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idealism

noun [U]
 
 
/aɪˈdɪə.lɪ.zəm/
the belief that your ideals can be achieved, often when this does not seem likely to others
理想主義
She never lost her youthful idealism and campaigned for just causes all her life.
她從未喪失過年輕時的理想主義,終生都在為正義事業而奮鬥。
→  Compare realism Opinions, beliefs and points of view
specialized the belief in philosophy that objects in the world are ideas which only exist in the mind of God or people who see them
唯心主義,唯心論,理念論
Philosophy
Translations of “idealism”
in Russian идеализм…
in Turkish idealizm…
in Chinese (Simplified) 理想主义, 唯心主义,唯心论,理念论…
in Polish idealizm…
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