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For the psychological theory called "naïve realism", see naïve realism (psychology)
Naïve realism argues we perceive the world directly
In philosophy of mind, naïve realism, also known as direct realism or common sense realism, is the idea that the senses provide us with direct awareness of objects as they really are. Objects obey the laws of physics and retain all their properties whether or not there is anyone to observe them. They are composed of matter, occupy space and have properties, such as size, shape, texture, smell, taste and colour, that are usually perceived correctly. . .
. . . Realism in physics refers to the fact that any physical system must have definite properties whether measured/observed or not. Physics up to the 19th century was always implicitly and sometimes explicitly taken to be based on philosophical realism.
Scientific realism in classical physics has remained compatible with the naïve realism of everyday thinking on the whole but there is no known, consistent way to visualize the world underlying quantum theory in terms of ideas of the everyday world. "The general conclusion is that in quantum theory naïve realism, although necessary at the level of observations, fails at the microscopic level.". . .
But I am wasting my time trying to penetrate your screen of self hypnotic word magic. You are not going to delve any deeper than your version of naive realism and will cvontinue to ignore the fact that yours is merely one ad hoc variant amongst many.
Definitely a very naive realist, if you think 'common sense' has anything to do with QM.
EVERY THOUGHT - Reshapes Reality 'ALL' Reality
Smile Definitely a very naive realist, if you think 'common sense' has anything to do with QM.
Dream on !