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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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Unfortunately, this interpretation also creates some disturbing qualms, such as the fact that from this perspective it is even harder to conceive the relationship between white and whiteness.

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Tim Crane – – Metaphilosophy 43 Help Center Find new research papers in: Color Relationalism and Color Phenomenology. In particular, I have at- tempted to show that this naturalistic interpretation does not hinge on the existence or otherwise of fxapartegi Forms. The unfortunate consequence of this approach, however, is that by denying chromatic Forms, we may be implicitly rejecting the pos- sibility of doing color science because, according to Plato, the proper K.

A Study in Pollyanna Realism. We are justified in describing some objects as white because, allegedly, they do not cease in liberating whiteness.

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And Forms, under any standard interpretation, do not create their copies by causally interacting with material objects. Keywords Plato, colors, chromatic Forms, Timaeus 67 c, Theaetetus e, Theae- tetus b Plato made a distinction between whiteness and white Theaet. History of Western Philosophy.

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Rivista di Studi Sul Pensiero Antico 30 2: I arrive at this conclusion by exploring three main ways of 1 E. From the Publisher via CrossRef no proxy pdcnet.

Even so, consider the distinction he draws in the Theaet.

Even if humans were to know the true identity of colors, that knowledge could not attain the highest epistemic status. Rivista di Studi Sul Pensiero Antico 30 2: First, the identification of flames with chromatic Forms does not seem consistent with the immateriality of any Form.

It postulates a new entity, Whiteness with uppercase W but, apart from making Plato’s doctrine of colors consistent with the standard metaphysics of Forms, what else does it do?

It is difficult to pinpoint any significant contribution. The contradiction between these three premises is clear: History of Western Philosophy.

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In this situation, the most natural conclusion seems to However, see his proviso in J. The episteme of chroma would be pos- 5 J. Few pages prior to this d c he tells us that the color white is the product of the act of perception.

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A Study in Pollyanna Realism. In spite of this, there still exists an alternative way of blending the naturalistic interpretation with chromatic Forms without compromising the stan- dard theory of Forms. Whiteness, as a Copy The identification of whiteness with a chromatic Form is the most obvious way of combining a naturalistic interpretation on colors 11 Plato’s uneasiness with the thesis emai self-predication is best exposed in the third man argument, Parm.

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We might even doubt, contrary to McDowell, that there is such an obvious similarity between these pair of distinctions: Ac- cording to it, the hidden natural essences of colors, the specific flames, are chromatic Forms. Real Colors and Chromatic Forms.

Science Logic and Mathematics. Sign in Create an account. For instance, whiteness would essentially be txapartegu non-qualitative efflux emitted by objects but, as a Form, it would not emit any. The colors we see represent those real essences that are partially and cau- sally responsible for our chromatic vision. A particular, yet unknown, figure, composed by blending in basic elements probably pyramids 13 that, as I will argue, could have a qualitative aspect on its own.

Is white- ness similar to the white color we see?