Anthony misrepresents the argument
Fodor and Pylyshyn don't argue for a classical architecture solely on the basis of systematicity. They acknowledge that a theory of cognition must account for other phenomena as well.
In fact, they discuss productivity and inferential coherence as additional phenomena that a theory of cognition must explain.

Brian McLoughlin,1993a.
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Anthony misrepresents the argument
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