The Hidden Strengths of Weak Theories

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There has been a strong tradition of assuming that concepts, and their patterns of formation might be best understood in terms of how they are embedded in theory-like sets of beliefs. Frank Keil argues that our very weak theories might in fact do a great deal of work in explaining how we form concepts and are able to use them to successfully refer.

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