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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Whiteness creates white by causally contri- buting to it. The episteme of chroma would be pos- 5 J. This interpretation offers substantial advantages over the previous one. Monthly downloads Sorry, there are not enough data points to plot this chart. Revelation in Color Perception. It is difficult to pinpoint any significant contribution. Rediscovering Colors a Study in Pollyanna Realism. It will simply be an unnoticed efflux streamed off from some objects, which is causally responsible for our seeing those objects as white.

Most probably, by the time he began to study the nature of colors he had already abandoned the romantic adventure of finding the extension of Forms just by analyzing their common meta- physical traits. 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. 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.

However, he does not think that the issue is settled: In this situation, the most natural conclusion seems to However, see his proviso in J.


Nota sobre o Octaedro da Cores em Wittgenstein. History of Western Philosophy. 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.

We might even doubt, contrary to McDowell, that there is such an obvious similarity between these pair of distinctions: Baumgartner – – Journal of Symbolic Logic 49 1: Carl Thurston – – Journal of Philosophy 40 Miller – – Journal of Symbolic Logic 73 4: 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 of self-predication is best exposed in the third man argument, Parm.

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.

A Study in Pollyanna Realism. But how is this compatible with the naturalistic view of colors being flames Tim.

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In sum, it seems that flames cannot be chromatic Forms because, firstly, flames are material objects and, secondly, if chromatic Forms existed they could not be colored and, thus, the ekak of Forms could not be applied to them. Hagit Benbaji – – Metaphilosophy 44 5: Edit this record Mark as duplicate Export citation Find it on Scholar Request removal from index Translate to english Revision history.

Science Logic and Mathematics. Science Logic and Mathematics. The price that the primitivist had to pay is that, since chromatic Forms will be colored, it will openly contradict the thesis of the Phae- drus, which states that all Forms are colorless.


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A Study in Pollyanna Realism. We could only know what specific flame creates what specific sensation, nothing deeper than that.

However, a groundbreaking interpreter may still contrive another approach to defend this strong realist reading of the naturalistic inter- pretation. In this article, I explore ways to unwind this tension. Science, Logic, and Mathematics.

The conclusion is thus, we could still embrace a standard old-fashioned theory of Forms, but we would be accepting a theory that is ontologically and episte- mologically redundant with relation to colors. Prime Colors and the Hues.

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These considerations tend to become too troublesome on their own, as Plato was well aware 11, and it is hard to believe that he never failed to prioritize the metaphysical considera- tions over the rest. I arrive at this hxapartegi by exploring three main ways of 1 E. A deeper explanation on the real nature of the white color and why it is encountered txqpartegi nature must lay in the study of Whiteness as a Form. Real Colors and Chromatic Forms.

In order to test that idea I have examined three main ways of understanding the color- flames that Plato could have had in mind in relation with his theory of Forms.