Realism


Realism is that way in which reality is presented as it is. That is to say, it is when the holder of this position does not exaggerate or minimize a situation, but expresses or recounts it as it is or as it happened without embellishments or nuances. This is a word that contains endless concepts depending on the branch in which it is presented, for example: In the field of art, realism is known as the aesthetic structure that seeks to emerge a faithful imitation of nature. There are also pictorial realisms (which captures reality in pictures) and literary realism (which the texts try to provide a testimony about a certain time).

Realism has had expressions in the most diverse activities of the human being, in the arts as previously mentioned, literature, philosophy or law. This is also used in politics as it refers to the defense of the monarchy and royal power as a system for the administration of the state; Thus, realists are those who are favorable to the establishment, conservation or restoration of monarchical power.

To maintain realism, the individual or person must maintain an objective posture without being influenced by the distorting feelings or thoughts of what is happening. You must see things as they really are. And not letting yourself be carried away by trickery or manipulation, and even the deception itself of opening your eyes and seeing a reality that you do not accept. In this topic, the practical way of acting and thinking is of the utmost importance: since the way of thinking and acting of a person is called realism. There are individuals who, due to their personality and character, are practical, and solve the situations that arise in a concrete way. While others, on the contrary, act with great hesitation, and must consult with someone before making decisions because they are not convinced of doing it well.