Materialismis the view that everything that exists is material things. It means thateverything can be explained in terms of material, most things are hardly amatter (a substance you can see and touch).
In the present nation, materialismpartakes in everyone’s life, regardless of what social class they are. Beingmaterialistic can be viewed as corrupt, however, there is a difference betweenmorality and personal interests. For example, believing money can buy youhappiness is materialistic or being friends with someone because they are richor famous. A materialism person is theone who seeks wealth selfishly or a person that always want to look good at allcost, and a person who control things for his or her own benefits. Materialistshave believed that the only things that are real are those things the soul canperceive through sensible intelligence. They also believe that all events inthe world can be explained by scientific laws. It’s also a theory in philosophyof mind that holds that the mind is the brain.
Idealismis the belief and behavior of someone who has ideas and who tries to base theirbehavior on these ideals. It is also the position that reality is immaterial:idea, mind, or spirit. It generates not just social norms and morals by wantingbenefits just for yourself, but the world around you, believing people aregenerally good. Idealism deals with controlling ideas and allows improvement inthe progress of not a single state but the whole world. An idealist is the onewho strives for perfection. They believe that everything and everyone should be”ideal,” that is, perfect and flawless. Idealists seek intellectual and moral.
Martin Luther King is a good example of an idealist. He was an inspired man whoembraced reality. He knew the truth of mankind and knew there must be a goodway.
He preached and a lot of good came from his visions.