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" Goethe has likewise pointed out the effect of debility upon vision: "In passing from bright daylight to a dusky place we distinguish nothing at first; by degrees the eye recovers its susceptibility: strong eyes sooner than weak ones ; the former in a... "
Goethe's Theory of Colours - Page 3
by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1840 - 423 pages
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Goethe's Theory of colours, tr. with notes by C.L. Eastlake

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - 1840
...wanting by means of which it is connected with the external world, and becomes part of a whole. 7. If we look on a white, strongly illumined surface,...The fact that the eye is not susceptible to faint impressions of light, if we pass from light to comparative darkness, has led to curious mistakes in...
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Goethe's Theory of Colours

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe - Color - 1840 - 423 pages
...wanting by means of which it is connected with the external world, and becomes part of a whole. 7. If we look on a white, strongly illumined surface,...minutes. 11. The fact that the eye is not susceptible to fnint impressions of light, if we pass from light to comparative darkness, has led to curious mistakes...
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Fatigue

Angelo Mosso - Fatigue - 1904 - 334 pages
...I still saw a luminous spot. Goethe has likewise pointed out the effect of debility upon vision : " In passing' from bright daylight to a dusky place...while the latter may require seven or eight minutes." This observation of Goethe's as to the longer duration of fatigue phenomena in enfeebled persons is...
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Fatigue

Angelo Mosso - Fatigue - 1904 - 334 pages
...them I still saw a luminous spot. Goethe has likewise pointed out the effect of debility upon vision : "In passing from bright daylight to a dusky place...while the latter may require seven or eight minutes." This observation of Goethe's as to the longer duration of fatigue phenomena in enfeebled persons is...
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Fatigue Efficiency

Josephine Clara Goldmark - Fatigue - 1912 - 302 pages
...diminishes in size. (Pages 229-230.) Goethe has likewise pointed out the effect of debility upon vision: "In passing from bright daylight to a dusky place...while the latter may require seven or eight minutes." This observation of Goethe's as to longer duration of fatigue phenomena in enfeebled persons is of...
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