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In this, her own field of moral judgment, woman is idealistic and uncompromising.
In a fourth a system of idealistic metaphysics is being excogitated; in a fifth the impossibility of metaphysics is being shown.
PRAGMATISMWILLIAM JAMES
All the conditions of life are measured by money, and what brings no money is nonsense, unpractical, idealistic bosh.
Midway between trade unionism and the simon-pure, idealistic reform philosophies stood producers' and consumers' cooperation.
But the programme they had proposed was idealistic, not practical.
THE FIGHT FOR THE REPUBLIC IN CHINABERTRAM LENOX PUTNAM WEALE
According to our democratic conception we have adopted the former or idealistic method.
When he was in an idealistic mood she was warmly responsive.
But the idealistic influence is not limited to the dreamers' conception of a new State.
THE FRONTIER IN AMERICAN HISTORYFREDERICK JACKSON TURNER
They gave, suffered and sacrificed with a keen, idealistic desire to "make the world safe for democracy."
THE AMERICAN EMPIRESCOTT NEARING
Otherwise, they tend to become too idealistic and abstract for common comprehension.
THE ART OF LOGICAL THINKINGWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON

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