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- Title: Truth and Knowledge: iii. Epistemology Since Kant
- naive identification of the perceptual picture with the
- To the physical and physiological arguments against so-called “naive
- things, as ordinary naive consciousness does, and then investigating
- assumption made by naive consciousness? After all, the aim was just to
- the world as certain and beyond doubt, is usually called naive
- premises as the naive realism which it aims to refute. Transcendental
- idealism is justified if naive realism is proved incorrect, but its
- above argument for the refuting of naive realism, and investigate
- precisely where its weakness lies. After all, naive realism is the
- philosophical approach. This is its weakness. While naive realism
- conclusions. In contrast to naive realism, this view could be called
- naive rationalism. To justify this term, a brief comment on the
- concept of “naive” is necessary here.
- Ueber den Begriff des naiven Realismus
- (Concerning the Concept of naive Realism). He says:
- “The concept 'naive' designates the zero point in the scale of
- reflection about one's own relation to what one is doing. A naive
- them. One can be equally naive in one's life of feeling and will, as
- furthermore, one may express this inner life in a naive manner rather
- To be naive means not to be influenced, or at least not consciously
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