Conceptual atomism rethought

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (2-3):224-225 (2010)

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Focusing on Machery's claim that concepts play entirely different roles in philosophy and psychology, I explain how one well-known philosophical theory of concepts, Conceptual Atomism (CA), when properly understood, takes into account both kinds of roles

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Susan Schneider
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