Talk:Peter Sloterdijk

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This article falls within a proposed limits on quotations policy.

The subject of this article is a book, and as a result, the proposal would set a limitation of five lines of prose (or eight lines of poetry) for every ten pages.

If you would like to add another quote to the page, you should consider whether to remove one that is already there in order to keep within the bounds of fair use of copyright material.
For reference, the length of this work is: 558 pages.

WQ:LOQ check[edit]

After removing five quotes, see here, the text in the Critique of Cynical Reason] (1983) section still contain about 1,67% of the text, while the limit is 1.25% of the total content of a book. (The text contains about 400 lines of the original text, which is about 600 pages long, with about 40 lines per page) -- Mdd (talk) 18:53, 21 March 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]

If you take into consideration that the current quotes originate from only from 15% of the text, over 10% is quotes. And with the last 7 (short and longer) quotes from 5 pages there about 20% of the text is quoted. -- Mdd (talk) 19:30, 21 March 2017 (UTC)Reply[reply]