Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, (1980).. First Edition.. A Near Fine Copy in Very Good Dust Jacket.. Green cloth hardcover, gilt lettering on spine. 8vo. [i] - xii, 230 pages, including Bibliography and Index. Cambridge Studies in Philosophy. Reviewers proof laid in.
Keywords: Philosophy, Kenny, A., Theory of Emotions.
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