Can an idea/action/creation/perspective be both realistic and idealistic at the same time? For example, when I think of a form, or a matter, can I think about/create it as real and ideal? I know a distinction between the two lines of thought are very often being pitted against each other, and that German Idealism took it to the next level when they used both concept as a combination to create one whole philosophy, but is it possible to not combine them as two sides of a coin, or two parts of a whole, but as one and the same?
I would like to clarify, I do not mean a concept in which there are both realistic and idealistic forces playing the field at the same time, but in contrast to each other. I mean a concept I'm which the two forces are actually one (and not in an abstraction study, but ACTUALLY one). I do not know if that is possible, as in any philosophy I've seen those two are always, at least in some way, do contradict one another.