Chalmers's representations lack syntactic structure
Chalmers's representations lack syntactic structure, even if they represent sentences that possess syntactic structure—and hence, such representations cannot participate in structure-sensitive (or syntax-sensitive) processes.

Brian McLaughlin, 1993a.
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Chalmers's representations lack syntactic structure
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