Of all of our senses, we rely on vision the most, so it is easy to succumb to naive realism
and think that a brain scan is an actual picture of a brain.
For they took naive realism
about perceptual experience to be incompatible with Kant's claims about the way the understanding is necessarily involved in perceptual consciousness.
Philosophically, Churchland tends toward reductionism and naive realism
The three accounts are naive realism
, egocentrism, and cognitive-informational processing.
Constructive realism seems to me as a sophisticated approach as it avoids both naive realism
and naive constructivism.
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
In a provocative essay, he argues that in order to guard against naive realism
and moral righteousness, social justice counselors must more fully articulate their theoretical approach and its implications for therapeutic practice.
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).
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, Castoriadis (C), Plato, Kant (I), Aristotle, Sartre (J-P), Barthes (R), Ricoeur (P).
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.