Newton's colour circle and Palmer's “normal” colour space

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):166-168 (2004)

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Taking the real Newtonian colour circle – and not the one Palmer depicts as Newton's – we don't have to wait 300 years for Palmer to say no to the Lockean aperçu about the inverted spectrum. One of the aims of this historical detour is to show that one's commitment about the “topology” of the colour space greatly affects Palmer's argument.
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