|Systematicity is a conceptual not empirical law|
Systematicity fails to argue against the empirical hypotheses of the connectionist architecture, because it's a conceptual law that deals with holistic thought ascriptions rather than with in-the-head thought processes.
That is, systematicity tells about how we judge whether other people are thinking; it does not tell us about what is going on inside their heads.
Andy Clark, 1991.
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