On the Prevalence of Chromato-Pseudopsis or Colour-Blindness; Its Evils, and the Means of Diminishing Its Frequency

@inproceedings{Wilson2018OnTP,
  title={On the Prevalence of Chromato-Pseudopsis or Colour-Blindness; Its Evils, and the Means of Diminishing Its Frequency},
  author={George Wilson},
  year={2018}
}
very distinguished men, such as Dugald Stewart, M. Sismondi, and John Dalton, have been the subjects of this peculiarity of sight, and the last of them, by reporting his own case, has earned at the hands of the Continental philosophers the unwelcome distinction of giving his name to the peculiarity in question. It has been called Daltonism, and its subjects… CONTINUE READING