Cognition isn’t always systematic
Not organisms exhibit systematicity of thought processes. For example, there are creatures that can in some sense think “the lion is going to eat me” but can’t think “I am going to eat the Lion”.

Daniel Dennett, 1991b.
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Cognition isn’t always systematic
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