Answers to Quora Questions by Yair Davidiy (10 January 2018, 23 Tevet, 5778)
If a black body absorbs all wavelengths of visible spectrum, how can we see an object with black color?
Black is not considered a color but an absence of color. If you see a black object it means you are seeing something with no color. Usually it will be partially black or almost black meaning it has some color but not much. It is as if you are seeing nothing from the point of view of colors. That answers the question according to the framework in which you formulated it.