The first and foremost characteristic of minds, is that, as comparing systems (exclusively),
they are relative entities, and relativity engines.
As a first consequence, at least for minds, there is no true absolute.
The only way that minds compute absolutes is as something that would not be relative,
and that is trying to define absolute as relative to relativity,
which clearly shows relativity constraints.
It even seems that the only thing which is absolute, is relativity.
Without going further into these considerations, it can be safely assumed that minds only compare,
that learning is based on comparing new knowledge to previously accumulated knowledge,
generating further knowledge from the evaluations and associated qualifications.