I used [.line.] as it seems the quote function is screwing up in this thread.
Light is what allows your eye to perceive colors. If there is an absence of light, then there is an absence of color. We call that "black". In other words, there is no wavelength that corresponds to the color "black".
I disagree dawn, black in its self is a colour,
This is the definition of "black"
Of the very darkest color
; the opposite of white; colored
like coal, due to the absence of or complete absorption of light.
Noun: Black color
Mine was an argument of physics.
In the common dictionary there are 14 main entries for the world "Black". One of the definitions is: total darkness; total absence of light. Which holds true to my previous argument.
We could sit here and argue that we can (in a sense) "see" black as a color, but that will never change the fact that since it is the absence of light, it also the absence of color.
I answered your question with fact rather than a philosophical opinion, though I could do both if you like.
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