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Language, Cognition, and Mind
AbstractIt is impossible to talk about human cognition without talking about concepts—there simply is no human cognition without concepts. Concepts form an abstraction of reality that is central to the functioning of the human mind. Conceptual knowledge (of e.g., APPLE, LOVE and BEFORE) is crucial for us to categorize, understand, and reason about the world. Only equipped with concepts and words for them can we successfully communicate and carry out actions. But what exactly are concepts? Howdoi:10.1007/978-3-030-69823-2_1 fatcat:usgb4oqpmzbxffhrkues7gkhz4