nature of emotion ...

by David Irons

Publisher: Ginn & company in Boston

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Thesis (PH. D.)--Cornell university.

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LC ClassificationsBF531 .I7
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Pagination3 p. L., 3-63 p.
Number of Pages63
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Open LibraryOL6969127M
LC Control Number06015825
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