Idealist, idealized, ideal (adjective), and the ideal (noun), all of are derived from the Greek idea which means new thought flashed across the mind.
This signifies “image”, “figure, “form”: it can be used in the sense of “likeness”, or “copy” as well as in that of “type”, “model”, or “pattern”: it is this latter sense that finds expression in “ideal”, and “the ideal” and the derivatives are mentioned above.
Plato is in favour of Idealism and hence known as Platonism while Aristotle is in favour of reality and so called as Realism.
Platonism is one of the oldest form idealism and is in favour of the idealist to long extent.
When we talk about the ideal or idealism, it is not the copy of a out of the world image or object, but it is only a type which can be a thought.
It cannot beyond reality but it can only be a fairer, nobler and the most perfect which exists in reality.
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Plato is in favour of the idealism and therefore it is considered to be more accurate and correct as idealism is more important in teaching and it helps in putting new ideas into art.
Both, Aristotle and Plato have a vital influence on the Greek life, their life style, their style of thinking and their actions which carries the deep moral and ethical influence on their life.