A Rogerian Argument Recently I had an argument with my sister about how we are able to see the color of objects. My argument was that we see color because the sun??™s light reflects off the molecules on an object. What we see, therefore, is the light that is radiated off an object, and not the color itself. However, my sister had a different opinion. She countered that we do not see color because of the sun??™s light, but because of what is in the atmosphere

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