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" The homogeneal light and rays which appear red, or rather make objects appear so, I call rubrific or red-making ; those which make objects appear yellow, green, blue, and violet, I call yellowmaking, green-making, blue-making, violet-making, and so of... "
Spectrum analysis, 6 lects - Page 39
by sir Henry Enfield Roscoe - 1870
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Optics: The Science of Vision

Vasco Ronchi, Edward Rosen - 1991 - 388 pages
...corpuscles constituting lumen, Newton was quite explicit and precise about the subjective nature of color: The homogeneal light and rays which appear red, or rather make Objects appear so, I call rubrifick or red-making; those which make Objects appear yellow, green, blue and violet, I call yellow-making,...
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Colour Vision: A Study in Cognitive Science and the Philosophy of Perception

Evan Thompson - 1995 - 354 pages
...The homogeneal Light and Rays which appear red, or rather make Objects appear so, I call Rubrifick or Redmaking; those which make Objects appear yellow,...violet, I call Yellow-making, Green-making, Blue-making, Violet- making, and so of the rest. And if at any time I speak of Light and rays as coloured or endued...
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An Odyssey Through the Brain, Behavior and the Mind

C. H. Vanderwolf - 2003 - 190 pages
...a prism is dissociated into a series of bands of different colors, wrote: "The homogeneal Light or Rays which appear red, or rather make Objects appear so, I call Rubrifick or Red-Making; those which make Objects appear yellow, green, blue, and violet, I call Yellow-making,...
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The Objective Eye: Color, Form, and Reality in the Theory of Art

Fellow of the Quuen's College John Hyman, John Hyman - 2006 - 286 pages
...similar idea as follows, although he is speaking about light, rather than the bodies that reflect it: "The homogeneal Light and Rays which appear red, or rather make Objects appear so, I call Rubrifick or Red-making; those which make objects appear yellow, green, blue and violet, I call Yellow-making,...
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