(1) As Jamal Saghir was saying, there's now much more realism about what the private sector can and can't deliver in the developing world.(2) A large number of people said that the real was the measurable, which could be a sign of realism, operationalism, or hermeneutical realism .(3) If the Tories have the courage to take this principled stance and the wit to argue their case coherently, they might well find a resonance in the country, where there is a new, angry mood of realism .(4) The alternative between a theological and an independent theory of ethics is, he holds, the alternative between ethical nominalism and realism .(5) Political realism in essence reduces to the political-ethical principle that might is right.(6) That means the status of strings in string theory in physics can become a philosophical topic by way of discussions of realism and nominalism.(7) modern jurists have tended to underestimate the scope of American legal realism(8) British soaps will stay because of their gritty realism(9) Show entries range in style from realism to the very abstract.(10) Through discussions with the party he became convinced that post-strike realism would make nationalists accept a deal confined to Northern Ireland.(11) Many contemporary philosophers see the ultimate triumph of atomism as a victory for realism over positivism.(12) Each stroke he made with the brush was incredibly painstaking, because he had to match it up precisely in order to give it a certain amount of realism .(13) These discoveries about the earliest form of genre painting in Italy open up the topic of realism in the seicento to further scrutiny.(14) Abelard defends his thesis that universals are nothing but words by arguing that ontological realism about universals is incoherent.(15) A certain notion of realism began not only to prescribe what could now happen, but to airbrush out what had actually happened.(16) Mr Rogers hopes this development may bring a greater sense of realism to a situation which ├ö├ç├┐has been as cracked as a dropping pot for at least a decade now├ö├ç├û.