Beware critical flaws concerning optical character recognition (OCR) for this particular edition due to the original text consisting of English, French and Greek.
French words are sometimes auto-corrected (incorrectly) into English. Accented "é" becomes 6, "d'Achille" becomes "dachille", etc. Greek mostly appears as jumbled sequences of Roman characters. Footnotes are intermixed with main text. Headings are indistinguishable from main text. There is no table of contents and no index. And so on.
Their OCR process seems to be completely automated, such that no human ever examined the resulting pages that were scanned, printed, bound, sold and shipped. This is an example of automation failure, which is both illustrative and ironic considering the nature of this particular text. Oh, the humanity!
Apparently, this book is in the public domain as its copyright has expired, so other publishers should have quality editions.
This edition should be removed from market.