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There have been excellent poets during my lifetime; still more excellent ones lived before me, and after me there will be others.But I am proud that I am the only one in my century who knows the truth about the difficult science of color.” As Goethe describes it, his epiphany on the perception of color happened as he “was walking in a garden, upon an April day, looking at the yellow crocuses.Each kind of cone is tuned to a particular kind of light, which they absorb with a greedy efficiency.For example, short-wavelength cones (S) peak somewhere around violet, while long-wavelength cones (L) love a languid yellowness.This simple insight meant that Newton’s physics – since it saw color as an absolute – was unable to fully explain our sensations.Furthermore, Goethe held that the eye only perceived three colors (red, yellow and blue) and not the seven displayed by Newton’s prism.The greatest misfortune of modern physics is that its experiments have been set apart from man.” Goethe wanted to correct Newton’s false abstractions.If Newton began with the equation, he would begin with the eyeball, with a “physiology of color.” He would return color to its beginning, in the brain.

Color is both a variable of physics and a creation of our mind.The seven colors broken by Newton’s prism out of white were in fact perceived by Newton’s brain probabilistically, not perfectly.His brain – and not God – had invented his sensation of color.Goethe declared as his credo that “optical illusion is optical truth.” Newton’s error in his color theory, said Goethe, was trusting math over the sensations of his eye.“Insofar as he makes use of his healthy senses,” wrote Goethe, “man himself is the best and most exact scientific instrument possible.Goethe was the first to realize that Newton had oversimplified things .