of art in an age of unpayable debts: Social reproduction, geopolitics, and settler colonialism (48) by Max Haiven
strange
3 years, 5 months ago

a figure of speech by which a part is put for the whole (as fifty sail for fifty ships), the whole for a part (as society for high society), the species for the genus (as cutthroat for assassin), the genus for the species (as a creature for a man), or the name of the material for the thing made (as boards for stage)

76

The coin here might be read as a material allegory, or in some sense a synecdoche (a small part which represents the whole) of capital itself.

—p.76 Interlude: Ahab’s coin, or Moby Dick’s currencies? (75) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

The coin here might be read as a material allegory, or in some sense a synecdoche (a small part which represents the whole) of capital itself.

—p.76 Interlude: Ahab’s coin, or Moby Dick’s currencies? (75) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

(adjective) occurring in an abnormal place / a concept in human geography elaborated by philosopher Michel Foucault to describe places and spaces that function in non-hegemonic conditions

77

Michel Foucault, for one, identified the ship as the heterotopia par excellence: the space that is both within and outside the social order

—p.77 Interlude: Ahab’s coin, or Moby Dick’s currencies? (75) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

Michel Foucault, for one, identified the ship as the heterotopia par excellence: the space that is both within and outside the social order

—p.77 Interlude: Ahab’s coin, or Moby Dick’s currencies? (75) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

songs of praise or triumph; things that expresses enthusiastic praise

92

a bullyboy paean to "the West" as the seat of progress in an otherwise dark world.

—p.92 Money as a medium of vengeance: Colonial accumulation and proletarian practices (85) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

a bullyboy paean to "the West" as the seat of progress in an otherwise dark world.

—p.92 Money as a medium of vengeance: Colonial accumulation and proletarian practices (85) by Max Haiven
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3 years, 5 months ago

(noun) the point in the orbit of an object (as a satellite) orbiting the earth that is at the greatest distance from the center of the earth / (noun) the point farthest from a planet or a satellite (as the moon) reached by an object orbiting it / (noun) the farthest or highest point; culmination

doxa (grk)

a Greek word meaning common belief or popular opinion (the root of words like orthodox and heterodox)

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