Political realism
Realism is a school of International Relations theory. Realism, as described by Jonathan Haslam, professor of history of international relations at the University of Cambridge, "is a spectrum of idea...
Naïve realism (psychology)
Naive realism is the belief that we see reality as it really is (objectively and without bias); that the facts are plain for all to see; that rational people will agree with us; and that those who don...
Philosophical realism
Contemporary philosophical realism is the belief that some aspect of our reality is ontologically independent of our conceptual schemes, perceptions, linguistic practices, beliefs, etc. Realism may be...
Philosophy of mathematics
The philosophy of mathematics is the branch of philosophy that studies the philosophical assumptions, foundations, and implications of mathematics. The aim of the philosophy of mathematics is to provi...
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Historical realism
Historical realism requires the writer’s critical knowledge of the historicist who has a different interpretation of the historical events. Hegel’s dialectical theory affected many thinkers concerned ...
Dirty realism
Dirty realism is a term coined by Bill Buford of Granta magazine to define a North American literary movement. Writers in this sub-category of realism are said to depict the seamier or more mundane as...
New realism (philosophy)
New realism was a philosophy expounded in the early 20th century by a group of six US based scholars, namely Edwin Bissell Holt (Harvard University), Walter Taylor Marvin (Rutgers College), William Pe...
Naturalistic pantheism
Naturalistic pantheism is a phrase referring to a kind of pantheism, and has been used in various ways. It has been used to identify God or divinity with concrete things, determinism, or the substance...
Model-dependent realism
Model-dependent realism is a view of scientific inquiry that focuses on the role of models of phenomena. It claims reality should be interpreted based upon these models, and where several models overl...
Levi Bryant
Levi Bryant, born Paul Reginald Bryant, is Professor of Philosophy at Collin College in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. He is a member of the object-oriented philosophy movement and coined t...
School of Posillipo
The School of Posillipo refers to a loose group of landscape painters, based in the waterfront Posillipo neighborhood of Naples, Italy. While some among them became academicians, it was not a formal s...
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Ray Brassier
Ray Brassier (/ˈbræsiər/; born 1965) is a member of the philosophy faculty at the American University of Beirut, Lebanon, known for his work in philosophical realism. He was formerly Research Fellow a...
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Cornell realism
Cornell realism is a view in meta-ethics, associated with the work of Richard Boyd, Nicholas Sturgeon, and David Brink, who took his Ph.D. at Cornell University but never taught there. There is no rec...
Australian realism
Australian realism, also called Australian materialism, is a school of philosophy that flourished in the first half of the 20th century in several universities in Australia including the Australian Na...
Anti-realism
In analytic philosophy, the term anti-realism describes any position involving either the denial of an objective reality or the denial that verification-transcendent statements are either true or fals...
Mitchell Fields
Mitchell Fields (September 28, 1901 – October 6, 1966) was a Romanian-born Jewish-American sculptor. He is known for his life-size sculptures, as well as for his portrait busts. Fields's works belong ...
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Entity realism
Entity realism, also called referential realism, is a philosophical position within the debate about scientific realism. Whereas traditional scientific realism argues that our best scientific theories...
Natural Ontological Attitude
"The Natural Ontological Attitude" (1984) is the name of a paper published by philosopher Arthur Fine in which he coins the term "natural ontological attitude" (NOA). It deals with the philosophy of s...
Philosophy of color
In philosophy, there are several theories of color. Color realism holds that colors are physical properties that objects actually possess. Color fictionalism is an error theory that denies this.
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Verisimilitude
Verisimilitude is a philosophical concept that distinguishes between the truth and the falsity of assertions and hypotheses. The problem of verisimilitude is the problem of articulating what it takes ...
Wolfgang Smith
Wolfgang Smith (born 1930) is a mathematician, physicist, philosopher of science, metaphysician, Roman Catholic and member of the Traditionalist School. He has written extensively in the field of diff...
Calvin Maglinger
Calvin Maglinger (December 5, 1924 – January 20, 2010) was an American fine-art painter.
Born in Owensboro, Kentucky, Maglinger was an American artist who specialized in historical, nature-based p...
Principle of locality
In physics, the principle of locality states that an object is only directly influenced by its immediate surroundings. A physical theory is said to be a local theory if it is consistent with the prin...
Philosophy and Real Politics
Philosophy and Real Politics is a 2008 book by British philosopher and scholar Raymond Geuss whose main subject is the relationship between politics and human needs. The book is an expansion of a lect...
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Metarealism
Metarealism is a direction in Russian poetry and art that was born in the 1970s to the 1980s. The term was first used by Mikhail Epshtein, who coined it in 1981 and made it public in the Soviet magazi...
Classical realism (international relations)
Classical Realism is a theory of International Relations established in the post-World War II era that seeks to explain international politics as a result of human nature. The theory is associated wit...