“Idealism” here refers to the fact that the intelligibility of the mundane (presupposed by all positive inquiry) can be grasped only by recourse to the intentional structure of conscious experience. […]
This text was first published in english in the american journal New Essays (Vol VI No 2 Fall 1942). [via: http://www.geocities.com/~johngray/panmat01.htm%5D I The evolution of Marxism to its present stage […]
Main article: Objective idealism Objective idealism asserts that the reality of experiencing combines and transcends the realities of the object experienced and of the mind of the observer.[Dictionary definition: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/objective+idealism%5D […]
Transcendental idealism Main article: Transcendental idealism Transcendental idealism, founded by Immanuel Kant in the eighteenth century, maintains that the mind shapes the world we perceive into the form of space-and-time. […]
Subjective idealism Main article: Subjective Idealism Subjective Idealism (immaterialism or phenomenalism) describes a relationship between experience and the world in which objects are no more than COLLECTIONS or “bundles” of […]
With the neoplatonist Plotinus, wrote Nathaniel Alfred Boll; “there even appears, probably for the first time in Western philosophy, idealism that had long been current in the East even at […]
Plato was therefore a metaphysical and epistemological dualist, an outlook that modern idealism has striven to avoid:[http://www.philosophos.com/knowledge_base/archives_12/philosophy_questions_12.html] Plato’s thought cannot therefore be counted as idealist in the modern sense.