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Does color mixing happen in the phenomenal mind or in the noumenal mind?

The question has assumptions that are not complex enough about world and mind This question has too simple a set of assumptions about the nature of our world, and of our minds. For color, everything ...
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Does color mixing happen in the phenomenal mind or in the noumenal mind?

niels nielsen addressed the physical basis of color mixing. As regards your question about color inversions, I think any partition of the electromagnetic spectrum into compact intervals, represents a ...
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Does color mixing happen in the phenomenal mind or in the noumenal mind?

This phenomenon is called metamerism and has been extensively investigated by workers in the the physiological optics field. It is the brain that interprets a mixture of red, green, and blue light to ...
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Kant's transcendental apperception and 'ipseity' in phenomenology

Spoiler: I'll provoke the philosophers of the group by recognizing that this clever question of Bird wakes up a controversy about covert mysticism in Kant. The brilliant and subtle way Kant reconciles ...
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