There are some notes about reading in the Research Kitchen

This advice about how to read philosophy sources is really useful and might be applied to most reading tasks. A key question that is often glossed is: why was the piece written? I don't mean the stated aim of the paper or research but what was the context in which the paper was produced. Papers/books tend to gloss much of the useful background to the work that produced them.

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