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  1. Why should idealists have a problem with this? Idealism does not assume that the world is relative to every observer, not at all. Idealism assumes that behind the visible world there is a higher real reality in relation to it, and we see, relatively speaking, only the shadows from a candle on the wall, but the candle is there and the shadows are there and the wall is there, so why should two people see the shadow differently?

    The problem of perception is present in solipsism, but it is easily solved there, for example, if all other observers are declared to be a product of my mind, then it is not surprising that they see what I see.

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