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13 Indeed, Conee acknowledges that Lewis's version of AH gets Martha right because Martha does not remember how to see red. So This Is What It's Like 35 while intently staring at a red tomato. When we attribute knowledge of what it's like to see tomato red to ordinary people who are staring at a red tomato, we assume that they can activate a panoply of imaginative abilities. For example, seeing a red tomato, I can compare its hue to other colors that I can visualize or remember; I can imagine that the redness of the tomato occupies a larger or smaller portion of my visual ﬁeld than it actually does; and I can imagine variations on the tomato's redness.
The second path is a throwaway, not worth discussing. What is worth discussing is a third route to this summit: not a pseudomiracle but an ascent by good hard work: Mary puts all her scientiﬁc knowledge of color to use and ﬁgures out exactly what it is like to see red (and green and blue) and hence is not the least bit surprised when she sees her ﬁrst rose. This third path is hard to imagine, certainly, and as we have just seen, its difﬁculty is complicated by the threat of a retreat into circularity.
A Study of Husserl's Formal and Transcendental Logic by Suzanne Bachelard