"The concept of 'redness' is an example of distributed meaning. There is no particular place we could point to where the 'meaning' of 'redness' is located. (We could say ‘meaning’ = ‘connective similarity’?)"
"When the meanings of words are distributed, the basis of their meanings - the smaller subsymbolic entities that make up the meanings - are intermingled."
(source section 'Meaning')