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Commentary/Millikan: A common structure for concepts of individuals, stuffs, and real kinds 74 BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES (1998) 21:1 to take the form of individual relations between reified "concepts" and real kinds. We can expect, however, that the external objects will play a crucial role in learning in the very bootstrapping processes I just described. Somehow our interactions with the external world lead us to form one set of ontological convictions, one theory, rather than another.doi:10.1017/s0140525x98320403 fatcat:656o6nq6avhcfnovttmygkbqma