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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)