Thesaurus / idealism
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A little bit of idealism will go a long way in softening the ground on a daunting issue.
Remember the idealism and love of country that brought you to service.
But the foundation for this kind of idealism we have already destroyed in the transcendental aesthetic.
No book on this subject has reached a higher plane of idealism.
The sense of solidarity and the idealism which the German has found in his military discipline we must express in some other way.
Less fallible than Idealism, but less practically potent, from its ignorance of the human heart.
ZANONIEDWARD BULWER LYTTON
Years ago, I recall your surrounding a certain young man with an aureole of idealism.
A WOMAN OF THE WORLDELLA WHEELER WILCOX
It is Spenser's idealism, his love of beauty, and his exquisite melody which have caused him to be known as "the poets' poet."
ENGLISH LITERATUREWILLIAM J. LONG
Thus, in every case do the skeptical views and empty negations of idealism lead to a contradictory nothing.
He is talented, but not in any uncommon degree, and has no idealism beyond that which is begotten by the inexperience of youth.

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