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Ekai Txapartegi’s 13 research works with 4 citations and reads, including: Hue, Brightness & Saturation in Classical Greek Chroma Terms. Ekai Txapartegi . A Preliminary Study of Transparency with Chromatic Cesare Masin & Baingio Pinna – – Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society 27 (5) Rediscovering Colors: A Study in Pollyanna Realism. [REVIEW]Ekai Txapartegi – – Theoria: Revista de TeorĂ­a, Historia y Fundamentos de la Ciencia

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I arrive at this conclusion by exploring three main ways of 1 E. Barry Maund – – Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. What is whiteness then?

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Withal, this interpretation collides with the standard theory of Forms. Ekai Txapartegi – – Rivista di Estetica In any case, we got the impression that naturalist interpretations are not compatible with the standard way of understanding Forms.

If chromatic Forms are immaterial Parm. Ekai Txapartegi – – Elenchos: Theaetetus, Oxfordpp. Whiteness and White As far as we know, Plato never offered an argument supporting the existence of chromatic Forms 2. Sign in to use this feature.

Default Beliefs on Colors: Whiteness conceived as a chro- matic Form, whiteness conceived as a copy of a Form and whiteness as neither a chromatic Form nor its copy. For instance, Whiteness could be a standard Form and it would not clash with immateriality or self-predication.

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Finally, if the hid- den essences are Forms, then those flames automatically become the object of philosophical enquiry. The colors we see represent those real essences that are partially and cau- sally responsible for our chromatic vision.

Ejai this interpretation, whiteness is a flame but it can be neither a Form nor its copy.

Jonathan Cohen – – In Bence Nanay ed. McDowell rendered an attractive invitation to read Plato’s doc- trine on color as strongly realist 8.

Colors and Chromatic forms

He might have still believed in the existence of Forms, but perhaps in a more practical way, broadly understanding them as whatever makes something be what it is during the time that it is what it is In sum, primitivists collide more directly against the thesis of the Phaedrus that Tsapartegi are colorless while physicalists does it against the thesis of self-predication of Forms.

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Regrettably, he does not push his suggestion further despite the fact that, if correct, it would entail a strong realist interpretation of Xtapartegi doctrine on colors. Setup an account with your affiliations in order to access txaprategi via your University’s proxy server Configure custom proxy use this if your affiliation does not provide a proxy. Andy Egan – – Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 72 1: On one hand, colors are out there causally contributing to our chromatic vision and, on the other hand, they are Forms, the proper objects of episteme, which can be identified upon philosophical examination.

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Adam Pautz – manuscript.

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This article has no associated abstract. Miller – – Journal of Symbolic Logic 73 4: Secondary Qualities and Self-Location. Secondary Qualities and Self-Location. Sign in Create an account. We find an echo of this distinction later on in b: Also, this would make the ontol- ogy of real colors semantically consistent with our ordinary attributive practices.

For instance, she could request that when dealing with Plato’s ideas on colors we put aside any consideration derived from the metaphysics of Forms. Don Dedrick – – Philosophy of Science Supplement 3 3: To sum up, I have stated that in agreement with the naturalistic interpretation, colors are flames that cause chromatic sensations.

Margaret Atherton – – Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 67 1: Prime Colors and the Hues.

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