- For those of us blessed with sight, colours have been manifest in the scenes before our eyes ever since such scenes first came into focus. Familiarity has not bred understanding, however.
- The nature of these old acquaintances remains a matter of dispute. The dispute is intimately tied to ‘the hard problem' of visual consciousness — the problem of determining the nature of visual consciousness.
- Colours v. What It’s Like to See Them
- A Functional Analysis of Colour
- Our Functional Analysis v. Dispositionalism
- Will the Circle be Broken?
- Might Redness Not Have Been Redness?
- The Role of Vision Science
- Relations Amongst the Colours
- Colour Space and the Phenomenal Character of Colour Experiences
- The Problem of Standard Variation
- A Relativist Response to the Problem of Standard Variation
- The Problem of Common Ground and the Problem of Multiple Grounds
- A Promising Strategy for Solving the Problem of Common Ground
- On the Possibility of a Certain Kind of Phenomenal Character Inversion
- Colour and Tye’s and Dretske’s Wide Strong Denotational-Intentionalism
- Tye’s and Dretske’s Commitment to Colour Absolutism
- Phenomenal Characters, Subjectivity, and Direct Acquaintance
… Red Mary
… Water and H2O
Part One: Intentionality and Phenomenal Content, Chapter 5
Text Colour Conventions (see disclaimer)
- Blue: Text by me; © Theo Todman, 2017
- Mauve: Text by correspondent(s) or other author(s); © the author(s)