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Go live Time : 06 October 2022, 01:58 AM

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In order to distinguish between different physical properties which can represent red information, you must use more than one word. For example:

  1. “red” The intrinsic property of objects that are the target of our observation, the initial cause of the perception process (i.e. when the strawberry reflects 650 nm (red) light). A label for Anything that reflects or emits ‘red’ light.
  2. “redNESS” The different intrinsic property of our knowledge of red things, the final result of our perception of red.
If your model or your language only uses one abstract word for all things red, you can't distinguish between different physical qualities making you qualia blind. Multiple defined terms are required to make effing of the ineffable statements like:

"My redness is like your greenness, both of which we call red."

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