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August 2015 version is much improved
on August 12, 2012
No active table of contents.
Each paragraph begins a new page.
No diagrams. I think one of the diagrams from the text is formatted as one word per page with no graphic marking.
I returned to this book after several years.
The current Kindle version is much improved. The text flows from page to page like a book.
There is an unlabeled active table of contents at the end of the book. It has entries Chapter I, Chapter II, Chapter III ... and so on. These are the same entries in the Kindle goto menu.
Each chapter of the work has about a dozen titled subsections. These subsections are listed at the start of each chapter - but not brought to the table of contents. The subsection listings are not clickable links. In the print edition the subsection title appears at the top of each page. I didn't discover a simple way to associate the subsection titles with the ebook text stream.
I found no diagrams.
In fifteen minutes of page turning I noticed one scanning typo a "docs" instead of a "does".
I suspect this edition could not replace a print edition for detailed study of the work. For my casual browsing, I would prefer thumbing through the old paperback edition. However if you're curious about the work [and like me will probably never finish it], this is an inexpensive introduction.