The challenge stands
If systematicity is a conceptual truth about cognition, as Clark says, then it is a necessary condition for the adequacy of a cognitive theory that it explains systematicity. Thus, systematicity still poses a challenge to connectionism.
Brian McLaughlin 1993b.
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The challenge stands
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