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  • n. The state or quality of being systematic


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From systematic +‎ -ity.


  • They identify a feature of human intelligence called systematicity which they feel connectionists cannot explain.


  • Structure Mapping theory uses three constraints, called systematicity, parallel connectivity, and one-to-one mapping.

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  • (iv), [27] holding that there are no lawlike cognitive regularities such as systematicity (etc.) to be explained, or that such regularities do not require a (B) - like architecture for their explanation.

    The Language of Thought Hypothesis

  • A sign for the particular sort of systematicity ruling the prose might be read from its partial publication in Tel Quel as The Properties of Rectangles.

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  • In other words, there may be a limit to the systematicity of the world or to its intelligibility.

    Karl Higley - Spirit, Kosmos, Essence

  • This approach appears vulnerable to the objection that it avoids funny facts at the price of neglecting systematicity.

    The Correspondence Theory of Truth

  • Recognition of this systematicity is built right into the isomorphism approach.

    The Correspondence Theory of Truth

  • Ordering implies a systematicity requirement: principles of justice should provide a determinate resolution to problems of justice that arise under them; and in so far as a conception of justice is not able to order conflicting claims and resolve problems of justice, that is a reason against choosing it in the original position.

    Original Position

  • This combinatorial structure accounts for the properties of productivity and systematicity of the system of mental representations.

    Mental Representation

  • Proponents of compositionality typically emphasize the productivity and systematicity of our linguistic understanding.



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