Talk:Critique of Pure Reason (Meiklejohn)

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Information about this edition
Edition: 1781, Kritik der reinen Vernunft
Source: Project Gutenberg, Internet Sacred Texts Archive
Contributor(s): Antireconciler
Level of progress: Proofread and corrected 75%.svg
Notes: This edition was translated by J. M. D. Meiklejohn in 1855 and is now in the public domain.

Index page: Critique_of_Pure_Reason_1855_Meiklejohn_tr.djvu
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Proofreading required[edit]

This edition was imported from Project Gutenberg, a reliable provider of etexts, but the text still has errors requiring correction. - Antireconciler 19:25, 24 September 2006 (UTC)

Handling sections[edit]

Kant insists on complecated and convoluted section hierarchies to organize this text. If you understand Kant's work sufficiently, feel free to merge or split sections to better reflect its natural content divisions. - Antireconciler 06:37, 19 April 2006 (UTC)

This is not necessarily a good idea. If someone is trying to reference a particular section, convoluted though the address may be, it will be much harder for them if the section has been merged split or otherwise changed.

One page rather than a bunch[edit]

The benefit of one page is that you can find material by quotes much easier, without knowing the exact section. What are the disadvantages? ImperfectlyInformed 06:58, 19 August 2008 (UTC)