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context
used in Turtles All the Way Down

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Definition
the setting or situation in which something occurs
  • I mean have you ever received an unsolicited, no-context dick pic.
    p. 53.3
  • At one point, I came across this sentence: "Mammal brains receive a constant stream of interoceptive input from the GI tract, which combines with other interoceptive information from within the body and contextual information from the environment before sending an integrated response to target cells within the GI tract through what is commonly called the 'gut-brain informational axis' but might be better described as the 'gut-brain informational cycle."
    p. 209.7

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