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Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals : A Critical Edition

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ISBN13:

9780915145454

ISBN10:
0915145456
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/1/1983
Publisher(s):
Hackett Pub Co Inc

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Summary

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

Introduction 1(10)
For Further Reading 11(1)
A Note on the Text 12(1)
AN ENQUIRY CONCERNING THE PRINCIPLES OF MORALS 13(69)
I. Of the General Principles of Morals
13(3)
II. Of Benevolence
16(4)
III. Of Justice
20(14)
IV. Of Political Society
34(4)
V. Why Utility Pleases
38(13)
VI. Of Qualities Useful to Ourselves
51(10)
VII. Of Qualities Immediately Agreeable to Ourselves
61(7)
VIII. Of Qualities Immediately Agreeable to Others
68(4)
IX. Conclusion
72(10)
APPENDIX 82(25)
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)
A DIALOGUE 107(14)
Index 121


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