"Kenny's Descartes is a notably good and important book. He says it is 'designed to help undergraduate and graduate students in understanding Descartes' philosophy.' The book concentrates on Descartes' epistemology, metaphysics, and philosophy of mind; but the penultimate chapter, on Matter and Motion, contains a succinct account of Descartes' mechanism and a critique of the a priori side of his natural philosophy." -- The Philosophical Quarterly
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