Concepts Are Beliefs About Essences

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HAAS-SPOHN, Ulrike, Wolfgang SPOHN, 2001. Concepts Are Beliefs About Essences. In: Proceedings of an Internat. Symposium : " Gottlob Frege : Philosophy of Logic, Language and Knowledge ". Stanford:CSLI Publ., pp. 287-316

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