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- noun Inability to perceive or distinguish certain colors, especially red-green
color blindness. It has various forms and degrees.
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"Daltonism," does not see things through a medium charged with the national colour, and Miss Gardiner is a true type of downright landlordism such as would not be complained of in England, but in
In fact, colour blindness was known, for a considerable time during the last century, as 'Daltonism', since it was through the publication of Dalton's self-observations that for the first time general attention was drawn to this phenomenon.
For example the atomic structure of matter the central organizing theory of the basic science chemistry is “laced with Daltonism”-to paraphrase Mr. Buckingham.
Daltonism, not to enjoy the theatre; not to enjoy it, at least in the reality, when there or just after coming away.
Like Paul Gauguin, he saw many countries, and his eyes were trained to form, though not colour -- he suffered from Daltonism -- for when he began to paint he discovered he was totally colour-blind.
We don’t talk about “Daltonism” or “Salkism” or “Einsteinism” or “Pasteurism”.