A History of Western Philosophy and Theology

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JH | Forum Activity | Posted: Fri, Nov 20 2015 1:18 PM


I have finally seen a hardcopy of this text and it is full of (side) marginal notes on most pages. These notes are not incidental, but actually provide explanatory content for the main text. Are these marginal notes going to be included in the Logos version of this resource? The sample pages provided on the webpage do not show any marginal notes, which would be a deal-breaker for me.

Here is a screenshot from the Logos page followed by the hardcopy text. I don't seen any of those side notes. Oversight?

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Rick Carmickle | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Nov 20 2015 2:32 PM

I have the hard back as well. I don't think either marginal notes are necessary to the digital edition.

The marginal notes on the upper left are the table of contents so you can follow where you are at. In this instance, "Why Study Philosophy?" This will be replicated, as with all books, with the table of contents to the left of the book.

The marginal notes on the bottom are simply a pullout quote of the text itself, and not something new. All that would make sense is a highlighting in the text instead.


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