Coming Soon:

The following books by Robert Paul Wolff are available on Amazon.com as e-books: KANT'S THEORY OF MENTAL ACTIVITY, THE AUTONOMY OF REASON, UNDERSTANDING MARX, UNDERSTANDING RAWLS, THE POVERTY OF LIBERALISM, A LIFE IN THE ACADEMY, MONEYBAGS MUST BE SO LUCKY, AN INTRODUCTION TO THE USE OF FORMAL METHODS IN POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY.
Now Available: Volumes I, II, III, and IV of the Collected Published and Unpublished Papers.

NOW AVAILABLE ON YOUTUBE: LECTURES ON KANT'S CRITIQUE OF PURE REASON. To view the lectures, go to YouTube and search for "Robert Paul Wolff Kant." There they will be.

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Thursday, January 27, 2011

HINT

The table I posted is very small. To make it larger, and readable, hold down the control key and roll the wheel on your mouse up [or whatever else you do to change the size of things]. It will make it quite readable.

Not a perfect solution -- WallyVer has constructed a much more elaborate solution which I will try -- but at least it works. Think of this as an obstacle course deseigned to weed out the dilettantes from the hard core. :)

4 comments:

Erik Hetzner said...

You may also simply click on the image to view a larger version (at least in Firefox).

Marinus said...

Barriers of entry work for the market, no reason it needn't work for economics tutorials!

Robert Vienneau said...

I fear my powers of exposition aren't up to the task. I did not catch WallyVer's answer.

My approach is to enter HTML in the blogger editor. You can use your web browser to "view source" for any page that has an example you like. The source on pages like this is complicated because of the columns and functionality provided by blogger. I always "find" a few words in the blog post I am looking at when I view the source of a web page I like.

But maybe you would like to restrict your viewing of source to simpler pages. For example, this page has some table examples:
http://www.dreamscape.com/rvien/Economics/Essays/LTV-FAQ.html

You can also google on phrases like HTML Table,
HTML subscript, HTML superscript, HTML bold, and HTML italics to find tutorial information on each element.

There's probably some capability built into the blogger editor which I never learned. By the way, you can cut and paste that long stuff at the top after you have uploaded an image to move it around in the post.

Is that helpful?

Robert Vienneau said...

I see my long URL is cut off when viewed here with this browser. It can be accessed by clicking here.