The Three-Concept Monte
Fodor, Pylyshyn and McLaughlin distract connectionists with talk of systematicity and implementation; concealing the crucial issue of explanation. It turns out that the only explanations classicists are willing to accept are classical explanations.
The three concepts in the monte being: systematicity, implementaiton and explanation.

Robert Matthews, 1994.
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The Three-Concept Monte
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