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Question 1: That is, while ________ does not represent anything concretely, when the viewer sees the painting, it is nevertheless transformed into electrical signals that create a representation of the painting.
Late modernismModern artAbstract artWestern painting

Question 2: Some inputs are important to the function of the organism (for example, food) or device (________) by themselves.
TimeUniverseEnergyForce

Question 3: If, however, the premise of "influence" implies that information has been perceived by a conscious mind and also interpreted by it, the specific context associated with this interpretation may cause the transformation of the information into ________.
EmpiricismTruthCausalityKnowledge

Question 4: "Eidos" can also be associated with thought, proposition or even ________.
Gilbert RyleHenri BergsonConceptGottfried Leibniz

Question 5: The concept of information is closely related to notions of constraint, ________, control, data, form, instruction, knowledge, meaning, mental stimulus, pattern, perception, and representation.
Social sciencesMicrobiologyScientific methodCommunication

Question 6: When ________ speaks of media and their effects on human cultures, he refers to the structure of artifacts that in turn shape our behaviors and mindsets.
EnglandThe Gutenberg GalaxyRhetoricMarshall McLuhan

Question 7: Also, ________ are often said to be "information" in this sense.
AntOlfactionPheromoneInsect

Question 8: ________, the performing arts, amusement parks, works of fiction and so on are thus forms of information in this sense, but they are not necessarily forms of information according to some definitions given above.
Music theoryClassical musicMusicMusical notation

Question 9: Often information is viewed as a type of input to an ________ or designed device.
OrganismBiologyFungusLife

Question 10: When an organism with a ________ receives an input, it transforms the input into an electrical signal.
Nervous systemAlzheimer's diseaseIntracranial pressureSensory system
















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