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- Title: Second Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- have to speak of how and why it is that we see the so-called white
- Title: Third Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- was uniform white he saw nothing of the kind. Goethe was roused. He
- through the space of the room, we get a white circle on the screen.
- into greenish shades. In the middle it stays white.
- apart, will re-unite in the eye itself. But Goethe saw no white. All
- grey. However, to make it white after all, they advise you to put a
- white by contrast. A pretty way of doing things! Some people load the
- Title: Fourth Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- white — at any whitish-shining light through a thick enough
- more or less white if I were looking at directly, will appear
- is the prism, said Newton; we let the white light in. The colours are
- already there in the white light; the prism conjures them forth and
- now they line up in formation. I have then dismembered the white
- IVf). When we have by and by got it white-hot, it will also give
- Newton's way would naturally argue: If I here have a piece of white
- black in the midst of white — if I have simple white paper with
- Title: Seventh Lecture (First Scientific Lecture-Course)
- the right becomes green. It becomes green just as a purely white
- the white. You then see green where you formerly saw red, though
- colour on to the white surface. In such a case, you are seeing the
- cushion with a white crochet cover, through the rhombic-patterned
- at the red rhombic pattern and then look away to the white. On the
- white ground you see the same lattice-work in green. Of course it
- which, as you focus on the white, generates the green,
- I darken this source of light, the white screen as a whole shines
- red. I am not really seeing the white screen; what I see is a
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