Color for Philosophers: Unweaving the Rainbow

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Hackett Publishing, 1988 - Philosophy - 243 pages
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This expanded edition of C. L. Hardin's ground-breaking work on color features a new chapter, Further Thoughts: 1993, in which the author revisits the dispute between color objectivists and subjectivists from the perspective of the ecology, genetics, and evolution of color vision, and brings to bear new data on individual variability in color perception.

 

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Contents

Color Perception and Science
1
The Ontology of Color
59
Phenomenology and Physiology
113
OTHER MINDS
134
COLOR LANGUAGE
155
Color Plates following page 116
187
Notes
195
Glossary of Technical Terms
209
Further Reading
216
Acknowledgments
234
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