Color: Ontological Status and Epistemic Role
Graduate studies at Western
Nova Science (2010)
|Abstract||The physical properties of color and its influence on the organism -- The source of the myths about experience : the principle of the being and thinking identity.|
|Keywords||Color (Philosophy Color vision Color Perception Philosophy|
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|Call number||B105.C455.S76 2010|
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