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I. My Own Life.
II. Letter from Adam Smith to William Strahan, Esq.
III. A Treatise of Human Nature, Vol. II, Of the Passions: Bk. II, Part I: Of Pride and Humility, Sections I-VI, XI.
Part II: Of Love and Hatred, Sections I-III.
Part III: Of the Will and Direct Passions, Sections I-III.
IV. A Treatise of Human Nature, Vol. III, Of Morals: Bk. III, Part I: Of Virtue and Vice in General, Sections I-II.
Part II: Of Justice and Injustice, Sections I-XII.
Part III: Of the Origin of the Natural Virtue and Vices, Sections I-IV.
V. An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals, Sections I-IX, Appendices I-IV.
VI. A Dialogue.
VII. Essays, Moral and Political, I-VIII.
Posted January 16, 2010
this is one of the best editions of the text that I have seen. Good organization, clearly written. It is a philosophy book though, so I'm not sure that general readers would be as allured by it as people with an interest in philosophy, and student.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.