Description: Naïve physics or folk physics is the untrained human perception of basic physical phenomena. In the field of artificial intelligence the study of naïve physics is a part of the effort to formalize the common knowledge of human beings. Naïve physics can also be defined as an intuitive understanding all humans have about objects in the physical world. (Wikipedia)
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[Article] Francesco Crapanzano (2018) “Strange Trajectories”: Naive Physics, Epistemology and History of Science. Transversal: International Journal for the Historiography of Science (pp. 49-65).