- Title Pages
- 1 Color Spaces and Color Order Systems: A Primer
- 2 On the Reality (and Diversity) of Objective Colors: How Color-Qualia Space Is a Map of Reflectance-Profile Space
- 3 Color Experience: A Semantic Theory
- 4 More than Three Dimensions: What Continuity Considerations Can Tell Us about Perceived Color
- 5 Color within an Internalist Framework: The Role of “Color” in the Structure of the Perceptual System
- 6 Into the Neural Maze
- 7 Where in the World Color Survey Is the Support for Color Categorization Based on the Hering Primaries?
- 8 Color, Qualia, and Attention: A Nonstandard Interpretation
- 9 It’s Not Easy Being Green: Hardin and Color Relationalism
- How Can the Logic of Color Concepts Apply to Afterimage Colors?
- 11 How Do Things Look to the Color-Blind?
- 12 What Do the Color-Blind See?
- Color Ontology and Color Science
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