“Whatever... ”: A Reply to Albahari

Dialogue 40 (2):367-374 (2001)
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In her reply to my “Objectivism and the Evolutionary Value of Colour Vision,” Miri Albahari writes that “[I]ssues pertaining to the mind-independence of colour itself and the mind-independence of colour category origins have... been conflated by philosophers such as Dedrick, and I see this tradition as well worth breaking.”



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