Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33 (2-3):208-209 (2010)

David Danks
Carnegie Mellon University
Machery's Heterogeneity Hypothesis depends on his argument that no theory of concepts can account for all the extant reliable categorization data. I argue that a single theoretical framework based on graphical models can explain all of the behavioral data to which this argument refers. These different theories of concepts thus (arguably) correspond to different special cases, not different kinds
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