\pstart[\chapter{Pars sinistra}]
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                \pstart[\chapter{Right side}]
As any dedicated reader can clearly see, the Ideal of practical reason is a
representation of, as far as I know, the things in themselves; as I have shown
elsewhere, the phenomena should only be used as a canon for our understanding.
The paralogisms of practical reason are what first give rise to the
architectonic of practical reason. As will easily be shown in the next section, 
reason would thereby be made to contradict, in view of these considerations,
the Ideal of practical reason, yet the manifold depends on the phenomena.
Necessity depends on, when thus treated as the practical employment of the
never-ending regress in the series of empirical conditions, time. Human reason
depends on our sense perceptions, by means of analytic unity. There can be 
no doubt that the objects in space and time are what first give rise to human

Let us suppose that the noumena have nothing to do with necessity, since
owledge of the Categories is a posteriori. Hume tells us that the transcendental
unity of apperception can not take account of the discipline of natural 
reason, by means of analytic unity. As is proven in the ontological manuals,
it is obvious that the transcendental unity of apperception proves the validity
of the Antinomies; what we have alone been able to show is that, our
understanding depends on the Categories. It remains a mystery why the Ideal
stands in need of reason. It must not be supposed that our faculties have lying 
before them, in the case of the Ideal, the Antinomies; so, the transcendental
aesthetic is just as necessary as our experience. By means of the Ideal, our
sense perceptions are by their very nature \edtext{contradictory}{\Aendnote{contraddittorio}}.

As is shown in the writings of Aristotle, the things in themselves (and
it remains a mystery why this is the case) are a representation of time. Our 
concepts have lying before them the paralogisms of natural reason, but our
a posteriori concepts have lying before them the practical employment of our
experience. Because of our necessary ignorance of the conditions, the paralogisms
would thereby be made to contradict, indeed, space; for these reasons,
the Transcendental Deduction has lying before it our sense perceptions. (Our 
a posteriori knowledge can never furnish a true and demonstrated science,
because, like time, it depends on analytic principles.) So, it must not be supposed 
that our experience depends on, so, our sense perceptions, by means of
analysis. Space constitutes the whole content for our sense perceptions, and
time occupies part of the sphere of the Ideal concerning the existence of the 
objects in space and time in \edtext{general}{\Aendnote{generale}}.




In this mwe the page number in the endnote list reflect the real page number but not the duplicated page number. May be is not an error but I would like to have a conformation.

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    That is a bug. I will try to correct it today. – Maïeul Apr 6 '18 at 9:16

That was a bug (indeed, no people tried this feature with endnotes!).

The version 2.21.6 of reledpar, just send in the CTAN, solve it. If you use TeXLive, you should install it manually, as TeXLive2017 is frozen (or wait for TeXLive 2018).

The versions 2.26.7 of reledmac/2.21.7 of reldpar fix a related bug

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