Adjective(1) representing what is real; not abstract or ideal
(1) There is a distinct lack of cinematic gloss, with a mostly hand-held camera capturing scenes in a raw, naturalistic fashion that actually complements the subject matter perfectly.(2) This draws on naturalistic modes of thinking in Indian intellectual traditions that are opposed to the enchanted and mystical thinking that finds its way into ├ö├ç├┐Vedic Science├ö├ç├û.(3) And evolution is the naturalistic theory by which animal life has evolved into Homo sapiens.(4) He returned to Prague in 1920 and in his later work developed a more naturalistic style based on folk art.(5) ├ö├ç├┐Methodological naturalism├ö├ç├û refers to the idea that as a practical matter science must restrict itself to naturalistic theories.(6) Does the digital camera evoke more ├ö├ç├┐realistic├ö├ç├û or naturalistic performances from actors, who are accustomed to home video cameras in private life?(7) In the past, many Yoruba treated the naturalistic representation of a living person with ambivalence for two main reasons.(8) It is also a learning process for the nearby Academy, which has just a few years to work out how to cope with the huge implications of dealing with a new cohort of pupils who have been learning a language in a naturalistic way for seven years.(9) New York's Bronx Zoo, one of the greatest and a pioneer of naturalistic wildlife habitats in zoo-keeping, helped save the bison early last century.(10) Park's naturalistic depiction of brutal violence and sadistic torture often make for uncomfortable viewing.(11) The earnestly intense and naturalistic performances, fine for Ibsen, fit poorly here and consequently come off as either dangerously self-indulgent or oddly casual.(12) His early paintings are tenebrist and naturalistic .(13) Having begun as a poet he turned to prose and resolved to follow Zola's naturalistic experiments.(14) Here Taylor means that science restricts itself to naturalistic theories, and does not invoke the supernatural.(15) Thus, the review consistently refers to ├ö├ç├┐naturalistic evolution├ö├ç├û, as if other prominent scientific theories are not also naturalistic .(16) Keep the documentary element (the interviews) straightforward and make the dramatic elements feel as real as possible, filming in a naturalistic style with good actors and no apologies.
1. realistic ::
2. real-life ::
3. true-to-life ::
4. lifelike ::
5. graphic ::
7. faithful ::
8. photographic ::
1. unnatural ::
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