My point has been that every person lives life as:
A.) An idealist- we "create" our own thoughts in the mind- daydreaming and wants which motivates us. We idealize our Subjectivism. Ex: art, music, government, law, our jobs: the "human world" as Kant would say
B.) A realist- as in a human knows that driving a car into a tree at 100 mph will probably kill us or cause bodily harm. AKA: Physical reality and physical self being AFFECTS A HUMAN objectively. Phenomena as Kant would say
C.) An agnostic- ALL humans question the idealistic and realistic truths we all know. We know only what we know which ultimately is nothing as we ALL ABSOLUETLY KNOW we are all mortal and could never know everything thanks to our imminent deaths. As in we all question ourselves AND our beliefs one way or another due to our own limits.
We live our lives as all three. Trying to break existence down into sub catagories (philosophy) will only bring mass confusion which is why the world is the way it is. Common sense would say we exist in a very real objective reality in which HUMANS (and only humans) can idealize their "being" (whatever it may be) based on a guess that only exists due to our mortality.