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The Clarendon Hume includes all of Hume's works except The History of England and minor historical writings. This scholarly edition-the first critical edition of Hume's works -provides for each text a historical introduction, a statement of editorial policies and principles, historically oriented annotations, extensive bibliography, and a comprehensive index. Book jacket.
Table of Contents
|For Further Reading||11||(1)|
|A Note on the Text||12||(1)|
|AN ENQUIRY CONCERNING THE PRINCIPLES OF MORALS||13||(69)|
|I. Concerning Moral Sentiment||82||(6)|
|II. Of Self-Love||88||(5)|
|III. Some Farther Considerations with Regard to Justice||93||(5)|
|IV. Of Some Verbal Disputes||98||(9)|