<philosophy of mind> a number of putative psychological properties or regularities go by the name of systematicity. These diverse regularities are meant to constitute explananda that are supposed to support the view that there exists a syntactically and semantically combinatorial language of thought.

See productivity of thought, compositionality, symbolicism

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