Realism, Realistic, or Realists may refer to: Ethnographic realism, a writing style
that narrates the author's anthropological observations as if they were first-hand ...
the quality of a person who understands what is real and possible in a particular
situation and is able to deal with problems in an effective and practical way.
In philosophy, realism is the belief that reality lies outside of the human mind; it is
the focus on things that can be observed as well as things that exist ...
Realism, in philosophy, the viewpoint which accords to things which are known
or perceived an existence or nature which is independent of whether anyone is ...
Realism definition, interest in or concern for the actual or real, as distinguished
from the abstract, speculative, etc. See more.
Definition of realism: Practical or pragmatic (as opposed to idealistic or visionary)
orientation that relies on 'hard facts,' and considers things as they are and not ...
"realism". More and more philosophers are talking about realism these days; but
very little is said about what realism is. This paper will not answer that very large
approximation "realism." But here another difficulty arises, insofar as some of
them lead in opposite directions. For example, the trend of modern thought
Realism, at it simplest and most general, is the view that entities of a certain type
have an objective reality, a reality that is completely ontologically independent ...
Schwandt adds that “scientific realism is the view that theories refer to real
features of the world. 'Reality' here refers to whatever it is in the universe (i.e.,