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SectionTitleReaderNotesListen UrlStatus
1 Translator's Preface and Preface to the First Edition  Lynnet PL OK
2 Introduction  notno PL OK
3 Part I - Physiological Colours Section 1 - Effects of Light and Dark on the Eye  DCCampbell PL OK
4 Section II - Effects of Black and White Objects on the Eye  notno PL OK
5 Section III - Grey Surfaces and Objects; Section IV - Dazzling Colourless Objects  Agentmercury PL OK
6 Section V - Coloured Objects  Agentmercury PL OK
7 Section VI - Coloured Shadows  Agentmercury PL OK
8 Section VII - Faint Lights; Section VIII - Subjective Halos  kierenmetts PL OK
9 Pathological Colours - Appendix  kierenmetts PL OK
10 Part 2 - Physical Colours - Section IX - Diotropical Colours  playonwords PL OK
11 Section X - Diotropical Colours of the First Class  playonwords PL OK
12 Section XI - Diotropical Colours of the Second Class - Refraction  GillH PL OK
13 Subjective Experiments - Section XII - Refraction Without the Appearance of Colour; Section XIII - Conditions of the Appearance of Colour  GillH PL OK
14 Section XIV - Conditions Under Which the Appearance of Colour Increases  Lynnet PL OK
15 Section XV - Explanation of the Foregoing Phenomena  ergopony PL OK
16 Section XVI - Decrease of the Appearance of Colour; Section XVII - Grey Objects Displaced by Refraction  Lynnet PL OK
17 Section XVIII - Coloured Objects Displaced by Refraction  GillH PL OK
18 Section XIX - Achromatism and Hyperchromatism; Section XX - Advantages of Subjective Experiments. - Transition to the Objective  DrPGould PL OK
19 Objective Experiments - Section XXI - Refraction Without the Appearance of Colour; Section XXII - Conditions of the Appearance of Colour  DrPGould PL OK
20 Section XXIII - Conditions of the Increase of Colour; Section XXIV - Explanation of the Foregoing Phenomena  DrPGould PL OK
21 Section XXV - Decrease of the Appearance of Colour; Section XXVI - Grey Objects ; Section XXVII - Coloured Objects; Section XXVIII - Achromatism and Hyperchromatism  Keti PL OK
22 Section XXIX - Combination of Subjective and Objective Experiments; Section XXX - Transition  simonettix PL OK
23 Section XXXI - Catatropical Colours  simonettix PL OK
24 Section XXXII - Paroptical Colours  simonettix PL OK
25 Section XXXIII - Epoptical Colours  simonettix PL OK
26 Part III - Chemical Colours - Section XXXIV - Chemical Contrast  jcrosbie PL OK
27 Section XXXV - White; Section XXXVI - Black; Section XXXVII - First Excitation of Colour  jcrosbie PL OK
28 Section XXXVIII - Augmentation of Colour; Section XXXIX - Culmination; Section XL - Fluctuation; Section XLI - Passage Through the Whole Scale  ToddHW PL OK
29 Section XLII - Inversion; Section XLIII - Fixation; Section XLIV - Intermixture, Real; Section XLV - Intermixture, Apparent  ToddHW PL OK
30 Section XLVI - Communication, Actual; Section XLVII - Communication, Apparent  ToddHW PL OK
31 Section XLVIII - Extraction; Section XLIX - Nomenclature  calalilyuf PL OK
32 Section L - Minerals; Section LI - Plants  ChrisG PL OK
33 Section LII - Worms, Insects, Fishes; Section LIII - Birds  GillH PL OK
34 Section LIV - Mammalia and Human Beings  jenno PL OK
35 Section LV - Physical and Chemical Effects of the Transmission of Light Through Coloured Mediums; Section LVI - Chemical Effect in Dioptrical Achromatism;  ChrisG PL OK
36 Part IV - General Characteristics  brianna PL OK
37 Part V - Relation to Other Pursuits  Lynnet PL OK
38 Part VI - Effect of Colour With Reference to Moral Associations; Yellow; Red-Yellow; Yellow-Red; Blue; Red-Blue; Red; Green  Availle PL OK
39 Completeness and Harmony; Yellow and Blue; Yellow and Red; Blue and Red; Yellow-Red and Blue-Red; Combinations Non-Characteristic; Relations of the Combinations to Light and Dark; Considerations Derived from the Evidence of Experience and History  Availle PL OK
40 Aesthetic Influence; Chiaro-Scuro; Tendency to Colour; Keeping; Colour in General Nature; Characteristic Colouring  Availle PL OK
41 Harmonious Colouring; Genuine Tone; False Tone; Weak Colouring; The Motley; Dread of Theory; Ultimate Aim; Grounds; Pigments  Availle PL OK
42 Allegorical, Symbolic, Mystical Application of Color; Concluding Observations  Availle PL OK