Circles, Myth and Imagination
Post naivety or post naive realism acknowledges the full implications of the most profound statement of modern neuroscience: that the world we experience is a construct created by the principle of the brain, the same principle that creates our experience of self. Circles, Myth and Imagination is a series of ten connected short essays in post-naive realism, explored through ancient myth, musical science, quantum physics, brain science, the renaissance musician and philosopher Marsilio Ficino, and William Blake.
Post naivety, also called post naive realism, or post naive materialism (PNM) refers to what comes after "naivety", as a phase in human understanding. "Naivety" - expressed in modern terms - refers to the belief that the material world itself, as we encounter it is other than a construct of brain function.