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Thanks to the support of the PSEG Foundation, New Jersey and Connecticut nonprofits are going to benefit from connecting to many more potential employees and interns," said Ami Dar, Executive Director of Idealist.
Idealist social and political theory is the subject of the next two papers.
Characters, mostly male, become case studies in idealist culpability and are brought to court for summary judgment.
99): Idealist Grace bets cynical Betty that she can't honeytrap her perfect husband Johnny.
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Having shown that Panofsky writes under the sign of Hegel, Moxey devotes much of chapters 3 and 4 to the positivistic ideals interwoven with his idealist philosophy of history.
This notion of "Islam" as an irreducible entity that can be precisely defined and taken to be the agent of all change in Muslim societies is basically an idealist orientalist notion that has no historical validity either in representing historical reality or in explaining history.
I know I am a dreamer, an idealist; but the world needs idealists to create the new discoveries of tomorrow.
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RED SMITH, columnist extraordinaire: "Knute Rockne was the most interesting idealist I ever knew.
an idealist of the deepest [kind], and so possessed of his convictions that he was willing to harness evil to the chariot of good.
When people have a very strong preference for idealist thinking, they may screen out hard facts; for example, they may pay little attention to cost constraints, set goals unrealistically high, or plan programs too broadly in order to meet everyone's needs.