naive realism

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The philosophical doctrine that perception of a physical object is direct awareness of the object itself rather than of a representation (1) of it, a view that is seriously challenged and in the opinion of many philosophers refuted by perceptual illusions in general and visual illusions in particular.

Subjects: Philosophy — Psychology.

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