Asymmetry among Hering primaries thwarts the inverted spectrum argument

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (6):960-961 (1999)
Purest points of Hering's six primary colors reside at different levels of lightness such that inversion of each hue pair would be detectable in subjects' choice of foci on the Munsell array. An inverted spectrum would not impose the isomorphism constraint on a contrast of red-green or yellow-blue, whatever we conclude about inference in functionalism.
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