Concept  or


idea of concept Or concept of idea -- with idea and imagination.


Sbt –Then it becomes a Theory—or Fantasy


An idea (Greek: ιδέα) is the result of thinking. (Thought, Concept)


To "have no idea how a thing happened" is to be without a mental picture of an occurrence. In this general sense it is synonymous with the idea of concept in popular usage.


Thought or thinking is a mental process which allows beings to model the world, and so to deal with it effectively according to their goals, plans, ends and desires. Concepts akin to thought are sentience, consciousness, idea and imagination.


Contents [showhide]

1 In Philosophy

1.1 Plato
1.2 John Locke
1.3 David Hume
1.4 Wilhelm Wundt
1.5 G. F. Stout & J. M. Baldwin

2 the Idea as Property

2.1 Copyrights & Patents

3 Related Topics

4 Credits

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