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).

an unfilled space; a gap (plural: lacunae)

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To fill this institutional lacuna, the Maastricht Treaty and its successor treaties created a panoply of non-credible rules to constrain states.

—p.136 The One That Got Away (123) default author
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It is these lacunae, these intense specializations of awareness

—p.171 Tigers in the Mirror (162) default author
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In addition, there are serious lacunae in German tax rec ords, owing in large part to the country’s turbulent history in the twentieth century

—p.325 Inequality of Labor Income (304) default author
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the term capitalism, in contrast to capital, appears almost nowhere in his work. This lacuna weakens his account of reproduction,

—p.124 Bourdieu's Class Theory: The Academic as Revolutionary (107) default author
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The giant lacunae in his biography are merely a convenience

on Shakespeare

—p.142 Speaking in Tongues (132) default author
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About the holes and lacunae and etc.

—p.212 Chapter 6 (177) by David Foster Wallace
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My own taste tends towards the sketchier fictional personage, whose lacunae and omissions tease us, provoke us to wade in their deep shallows

—p.84 Character (75) default author
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the lacuna in her knowledge of art history

—p.171 How to be Happy in Love (159) default author
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for memoirs, they still leave holes, pockets of deliberate vagueness, writerly lacunae

on Joan Didion's memoirs (Year, Blue Nights)

—p.102 Joan Didion (102) default author
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On strong readings, the precautionary principle aims to convert epistemic uncertainty into a guardianship of the status quo, gently turning away those who would seek to build a better future with the imperative to ‘do more research’. We might also consider here that the precautionary principle contains an almost inherent lacuna: it ignores the risks of its own application. In seeking to err always on the side of caution, and hence of eliminating risk, it contains a blindness to the dangers of inaction and omission.

—p.177 Conclusion (175) default author
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a troubled, undersupplied, drug- and crime-riddled lacuna in the American text

—p.120 default author
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This not-knowing is not a lacuna.

—p.45 Injunctions of Marx (1) default author
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The result is a doubly serious lacuna. We do not well understand what happens where and why and how events here affect conditions elsewhere.

—p.155 The Geography of It All (140) default author
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it leaves large lacunae in the untold period

on IJ ending without closure

—p.39 "I'm a Man of My--" Wallace and the Incomplete (21) default author
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In the lacuna between speech and interpretration lies the freedom to choose--or not choose--to take part in the process

—p.28 "I'm a Man of My--" Wallace and the Incomplete (21) default author
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a lacuna inscribed in the mind’s very nature as finite mode

—p.137 Domination, Liberation (105) default author
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