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  • Michael shared from a Personal Document
    For example, a person's belief that, say, the president dislikes terrorists appears to be composed of the concepts “THE PRESIDENT”, “DISLIKES”, and “TERRORISTS”, and differs from the belief that terrorists dislike the president by virtue of something analogous to syntactic arrangement.
    Note: Welp.
  • Michael shared from a Personal Document
    Because this position claims that we use a theory when employing mental idiom, it is often referred to as the “theory-theory”
    Note: The theory-theory.