- Nicholas Lukowiak
- Belleville, NJ
- United States
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Idealist-realist vs Realist-idealist
(1) Idealist practice envisioning things in an ideal form, or in simpler term aiming for perfection. (2) The idealist sees events as the result of grand strategies and grand movements
(1) Realist see things in literal truth and pragmatism, or more grounded on reality.(2) The realist sees events as the result of local, lower-level tactical decisions.
Questions to consider:
Which is more important in today's world?
Do we need a balance of both in societies or in individuals?
Which is more important for education?
+ ...a balance?
What jobs/careers involve being either one or a combination of both?
Which effects the world the most (historically, presently, and futuristically)?
Realist-Idealist = Idealist-Realist?
+ Same thing?
+ Completely different?
+ Where do they differ or are similar?
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