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Modern day
  proponents of
naturalism include
 Richard Carrier,
Keith Parsons and
 Michael Martin.
A system of thought that
subordinates all spiritual
     and supernatural
explanations of the world
 and holds that ‘Science’ is
the sole basis of what can
    be known. Matter is
 supreme and the ‚MIND IS
         MATTER‛.
Naturalism is an artistic
   movement advocating
    realistic description:
    in art or literature, a
    movement or school
advocating factual or realistic
      description of life,
 including its less pleasant
           aspects.
We are born weak, we
    need strength;
helpless, we need aid;
       foolish,
 we need reason. All
    that we lack at
As a philosophy of life
 (perhaps the oldest one)
it maintains that ‘nature’ is
  the only reality worthy of
 the serious consideration
    of man, and that man
     himself is the apex
        of this reality.
Methods/Styles of Teaching

       Old Methods                   New Methods

 One of the                          Seldom activity
  Subjects                            Commercial

 Survival                            Discussion
 More on Actual                      Generalization &

 Appreciation of                        Application
  Literature and                      Analysis then
  Art                                    Evaluation
 Explanations
            Report by: Ma. Cristina D. Panganoran
Teacher

        Advantages                   Disadvantages

 Critical thinking –              Naturalistic

  it involves the                     Evolution is low –
  mind the seeking                    Reliability of the
  of knowledge.                       cognitive faculties
                                      are weak
 Empirical
                                   Self-defeating -
  Observation –
                                      undercuts the
  Explanation thru
                                      basis for rational
  data analysis by: Ma. Cristina D. Panganoran
              Report                  thinking
Students

    Advantages                                Disadvantages


 Reliable                          Confusion w/
                                     Atheism – Do
  observation                        philosophers
 Survival                           acknowledge
                                     God?
  Skills
                                    No longer
 Scientific                         necessary –
  Knowledge                          Technology
           Report by: Ma. Cristina D. Panganoran
Naturalism, presentation by cristina panganoran

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Naturalism, presentation by cristina panganoran

  • 1.
  • 2.
  • 3. Modern day proponents of naturalism include Richard Carrier, Keith Parsons and Michael Martin.
  • 4.
  • 5.
  • 6.
  • 7.
  • 8.
  • 9.
  • 10. A system of thought that subordinates all spiritual and supernatural explanations of the world and holds that ‘Science’ is the sole basis of what can be known. Matter is supreme and the ‚MIND IS MATTER‛.
  • 11. Naturalism is an artistic movement advocating realistic description: in art or literature, a movement or school advocating factual or realistic description of life, including its less pleasant aspects.
  • 12. We are born weak, we need strength; helpless, we need aid; foolish, we need reason. All that we lack at
  • 13. As a philosophy of life (perhaps the oldest one) it maintains that ‘nature’ is the only reality worthy of the serious consideration of man, and that man himself is the apex of this reality.
  • 14. Methods/Styles of Teaching Old Methods New Methods  One of the  Seldom activity Subjects  Commercial  Survival  Discussion  More on Actual  Generalization &  Appreciation of Application Literature and  Analysis then Art Evaluation  Explanations Report by: Ma. Cristina D. Panganoran
  • 15.
  • 16.
  • 17. Teacher Advantages Disadvantages  Critical thinking –  Naturalistic it involves the Evolution is low – mind the seeking Reliability of the of knowledge. cognitive faculties are weak  Empirical  Self-defeating - Observation – undercuts the Explanation thru basis for rational data analysis by: Ma. Cristina D. Panganoran Report thinking
  • 18. Students Advantages Disadvantages  Reliable  Confusion w/ Atheism – Do observation philosophers  Survival acknowledge God? Skills  No longer  Scientific necessary – Knowledge Technology Report by: Ma. Cristina D. Panganoran