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This question cannot be answered in the form in which you asked it both because of the limits of current neuroscientific theories and methodologies when it comes to determining the structures of complex neural representations (although we have made headway in a few cases such as place cells and grid cells), and because neural representations are not really ...


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Your question reduces to "what are the neural mechanisms behind language?", which is very much a work in progress. The only neural model of language that I currently know of is the Semantic Pointer Architecture (SPA), which is largely theoretical and only has some super basic examples. Basically, the SPA represents language as vector manipulation. The ...



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