Philosophical Aspects

The word "logic" is specifically scrutinized. Every connection we make, either automatically created by the brain or knowingly established, is regarded as logical.

A concept of "information" is explained in a specific way. Two types of information are distinguished: One "for a person" and another "for the brain". In general, information encompasses an endless variety of combinations of repeated elements, many of which can be limited and simplified.

A concept of "sense of memorization" is clarified to be a consequent connection of elements of separate information.

The word "understanding" is explained as a repre­sentation of a spatially organized group of visual figures in imagination.