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What The Frogs Eye Tells The Frogs Brain / Maturana, Humberto -- Lettvin, Jy -- McCulloch, W.S. -- Pitts, W.H.

In: Corning, William C., Balaban, Martin: The Mind: „Biological Approaches to its Functions“. Interscience Publishers. - s. 233-258. - 1968

What are the consequences of this work? Fundamentally, it shows that the eye speaks to the brain in a language already highly organized and interpreted, instead of transmitting some more or less accurate copy of the distribution of light on the receptors. As a crude analogy, suppose we have a man watching the clouds and reporting them to a weather station.

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