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Idealists describes a category of philosophers including Kant, Hegel, and Heidegger. Idealists believed that the world of empirical sense was but part of the truth. Mind or spirit in some way defined and constituted reality. The Idealists stressed the subjective aspect of human life, the importance of humans as creators of their world, not just passive observers of it. (Malik, 2000, pp 345)