The Oxford Handbook of Judaism and Economics (page 435, footnote 50, available on Google Books preview here) refers to a comment in the Shiltei ha-Gibborim. The only precise reference is "note 3 on Mordekhai 475". I have no clue how to find this or look it up. Can anyone help?

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    Can you edit in some basic expected content that one would find there? Thats the only way to know if a searcher got it right – Double AA Dec 4 '19 at 16:52
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    I can't see the footnote in the book. Google won't let me. This is why you should include info in the question instead of behind links which can break. – Double AA Dec 4 '19 at 17:47

In the standard edition of Mordechai (in the back of many volumes of Shas) there are paragraph marks in bold, which are continuous throughout each seder, as in this example:

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So paragraph 475 (תעה) is in Bava Basra, and the Shiltei Hagiborim being referenced is at the foot of the page (the next page, in this case). Here's the link.

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  • This is really helpful (link and explanation!) thanks – Zarka Dec 4 '19 at 18:14

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