Searle mentions a view called Naive Realism. Naive Realism is an answer to the problem of the relationships of our minds to the external world such as cups and trees and dogs. Explain what such a view claims about our knowledge of objects around us. Next, explain one of the objections to naive realism: either (1) The Argument from Illusion or (2)The Argument from Science. Make sure to offer examples.
The quizzes consists solely of short answers (minimum of two paragraphs) to the questions regarding the readings. The answers should be your own interpretation of the reading assignment, and not verbatim quotes from the assignment. However, if you are to use quotes or paraphrase minimalistically, all of your quotations or paraphrasing need to be properly footnoted. Also, the answers must be yours: you are not allowed to use any secondary sources for your answers. Any such use will result in no credit for the assignment.