Index talk:Aristotle - The Politics, 1905.djvu

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Sidenotes[edit]

I don't understand why I have sidenotes always on the left, if I ask for them to the right or if I ask for them to the left: no difference in the result.

First try: on the right[edit]


{{Sidenotes begin}}as if they thought that the barbarian and the slave were {{RL sidenote|'''I. 2'''}} by nature one.

Out of these two relationships between man and woman, {{RL sidenote|5}}master and slave, the family first arises, and Hesiod is right when he says,

First house and wife and an ox for the plough

{{Sidenotes end}}

in order to have this:

as if they thought that the barbarian and the slave were I. 2 by nature one.

Out of these two relationships between man and woman, 5master and slave, the family first arises, and Hesiod is right when he says,

First house and wife and an ox for the plough




Second try: on the left[edit]

{{Sidenotes begin}}as if they thought that the barbarian and the slave were {{left sidenote|'''I. 2'''}} by nature one.

Out of these two relationships between man and woman, {{left sidenote|5}}master and slave, the family first arises, and Hesiod is right when he says,

First house and wife and an ox for the plough

{{Sidenotes end}}

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in order to have this:

as if they thought that the barbarian and the slave were I. 2 by nature one.

Out of these two relationships between man and woman, 5master and slave, the family first arises, and Hesiod is right when he says,

First house and wife and an ox for the plough



I wonder why I obtain the same result from two opposite commands. --Zyephyrus (talk) 16:11, 25 March 2010 (UTC)