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Chapter Five: From Tumblr to the campus wars: creating scarcity in an online economy of virtue

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Nagle, A. (2017). Chapter Five: From Tumblr to the campus wars: creating scarcity in an online economy of virtue. In Nagle, A. Kill All Normies: Online Culture Wars from 4chan and Tumblr to Trump and the Alt-Right. Zero Books, pp. 68-85

the highest point in the development of something; culmination or climax

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a liberal preference for 'recognition of diversity over economic inequality' reached its most absurd apotheosis with a politics based on the minutia and gradations of rapidly proliferating identities

I think minutia is [sic] but, unsure

—p.69 by Angela Nagle
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2 years, 10 months ago

a liberal preference for 'recognition of diversity over economic inequality' reached its most absurd apotheosis with a politics based on the minutia and gradations of rapidly proliferating identities

I think minutia is [sic] but, unsure

—p.69 by Angela Nagle
notable
2 years, 10 months ago
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[...] You may question the motivations of the right's fixation on these relative niche subcultures, but the liberal fixation on relatively niche sections of the new online right that emerged from small online subcultures is similar in scale--that is, the influence of Tumblr on shaping strange new political sensibilities is probably equally important to what emerged from rightist chan culture.

—p.73 by Angela Nagle 2 years, 10 months ago

[...] You may question the motivations of the right's fixation on these relative niche subcultures, but the liberal fixation on relatively niche sections of the new online right that emerged from small online subcultures is similar in scale--that is, the influence of Tumblr on shaping strange new political sensibilities is probably equally important to what emerged from rightist chan culture.

—p.73 by Angela Nagle 2 years, 10 months ago

a person who renounces a religious or political belief or principle; the general form is "apostasy"

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Because of her militant secularism and open apostasy as an ex-Muslim

—p.79 by Angela Nagle
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2 years, 10 months ago

Because of her militant secularism and open apostasy as an ex-Muslim

—p.79 by Angela Nagle
notable
2 years, 10 months ago