I think you need to revisit your definition of Ideals.
Dan Devins

How many people actually believe that ideals are not achievable? I would suggest that history teaches us the opposite: that many, many people believe ideals are achievable and, worse, are willing to go to awful lengths (lengths that are actively opposed to those ideals) to achieve them. History is rife with ideologically motivated conflicts where enough people believed in something (or pretended to believe in something) so that a whole lot of people suffered because of the goal of whatever metaphysical ideal someone was championing.

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