His conception of life is anti-idealist almost to pessimism, and he has no fancy.
Since you too are an anti-idealist, I wish very much you would try your critical teeth upon it.
It seems even incredible, that any Idealist in any age could forget himself so far as to run his head against a post, merely because he found in his system, that no external world does exist, and that therefore nothing could be without to hurt him. [F.A. Nitsch, "A General and Introductory View of Professor Kant's Principles," 1796]Earlier still, "one who holds doctrines of philosophical idealism" (1701).