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Carlo Ierna

As far as I know, Springer already has been selling individual chapters from collected volumes _and even monographs_ for quite some time. It's still hideously expensive though ... The remarkable thing is that they do give away for free the "frontmatter" and "backmatter" of every volume. In the case of the Husserliana editions this means that you get the extensive introductions by the editors as well as the critical apparatus for free.

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