Let's see if I can answer this without droning on too long... lol
Idealism is essentially a philosophy that says life lies in our consciousness and not in our physical reality. It is also a philosophy that focuses on the "ideal life", which is why idealism can take on so many varying forms.
Wikipedia can answer much better than I can, lol
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