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THE DIFFERENCE between

LOOKING AND

SEEING

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37. WHAT WE SEE AS LUMINOUS WE DO NOT SEE AS GREY. BUT WE CAN CERTAINLY SEE IT AS WHITE.

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36. WHATEVER LOOKS LUMINOUS DOES NOT LOOK GREY. EVERYTHING GREY LOOKS AS THOUGH IT IS BEING ILLUMINATED. 5


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33. WE SPEAK OF TH DO NOT MEAN YEL THE PROPERTY OF A GLITTERS.

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HE ‘COLOUR OF GOLD’ AND LLOW. “GOLD-COLOURED” IS A SURFACE THAT SHINES OR

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42. WE SPEAK OF A ‘DARK RED LIGHT’ BUT NOT OF A ‘BLACK-RED LIGHT’

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45. OPAQUENESS IS NOT A PROPERTY OF THE WHITE COLOUR. ANY MORE THAN TRANSPARENCY IS A PROPERTY OF THE GREEN

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45. Opaqueness is not a property of the white colour. Any more than transparency is a property of the green.

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52. WHITE IS A COLOUR OF SUBSTANCES (IN THE SENSE IN WHICH WE SAY SNOW IS WHITE) IS LIGHTER THAN ANY OTHER SUBSTANCE-COLOUR; BLACK DARKER. HERE COLOUR IS A DARKENING, AND IF ALL SUCH IS REMOVED FROM THE SUBSTANCE, WHITE REMAINS, AND FOR THIS REASON WE CAN CALL IT “COLOURLESS”.

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43. A SMOOTH WHITE SURFACE CAN REFLECT THINGS: BUT WHAT, THEN, IF WE MADE A MISTAKE AND THAT WHICH APPEARED TO BE REFLECTED IN SUCH A SURFACE WERE REALLY BEHIND IT AND SEEN THROUGH IT? WOULD THE SURFACE THEN BE WHITE AND TRANSPARENT?

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