The photographer was a man of whims and idealisms; his wife had a strong vein of worldly ambition.
Let us beware how we extinguish the feeblest of youth's idealisms.
Losing sight of his idealisms, nineteenth-century man evolved a thoroughly materialistic philosophy.
This difference is paralleled by the nature of the idealisms to which the two proofs are opposed and which they profess to refute.
These idealisms have recognized the genuineness of connexions and the impotency of "feeling."
Once more, Spinoza's solution is typical, and its form is that of all idealisms as well.
Indeed, his philosophy is generally classed amongst the idealisms.
Will the eternal silence make mock of his dreams and his idealisms, laugh coldly at 'the splendid purpose in his eyes'?
Those who heard him felt how superior his position was, both in rigour and in force, to the prevailing inversions and idealisms.
Like other idealisms, patriotism varies from a noble devotion to a moral lunacy.
An approach to philosophy that regards mind, spirit, or ideas as the most fundamental kinds of reality, or at least as governing our experience of the ordinary objects in the world. Idealism is opposed to materialism, naturalism, and realism. Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel was an idealist; so was Immanuel Kant.