THEORY OF COLOURS

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Goethe S Theory Of Colours

Author : Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
ISBN : UOM:39015011595272
Genre : Color
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Category: Color

Theory Of Colours

Author : Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
ISBN : UIUC:30112002980487
Genre : Color
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By closely following Goethe's explanations of the color phenomena, the reader may become so divorced from the wavelength theory--Goethe never even mentions it--that he may begin to think about color theory relatively unhampered by prejudice, ancient or modern.
Category: Color

Color And Meaning

Author : John Gage
ISBN : 0520226119
Genre : Art
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"John Gage's Color and Meaning is full of ideas. . .He is one of the best writers on art now alive."--A. S. Byatt, Booker Prize winner
Category: Art

Color And Culture

Author : John Gage
ISBN : 9780520222250
Genre : Art
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An encyclopaedic work on color in Western art and culture from the Middle Ages to Post-Modernism.
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A Na Ve Realist Theory Of Colour

Author : Keith Allen
ISBN : 9780198755364
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A Naive Realist Theory of Colour defends the view that colours are mind-independent properties of things in the environment, that are distinct from properties identified by the physical sciences. This view stands in contrast to the long-standing and wide-spread view amongst philosophers and scientists that colours don't really exist - or at any rate, that if they do exist, then they are radically different from the way that they appear. It is argued that a naive realist theory of colour best explains how colours appear to perceiving subjects, and that this view is not undermined either by reflecting on variations in colour perception between perceivers and across perceptual conditions, or by our modern scientific understanding of the world. A Naive Realist Theory of Colour also illustrates how our understanding of what colours are has far-reaching implications for wider questions about the nature of perceptual experience, the relationship between mind and world, the problem of consciousness, the apparent tension between common sense and scientific representations of the world, and even the very nature and possibility of philosophical inquiry.
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