The quality that a linguistic system has of being able to convey meanings, in particular by reference to the world of physical reality.
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- Another key element is a network of linked concepts of varying levels of ‘semanticity’, in which activation spreads and indirectly controls the urgencies of new codelets.
- Evidence of some criteria being met can be seen, i.e., they show some semanticity, prevarication, arbitrariness, and combining ability.
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