index is provided as a guide to the reader who wishes to analyze, interpret, or evaluate
the concepts, ideas, theories, and philosophies in Books I-III. The index supplements the
table of contents, the list of plates, the list of tables, and the list of charts; it does
not cover directly the footnotes (except for a few). Subject classifications that are of
special political, economic, or philosophical importance are listed in boldface. Sources
of italicized terms and expressions are indicated in the text or in associated footnotes.
The book number is identified by Roman numerals; pages in the book (Print Edition) are
identified by Arabic numbers (e.g., III: 1 refers to the first page in book III). P, T, and C refer to plates, tables and charts,
respectively. These are identified by a chapter number or appendix letter, and the number
of the plate, table, or chart in the chapter or appendix (e.g., T5-1 refers to the first table in
chapter 5, and CF-2 to the second chart in appendix
F). For sources and references to specific works, see the Bibliography.
to Books I-III