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What the frog's eye tells the frog's brain

 “The assumption has always been that the eye mainly senses light, whose local distribution is transmitted to the brain in a kind of copy by a mosaic of impulses. In fact, the eye speaks to the brain in a language already highly organised and interpreted, instead of transmitting some more or less accurate copy of the distribution of light on the receptors.”

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