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idealism
as in:  philosophical idealism


In his Critique of Pure Reason, Kant distinguished his transcendental idealism from Descartes’s Sceptical Idealism and Berkeley’s Dogmatic Idealism.
  the philosophical theory that there is no reality outside of ideas
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  • In his Critique of Pure Reason, Kant distinguished his transcendental idealism from Descartes’s Sceptical Idealism and Berkeley’s Dogmatic Idealism.
  • Idealism dominated 19th-century Western philosophical thought.
  • We can begin to state the difference between realism and idealism in terms of this opposition of contents and objects.
    Russell, Bertrand  --  The Analysis of Mind
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Associated words [difficulty]:   idealism [3] , idealize [5]
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