Ideas

An idea usually refers to a person's thought or a developed concept. Ideas may also refer to:

  • Ideas (retailer), a Pakistani retail chain
  • Ideas (radio show), a Canadian radio program
  • iDeaS, an emulator for the Nintendo DS
  • I-DEAS, the CAx software
  • Theory of forms, by Plato, a theory of abstract entities
  • Ideas festival, a biennial event in Brisbane, Australia presented by the Queensland Government
  • LSE IDEAS, an international affairs research centre at the London School of Economics
  • IDEAS (Think tank), Institute for Democracy and Economic Affairs, a Malaysian think tank.
  • International Defence Exhibition and Seminar, a major biennial defence event based in Pakistan

Other articles related to "ideas":

Venture Cup
... business plan competition in which entrepreneurs with unique business ideas compete for investment capital ... differently some consist of several stages, in which participating teams submit ideas or projects for consideration to a professional jury and then develop those ideas into investment-ready ...
Huang Yuanyong - Influence On China - Literature
... Duxiu (陳獨秀) were influenced by Huang's ideas ... 《新青年》 and "New current of ideas" 《新潮》, which were largely promoted in Shanghai ... the two publications mentioned Huang's name and his innovative ideas ...
Shen Buhai - Historiography
... with the Legalists, it was Hanfei who merged the ideas of Shen Buhai with those of Shang Yang ... Shen Buhai's name was listed with other legalist thinkers whose ideas were officially banned from the government from that point on, scholarship on the ideas of Shen Buhai went into a steep ...
Ethical Movement - Key Ideas
... the final word, Adler identified focal ideas that remain important within Ethical Culture ... These ideas include Human Worth and Uniqueness – All people are taken to have inherent worth, not dependent on the value of what they do ...
Karl Binding - Ideas - Killings Without The Jurisdiction of A Committee
... Binding argued that although there is always a possibility of killing the wrong person, "that which is good and reasonable must take place irrespective of any possibility of error" ... He saw the risk of losing a life as unimportant because "humanity constantly loses so many lives by mistake, that just one more would hardly make a difference" ...

Famous quotes containing the word ideas:

    The new supplants the old. Yet men’s minds are stuffed with outworn bunk. Educating the young in the latest findings of authorities and scholars in the social sciences is important. It is equally important to devise ways and means for aiding the middle-aged and old to reexamine hang-over unscientific doctrines and ideas in the light of recent discovery and research.
    Mary Barnett Gilson (1877–?)

    New ideas come into this world somewhat like falling meteors, with a flash and an explosion, and perhaps somebody’s castle-roof perforated.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    That neither our thoughts, nor passions, nor ideas formed by the imagination, exist without the mind, is what every body will allow.
    George Berkeley (1685–1753)