The truth about true blue

Analysis 66 (292):340–344 (2006)
Cohen, Hardin, and McLaughlin (2006) complain that my solution to the puzzle of true blue (Tye 2006) depends upon my assuming that 'all variation in colour experience among standard perceivers in standard circumstances is at the level of fine-grained hues (4)'. That assumption, they say, is false: 'there is in fact variation in colour experience among
Keywords Color  Metaphysics  Perception  Vision  Cohen, Jonathan  Hardin, C Larry  Mclaughlin, Brian P
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