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He consequently links early photography with the Realist project, tying it to an urge for naturalism in both the arts and sciences.
The laurel tree, which Correggio renders with great naturalism, simultaneously evokes notions of fidelity, chastity, and poetic attainment.
He lived in Paris 1910-14 and was influenced by the Expressionistic naturalism of Rodin.
Similarly, according to many defenders of naturalism, philosophy is not discontinuous with science.
The frenzied opposition to Darwinism today is clearly based upon fear that scientific naturalism will undermine religious faith.
Substantive epistemological naturalism is the view that all epistemic facts are natural facts.
Methodological naturalism is nothing more than a description of how science is currently practiced.
As he demonstrates, scientific naturalism has gradually undermined theological explanations of the world.
A closely related feature of Quine's philosophy is a deep naturalism, which was also inherited from Mill.
Most of the chapter consists of criticisms of Johnson's writings on naturalism and the philosophy of science.
But this would require us to take an a priori position in favor of the principle of parsimony in order to preserve methodological naturalism.
Scientific naturalism has thus dislodged theological supernaturalism as the cosmological outlook of the contemporary intellectual world.
The director further subverted the original's scuzzy naturalism by superimposing the images or arranging them in split screens.
An enthusiast for modern naturalism, he had a remarkable gallery of Caravaggesque works.
He has criticized liberal Protestantism, Marxism, Hegelianism, naturalism and deconstructionism.
Both versions feature distinct and believable characters, erring on the side of naturalism.
Still, one can't underestimate the nuance in Coogan's performance, that sense of unstudied naturalism that couldn't have been coached.
Such trade pieces became highly stylized, showing little of the naturalism of precolonial works.
By extending naturalism even to his own mind and soul, the materialist ends up sliding into his own morass of irrationalism and superstition.
This see-saw of naturalism and constructionism has long been recognised by Marxists.
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The seventh lamp, which goes as naturally with idealism as care and patience go with naturalism, is joy, joie de vivre.
Maupassant was the man of his period, and his period was that of naturalism.
Thus the scientific conservatism of Newton has led to the positivistic and agnostic phase of naturalism.
Shakespeare himself ranged from gross naturalism to the quiring of cherubim.
But the prevailing philosophy of that day among the students was naturalism.
The excess of sentimentalism had given rise to the other extreme of naturalism.
Even in subject, as Brunn remarks, this naturalism is apparent.
What he means by naturalism we shall proceed shortly to explain.
Degas was in the habit of calling him the Bouguereau of naturalism.
John was a compound of romanticism, Pietism, realism, and naturalism.
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