- absolute idealism
: the Hegelian philosophy of the absolute mind or any one of a group of metaphysical idealisms deriving primarily from Hegel which affirm that fundamental reality is an all-embracing spiritual unity — see idealism; compare hegelianism
* * *absolute idealism,Philosophy. a form of idealism which holds that there is only one universal spirit, of which all things are manifestations.
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