Part 1: Introductory Material How to Use this Book List of Abbreviations Editor's Introduction 1: Life and Early Publishing History 2: Hume's General Philosophy 3: Background Controversies in Moral Philosophy 4: Hume's Moral Philosophy 5: The Structure of the Text 6: Conclusion: Hume's Influence The Text Printed in this Edition Supplementary Reading Part 2: The Text An Enquiry Concerning the Principles of Morals 1: Of the General Principles of Morals 2: Of Benevolence 3: Of Justice 4: Of Political Society 5: Why Utility Pleases 6: Of Qualities Useful to Ourselves 7: Of Qualities Immediately Agreeable to Ourselves 8: Of Qualities Immediately Agreeable to Others 9: Conclusion Appendix 1. Concerning Moral Sentiment Appendix 2. Of Self-love Appendix 3. Some Farther Considerations with regard to Justice Appendix 4. Of Some Verbal Disputes A Dialogue Part 3 Annotations to the Enquiry Glossary References Index
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