|Domain aggregation doesn't give commonsense|
Common sense can't be reconstructed by combining small, discrete domains of knowledge (as current representationalist models seek to do). An adequate theory of common sense must provide an account of context-dependent know-how.
Francisco Varela, Evan Thompson & Eleanor Rosch, 1991.
The world isn't compsed of separate discrete domains of knowledge that can be represented in isolation from each other.
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