An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals: A Critical Edition
Clarendon Press, 2006 - 308 pagina's
The authoritative version of the text presented here is based upon the 1772 edition that was seen through the press by Hume himself. The editor's introduction sets the work in its historical context; the annotations provide information about Hume's sources, allusions, citations, and meanings, to help readers towards a full understanding of the text. A biographical appendix identifies the many people mentioned by Hume in the Enquiry. Separate bibliographies list the works cited by Hume and by the editor. Hume's original index is reproduced, together with a new general index by the editor.
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