Realism, Relativism, Adverbialism: How Different are they? Comments on Mazviita Chirimuuta's Outside Color

Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 95 (1):236-243 (2017)
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Mazviita Chirimuuta proposes a new “adverbialist” ontology of color. I argue that ontological disputes in the philosophy of color are uniformly terminological. Chirimuuta's proposal too is a terminological variant on others, though it has some hortatory value in directing attention to aspects of color science that have hitherto been neglected. On a side note, I also take issue with Chirimuuta's laudatory take on early modern theories of color.

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