1) It offers a sophisticated view of the social construction of reality that steers between the naive realism
found in many varieties of environmental thought and an overly linguistically oriented social constructivism found in others.
Kiddo, who was born in the southern village of Bethanien, is known for his naive realism
Despite the fact that disjunctivists traditionally defend naive realism
to better account for the phenomenology of perception, they have to face numerous phenomenological objections.
One way of contrasting these styles of social understanding with one another and with the versions of naive realism
to be found in psychiatry and psychology is to examine their characteristics as bodies of knowledge (in relation to ontology, epistemology, methodology and even political or ethical values).
What Galileo does not intend is a reference to a naive realism
where things simply are the way they appear to us.
Being qua Being asserts the other as real: this is so-called naive realism
The resulting problem has then always been to explain how we are justified in taking for granted, as we instinctively do in the naive realism
of common sense, that these inner mental states or entities represent reliably a correlative real world outside our consciousness.
Baselitz has asserted that he is attempting to reconcile German naive realism
, rooted in raw sociohistorical experience, and American Abstract Expressionism, understood as tending toward purity (whatever its evocative power).
Several forms of philosophical realism exist, including scholastic realism, transcendental realism, scientific realism, critical realism, and naive realism
This study based on theories like procedural justice theory, attribution theory, naive realism
cognitive theory, and previous studies on mediation strategies to form hypotheses for future research.
In the beginning, his perception of the world is a naive realism
in which "mountains are mountains, waters are waters.
Charles Johnson's volume of short stories The Sorcerer's Apprentice opposes the artist's imaginative world to a naive realism
that reduces all objects to their sheer materialistic value.