What is defined information?

A defined information comes into being only by the definition of its existence and becomes only perceptible in this way. Here conditions and facts are determined in order to generate the perception of a defined information within the recipient.


Defined information is divided into three types:

  • The simple defined information, such as an expression in a language, a hierarchy, a power, or a deity.
  • The second type represents the negation of the first type. It defines an existing information, by defining it as non-existent or as an illegal perception. Examples include roadblocks, forbidden access to rooms or a ban on smoking.
  • The third type of defined information is that whose existence is caused by the probability calculation (presumption). This refers to information that is possible and quite probable, but has never actually existed. Examples of this are threats but also promises.

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