Colours

Philosophy 36 (April-July):128-142 (1961)
Abstract
In this paper I wish first of all to argue against two possible views about colour qualities, which I shall label the Objectivist and Subjectivist views respectively. I find these views to be prevalent among philosophers of my acquaintance, though sometimes they are hidden by a veneer of post-Wittgensteinian sophistication. Part of my argument will depend on modern scientific theories of colour vision. In the second part of the paper I shall argue for a different view of my own
Keywords Color  Epistemology  Objectivism  Subjectivism  Vision
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James A. McGilvray (1983). To Color. Synthese 54 (January):37-70.
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