The logic of colors in model-theoretical and game-theoretical perspectives

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E.G. Dragalina-Chernaya

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This paper sketches two approaches to the color exclusion problem provided by model-theoretical and game-theoretical semantics. The case study, modeling the experimentally confirmed perception of ‘forbidden’ (e.g., reddish green and bluish yellow) colors, is presented as neuropsychological evidence for game-theoretical semantics.

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