What color does a person who goes blind see?
They may "see" almost anything, or nothing. Firstly, the majority of people registered, officially, blind have some trace of vision. This may be only the ability to tell day from night, or excellent vision in a small patch of the visual field. Additionally people with reduced or no vision may perceive distinct formed illusions: people, buildings, vehicles... search for "Charles Bonnet syndrome" Individuals with cortical blindness may retain the ability to navigate through, for example, a cluttered room without hitting objects, though they could not "see" or name any of them.
If you are asking whether a blind person can see color in their minds and recognize it like we do as the color of grass green and other things, it depends on when that person went blind. If they were born blind or went blind very early on before they develop the understanding of color then no. If later then yes. The question clearly asks "Can a blind person determine color? Consider that refracted light…
== == A person who is truly blind cannot see color. Therefore, it would mean absolutely nothing. While I myself am not blind, I believe the best way to describe a color to a blind person would be through touch, taste, or smell. For example, I think that the color purple would taste and smell like grape juice.
Some people can be blind to specific colors but if you are fully colored blind, it's black, gray, and white i believe. I just see the colours differently. There are no colours I cant see as far as I have been made aware of. My uprising gave me an eye test for it and I have trouble distinguishing certain colours but I can see there is a difference.
ALL dogs are color blind. I am afraid to say to the last person, you are wrong. It is a mis-understood fact that dogs are color blind. They just cannot see color as widely as humans. That is the case will all dogs, unless there was some sort of problem that led to this. Pit bulls are no different. == ==