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1.0 out of 5 stars
Not as described - avoid!, 31 Jan 2013
The product page for this book mentions an excellent index, notes, abstract, and glossary. Mention is made of Hume scholar Ernest Campbell Mossner's contribution. The product received is just the text of the Treatise. There is no index, notes, abstract, glossary, commentary or indeed even page numbers (except where someone has scribbled them in pencil on the first couple of pages; helpfully, they've also used the same pencil to underline what they consider key phrases from the first section. This is essentially freely available text, bound, and with none of the claimed information included. To add insult to injury, it's also obviously a second hand copy.