naive realism
A theory of perception which holds that, for normal people behaving normally, if their senses detect a property in a thing then that property is in fact in the thing — and not just in their mind.

For example, if the pickle tastes sour to the average person, the sourness is in the pickle and not solely in the mind of the person tasting the pickle.
Categories: epistemology



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