idealist


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a person inclined to be imaginative or idealistic but impractical

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someone guided more by ideals than by practical considerations

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Reportedly, Devlet Bahceli will visit several German officials on Friday and attend the 26th ordinary general assembly of the Federation of Turkic Democratic Idealist Associations in Oberhausen on Saturday.
As a result of this approach, consideration of the relationship between Christianity and the idealist philosophy that Ward lays out is rather minimalist, touching upon some matters at the end of the text but otherwise remaining agnostic.
Podoksik argues that Oakeshott became influenced by Neo-Kantianism in the 1920s, which led him to abandon the idealist notion of the spiritual unity of experience.
The reader is able to reflect on what these leaders of thought took to be important and is able without much prodding to see just how far removed are contemporary philosophical concerns from much that arrested the attention of the idealists.
My stock with such idealists has been low thanks to the doomed pounds 14bn Defence Technical College at St Athan, which this newspaper supported.
It is perhaps more useful to think in terms of Jeffersonian, Jacksonian, Hamiltonian, or Wilsonian foreign policies, than the realist versus idealist model.
Her depiction of the idealist stranglehold on artistic production from the time of the Enlightenment to its discrediting in the later nineteenth century makes for engrossing, at times, revelatory reading.
It has been said that good leaders are ones who are pragmatic and realistic in design and approach, while keeping within sight and talking the language of the visionary or idealist.
American idealist Robert Jordan joins a mountain guerrilla band.
The Cologne trainer saddles both Idealist, a dual winner at this level but absent since May and the consistent Madresal, who has been fourth and second in the last two renewals of this event.
Knowledgeably covering a great array intriguing subjects, God's Revolution introduces the reader to the inspiring love of Christ, a strong Catholic identity, and a profoundly idealist Christian vision.
Bill Nicholson's artistic side that won the Double in 1961, idealist and captain Danny Blanchflower stating, 'Football's not about results and winning, it's about glory'.
Prouve was a rationalist and an idealist, determined to use his engineering skills to solve problems impeding the smooth management of the French colonies.
Strathairn's Murrow is a man willing to make compromises, signing loyalty oaths and interviewing Liberace and Mickey Rooney, but also enough of an idealist to inspire his colleagues and to believe his industry and nation are capable of more than Milton Berle or Joe McCarthy.