Vision is nothing more than an interpretation of light. When you get down into the nitty gritty of it, even white & black are, in some sense, fake. There's nothing inherently "white" about large collections of photons or "black" about meager collections. Color is even more fake. There's somewhat of a connection between particular wavelengths of light (or photon probability distribution curves, if you prefer the particle-oriented view) and perceived colors, but color itself is not a property of light. Nor of objects...we don't see objects, only light emitted by objects. (There's no such thing as reflection either, but that's getting quite off-topic.) White, black, shades of grey & colors exist only between our ears.
So I guess fake aliasing "detail" just doesn't bother me much. If I don't know it's there, why should I care? Now when it has larger-scale effect, as in moire, then I prefer to minimize or even get rid of it. But that's just me insisting that photos conform to the way I expect them to look.