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p.74, (2.65): insert a missing ℏ on the right-hand side of the inequality

p.99,

p.99, (3.60): “ ...,

p.144,

p.183, (5.80a): “

p.225, (6.6e): “...= – (... ” → “ ...= –

p.247,

p.325, Digression 9.2: the results are given in the un-normalized basis, (no summation)

p.329, l.1 under Eq. (9.45) and subsequently: “ energy-momentum tensor density ” → “ energy-momentum density tensor ”

(the quantity defined in Eq. (9.45) is a tensorâ€”not a tensor density as defined in Definition B.2 on p.522; its components however

p.340, Digression 9.5.,

p.342, (9.81), anti de Sitter branch: Whereas a “flat slicing” analogue of the de Sitter branch

p.365,

p.467, Eq. (A.40o): “

p.503, Eq. (B.13): multiply the right-hand side in both rows by

p.514, Def. B.6,

p.518, Eq. (B.80c), the 2nd relative sign (multiplying the 3rd term): “ – ” → “ + ”

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