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

Famous quotes containing the word ideas:

    A philistine is a full-grown person whose interests are of a material and commonplace nature, and whose mentality is formed of the stock ideas and conventional ideals of his or her group and time.
    Vladimir Nabokov (1899–1977)

    A man of sense, though born without wit, often lives to have wit. His memory treasures up ideas and reflections; he compares them with new occurrences, and strikes out new lights from the collision. The consequence is sometimes bons mots, and sometimes apothegms.
    Horace Walpole (1717–1797)

    ... we engage in politics because we don’t know anything. This is clearly revealed in the way we go about it. Our parties exist from a fear of theory. The voter fears that one idea can always be contradicted by another. Therefore the parties reciprocally defend themselves against the few old ideas they have inherited. They don’t live from what they promise, but from frustrating the promises of others. This is their silent community of interests.
    Robert Musil (1880–1942)