**Basis** may refer to

- BASIS International, a software company
- in Renaissance music, the bassline was sometimes called the basis
- BASIS Schools, a group of high-expectations schools in Arizona, USA

In **economics**:

- Adjusted basis, the net cost of an asset after adjusting for various tax-related items
- Basis of futures, the value differential between a future and the spot price
- Basis (options), the value differential between a call option and a put option
- Basis point, 0.01%, often used in the context of interest rates
- Basis trading, a trading strategy consisting of the purchase of a security and the sale of a similar security
- Cost basis, in income tax law, the original cost of property adjusted for factors such as depreciation
- Tax basis, cost of an asset

In **mathematics**:

- Basis function
- Basis (linear algebra)
- Dual basis
- Orthonormal basis
- Schauder basis

- Basis (universal algebra)
- Generating set of an ideal (ring theory):
- Gröbner basis
- Hilbert's basis theorem

- Generating set of a group
- Base (topology) of a topology: a generating set of the open sets of the topology
- Change of basis
- Greedoid
- Normal basis
- Polynomial basis
- Radial basis function
- Standard basis
- Transcendence basis of a field extension

In **chemistry** and **physics**:

- Basis (crystal structure), the positions of the atoms inside the unit cell
- Basis set (chemistry)
- Dry basis, an expression of a calculation in which the presence of water is ignored

**People**:

- Dimitris Basis, Greek singer
- Liron Basis, Israeli footballer

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... In modern constitutional law, the rational

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“Far from being the *basis* of the good society, the family, with its narrow privacy and tawdry secrets, is the source of all our discontents.”

—Sir Edmund Leach (20th century)

“The *basis* of shame is not some personal mistake of ours, but the ignominy, the humiliation we feel that we must be what we are without any choice in the matter, and that this humiliation is seen by everyone.”

—Milan Kundera (b. 1929)

“Reason looks at necessity as the *basis* of the world; reason is able to turn chance in your favor and use it. Only by having reason remain strong and unshakable can we be called a god of the earth.”

—Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe (1749–1832)