Lack of (satisfactory) indexes and ToCs in Spanish non-fiction

This is still a major problem, even from authors and publishers that appear to take themselves seriously, and even though automatic generation is now pretty good. Is it evidence of (a) the continued importance of rote learning, as over critical appraisal, in Spanish universities, or (b) the realisation, hundreds of years ago, that digitised search techniques would render redundant all this kind of stuff?

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