Are there wordlike concepts too?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (1):70-71 (1998)
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Millikan proposes that there are mapping functions through which spoken sentences represent reality. Such mappings seem to depend on thoughts that words express and on concepts as components of such thoughts, but such concepts would conflict with Millikan's other claims about concepts and language.
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