Information enters the brain via nerves which
constitute the mind/world interface. Such
information enters the brain without the presence
of a context. There is nothing in the brain to
In a tabula rasa state the brain absorbs information from the external world while doing nothing with it other than filing (information from sensory organs going to and being filed in hardwired sights within the brain).
This must be so given the initial postulate.
Because the brain is electrical there is a hardware output..
There are then two types of information being generated: simple external and self-generated external. At some time these two are identified by the brain (classified as separate types).