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Australasian Journal of Philosophy 81 (1):78-95 (2003)
|Abstract||Primary quality theories of color claim that colors are intrinsic, objective, mind-independent properties of external objects — that colors, like size and shape, are examples of the sort of properties moderns such as Boyle and Locke called primary qualities of body.1 Primary quality theories have long been seen as one of the main philosophical options for understanding the nature of color|
|Keywords||Color Experience Metaphysics Necessity Property Structural|
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