This chapter defines ideas (concepts) as thoughts or cognitive parts of thoughts, and sets out their basic properties. It distinguishes concepts from images and conceptions (belief systems), and briefly defines concept possession, acquisition, and association. It also distinguishes between atomic and complex concepts, and introduces the ideo-reflexive method of referring to ideas.
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