First Color Vision Observations Recorded by Charles S. Peirce

First Color Vision Observations Recorded by Charles S. Peirce

Charles S. Peirce
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Charles S. Peirce records his first set of color vision observations which will later be reported in the April 1877 issue of the American Journal of Science.

An American philosopher, Charles S. Peirce is largely responsible for the development of the philosophical school known as Pragmatism.

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