What is introduction?

  • (noun): The act of putting one thing into another.
    Synonyms: insertion, intromission
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on introduction, introductions:

John Frame (theologian) - Selected Works
... Introduction to Presuppositional Apologetics Part 2 ... Van Til The Theologian, 1976 ISBN 0-916034-02-X Medical Ethics, 1988 ISBN 0-87552-261-0 Perspectives on the Word of God An Introduction to Christian Ethics, 1990 ...
Reintroduction - Re-introduction Specialist Group (RSG)
... and massive loss of biodiversity by using re-introductions as a responsible tool for the management and restoration of biodiversity ... was felt due to the increased demand from re-introduction practitioners, the global conservation community and increase in re-introduction projects ...
Introduction To Metaphysics
... An Introduction to Metaphysics (Introduction à la Métaphysique) is a 1903 essay by Henri Bergson that explores the concept of reality ...
China Miéville - Bibliography - Nonfiction - Introductions To Fiction By Other Authors
... The Borribles An Introduction, 2001 ... Things That Never Happen An Introduction, 2002 ... Wizardry and Wild An Introduction, 2004 ...
Introduction - Music - Songs and Tracks
... Introduction", by Chicago from The Chicago Transit Authority "Introduction", by Hood from Outside Closer "Introduction", by Kajagoogoo from White Feathers "Introduction", by Mike Oldfield from Tubular Bells 2003 ...

More definitions of "introduction":

  • (noun): Formally making a person known to another or to the public.
    Synonyms: presentation, intro
  • (noun): The first section of a communication.
  • (noun): A new proposal.
    Example: "They resisted the introduction of impractical alternatives"
  • (noun): A basic or elementary instructional text.

Famous quotes containing the word introduction:

    Such is oftenest the young man’s introduction to the forest, and the most original part of himself. He goes thither at first as a hunter and fisher, until at last, if he has the seeds of a better life in him, he distinguishes his proper objects, as a poet or naturalist it may be, and leaves the gun and fish-pole behind. The mass of men are still and always young in this respect.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    My objection to Liberalism is this—that it is the introduction into the practical business of life of the highest kind—namely, politics—of philosophical ideas instead of political principles.
    Benjamin Disraeli (1804–1881)

    For better or worse, stepparenting is self-conscious parenting. You’re damned if you do, and damned if you don’t.
    —Anonymous Parent. Making It as a Stepparent, by Claire Berman, introduction (1980, repr. 1986)