At first blush, it seems like a rare self-abnegating and idealistic move by a corporate giant.
Americans have always had an idealistic streak, reflected both in the instruction in schools and in political rhetoric.
If the words are too idealistic, they will seem hollow or saccharine.
An eclectic mix of idealistic and opportunistic politicians and NGOs mobilized people against land acquisitions.
idealistic college kids often dream of becoming chefs or farmers, instead of doctors and lawyers.
No; he had set his foot upon the fleshpots; his idealistic nature had overcome the world.
For the most part they were idealistic philosophers, but their influence was far-reaching in time.
He had not behind him, as we have, a long line of idealistic thinkers to guide him.
It is this country that is dangerous, with her idealistic conception of legality.
It was tinctured with idealistic, mystic, and yet speculative and scientific colours.