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the main point is that it uses direct abstract calculations without refering to a basis or using abstract index language.
Calculatation of the Einstein-Laub force density for linear dielectrics:
Have a look e.g. at these GR lecture notes by Winitzki and at this discussion on Physics Forums.
Among many others but this one is free, more general, clear and complete, including the didactic comparison with the Lorentz-Minkowski formula :
Electromagnetic force distribution inside matter
by Mansuripur, Zakharian & Wright
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