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 Teoría, Historia y Fundamentos de la Ciencia
|Published (Last):||9 January 2017|
|PDF File Size:||17.78 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||2.47 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
There is at least one important lack of corre- spondence between them. Supporters of the naturalistic interpretation may still find plau- sible the idea of chromatic flames participating in chromatic Forms.
Ekai Txapartegi, Rediscovering Colors – PhilPapers
This article has no associated abstract. 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.
If whiteness were a Form, this would exhibit a unique and rare case where a Form is causally interacting with a material object the visual flux to create another material object the color white. And Forms, under any standard interpretation, do not create their copies by causally interacting with material objects. Miller – – Journal of Txapartsgi Logic 73 4: 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.
Default Beliefs on Colors: 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. I have argued that there are sensible means of making this troika of interpretations compatible with the naturalistic idea of white- ness being one sort of flame.
Real Colors and Chromatic Forms. By honoring the real nature of colors, that is, by taking flames as Forms, Plato would be ushering in prospects for a new color science because he would be pointing in a gxapartegi that would interest anyone endeavoring to know the real nature of colors. First, the identification of flames with chromatic Forms does not seem consistent with the immateriality of any Form.
A deeper explanation on the real nature of the white color txaoartegi why it is encountered in nature must lay in the study of Whiteness as a Form. No keywords specified fix it. 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. 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.
Find it on Scholar. Regrettably, he does not push his suggestion further despite the fact that, if correct, it would entail a strong realist interpretation of Plato’s doctrine on colors. It does not seem to be an accidental distinction.
Under this interpretation, whiteness is a flame but it can be neither a Form nor its copy. Txapartehi Egan – – Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 72 1: Carl Thurston – – Journal of Philosophy 40 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.
Perceptual Qualities in Philosophy of Mind.
This interpretation offers substantial advantages over the previous one. Finally, if the hid- den essences are Forms, then those flames automatically become the object of philosophical enquiry. This entry has no external links. Revelation in Color Perception. Science Logic and Mathematics.
The colors we see represent those real essences that are partially and cau- sally responsible for our chromatic vision. On one hand, Whiteness could be as immaterial as other Forms and it would not necessarily txaparttegi to be white.
Whiteness creates white by causally contri- buting to it.
If chromatic Forms are immaterial Parm. Science Logic and Mathematics. Primitivism and the Analogy Between Colors and Values.
Ekai Txapartegi, Colors and Chromatic forms – PhilPapers
Philosophy, Logic, Science, History. Txaparegi I have just explained how- ever, this view implies a deflationary understanding of Forms. I arrive at this conclusion by exploring three main ways of 1 E. For instance, if whiteness is a Form, it should be white, but clearly Plato describes all Forms as colorless Phaedr.