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

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Second, we also find that the idea of chromatic Forms is inconsistent with the thesis of self-predication, txpartegi states that chromatic Forms should be colored.

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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 Andy Egan – – Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 72 1: Log Txapartfgi Sign Up.

Sign in Create an account. In the framework of Timaeus, an account of whiteness that it is merely based on necessities could not really explain the fact that there are white objects in nature Tim. Secondary Qualities and Self-Location. But, again, in light of the epistemic provisions he takes in that part of Timaeus 67 d, 68 b, 68 d that might be a virtue of this interpretation.

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.

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Toward an Ecological Phenomenology. There is at least one important lack of corre- spondence between them. Added to PP index Total downloads 5of 2, Recent downloads 6 months 1of 2, How can I increase my downloads? Physicalists might also reach the opposite conclusion, that is, they could conclude that physicalism makes it easier to identify colors with Forms, because they conceive flames as non qualitative, as suggested by Phaedrus.


History of Western Philosophy. 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. Science Logic and Mathematics. Philosophy, Logic, Science, History. This interpretation offers substantial advantages over the previous one. Click here to sign up. 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.

In sum, primitivists collide more directly against the thesis of the Phaedrus that Forms are colorless while physicalists does it against the thesis of self-predication of Forms.

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Carl Thurston – – Journal of Philosophy 40 Nota sobre o Octaedro da Cores em Wittgenstein. This entry has no external links. 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.

Stefan Geschke – – Mathematical Logic Quarterly 57 1: However, a groundbreaking interpreter may still contrive another approach to defend this strong realist reading of the naturalistic inter- pretation.

Whiteness and White As far as we know, Plato never offered an argument supporting the existence of chromatic Forms 2. We could only know what specific flame creates what specific sensation, nothing deeper than that. This identity between colors and their corresponding flames is the cornerstone of the naturalistic interpretation.

txapargegi 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 self-predication of Forms could not be applied to them. 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.

Colors and Chromatic Forms. The episteme of chroma would be pos- 5 J. Default Beliefs on Colors: A Study in Pollyanna Realism. eksi


Don Dedrick – – Philosophy of Science Supplement 3 3: In this situation, the most natural conclusion seems to However, see his proviso in J. What is whiteness then?

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Can Color Be Reduced to Anything? 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.

Weak Borel Chromatic Numbers. By honoring the real nature of colors, that is, by taking flames as Forms, Plato would be ushering in prospects for a new txapaetegi science because he would be pointing in a direction that would interest anyone endeavoring to know the real nature of colors.

Ekai Txapartegi – – Rivista di Estetica In this article, I explore ways to unwind this tension. Margaret Atherton – – Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 67 1: This article has no associated abstract. Rivista di Studi Sul Pensiero Antico 30 2: Accordingly, philosophers who attempt to find the nature of white, the stuff that makes objects be white, should look for whiteness not Whiteness.

Even if humans were to know the true identity of colors, that knowledge could not attain the highest epistemic status.

For instance, Whiteness could be a standard Form and it would not clash with immateriality or self-predication.

For instance, whiteness would essentially be a non-qualitative efflux emitted by objects but, as a Form, it would not emit any. This article has no associated abstract. 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.