идеализировать; придерживаться идеалистических взглядов
- Those concerned about football hooliganism today idealize the stable post-war years when it was safe to be on the terraces and one could walk the streets at night.
- While society continues to idealize the two-parent family and regard it as the norm, there is a danger that remarriage will be seen as the solution to the individual and social problems associated with widowhood, marital separation and single parenthood.
- Tends to idealize possible outcomes.
- Someone else might realize: "I dream and idealize a lot, because I was left so much to my own company."
- Feminists also often use psychoanalysis to idealize sexuality.
- It is therefore unwise at the pilot stage, when these goals and assumptions are still being formulated, to idealize away too much from the data.
- To what extent is a romantic yearning for a lost Eden making him idealize the island, and on the other hand how much of his caution is inertia and fear of the new?
- Like traditional psychological methods, woman-centred methods idealize individual subjects, isolating and containing them.
- There is a blood poison in America; you can idealize the place (easier now that Europe is so damd shaky) all you like, but you haven't a drop off the cursed blood in you, and you don't need to fight the disease day and night; you never had to.
- It is, anyway, easy to idealize the "egalitarian amateurism" of oral cultures.
- But, witness this example, there is no single method for conceptualizing which would let one idealize bureaucrats and, say, charismatic leaders together.
- Some feminists also idealize symbol systems, as arenas of unproblematic female community: "laughter is a form of communication which is understood by both of us", Hobson, a middle-class researcher, writes, of her interview with a working-class housewife (1981: 82).
- To idealize Cuddesdon has been easy for many.