Noun(1) (philosophy(2) an artistic movement in 19th century France; artists and writers strove for detailed realistic and factual description
(1) He lived in Paris 1910-14 and was influenced by the Expressionistic naturalism of Rodin.(2) The painterly naturalism that we see in these early genre scenes was indeed motivated by a vision of nature - that is, by a vision of human nature conceived in terms both biological and social.(3) He riles theistic evolutionists, because he exposes their surrender to Darwinian naturalism .(4) One objection against it is one directed against all forms of ethical naturalism : namely that the biological origins of a sentiment have no obvious bearing on its ethical value.(5) At first sight, the painting seems a piece of outright naturalism but detail indicates all is not what it seems.(6) The play calls on the actors to explore different acting styles in scenes that range from kitchen-sink naturalism to loopy surrealism.(7) Certainly social realism, naturalism and similar conceptions can and have produced great art and literature.(8) Nord apparently does not understand that justification for methodological naturalism is purely pragmatic.(9) A closely related feature of Quine's philosophy is a deep naturalism , which was also inherited from Mill.(10) I had always been opposed to naturalism as an explanation of human existence.(11) Most atheists and other advocates of philosophical naturalism also believe in materialism, the idea that everything that actually exists is material or physical.(12) Most of the chapter consists of criticisms of Johnson's writings on naturalism and the philosophy of science.(13) First, he presents atheism as a form of naturalism - the belief that the natural world is the only world there is.(14) Art nouveau naturalism tends to he expressive.(15) In other words, materialistic naturalism says that there is nothing more to me outside of my physical body.(16) Evolutionary theory is no more tied to metaphysical naturalism or atheism than is meteorology or medical science.
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