To put the matter crudely, administrative law scholars can be grouped loosely into two camps, groups that I have elsewhere labeled "idealists
" and "realists." These contending factions have contrasting ideologies of government organization, different understandings of the tasks of institutional design and administrative law reform, and divergent intellectual commitments concerning styles of explanation--indeed, as a matter of positive theory, different understandings of what it is that needs explaining.
Who are all these commentators, all the legions of philosophers who fall into the camp of "idealist
interpreters of Kant"?
If First Amendment Idealists
prevail, reasonable limits on campaign spending designed to allow ordinary people to play a role in American democracy will have a real chance to succeed.
7)--is an important corrective of the common caricature of The Idealists
as well-fed oracles honing their platitudes in splendid isolation.
likewise accepts the doubt that dreams cast upon externality, but does not accept the implication of the non-veridicality of cognition.
This section has shown the undercurrent of tension between materialist and idealist
approaches across a broad range of issues in organizational research.
[W]hat ails us might be precisely our inability to live as idealists
." To address this dissatisfaction and despair, Thakkar turns to Plato's Republic, which offers, on his reading, an ideal theory critical for treating the ills of contemporary life.
Finally, left realists critique the left idealist
assertion that crime will cease to exist only after the advent of socialism, and accordingly, that idealists
dismiss any proposed solution to alleviate crime that is not rooted in broad structural change.
Len Gougeon's "Pragmatic Idealist
in Action, 1850-1865" fleshes out this change.
She is a young idealist
who do not yet understand the complexities of life," she said.
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Philosophers and theologians retrieve ideas and arguments from the most significant modern exponents of idealism, especially George Berkeley (1685-1753) and Jonathan Edwards (1403-58) and consider the explanatory power an idealist
ontology has for a variety of issues in contemporary Christian theology.