Prototypes and Compositionality 1
A consideration of the view, widely held in cognitive science, that typical concepts are complex statistical structures (`bundles of subjective probabilities’). The crucial difficulty: since probabilities don’t compose, the productivity and systematicity of conceptual systems is inexplicable. The `pet fish’ problem and its variants. The `theory theory’ about concept possession.
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