Some articles on concepts, concept:

Law Of Thought - Rationale
... the use of those symbols (names, words, pictograms, etc.) which denote the various individual concepts within a language, so as to eliminate ambiguity in the conveyance of those ... who associate each symbol with an individual concept in a manner that has been conventionally prescribed within their linguistic group ... means whereby one can determine which of a number of different concepts one is intended to call to mind by the use of a given symbol, such as the context in which the symbol is used ...
Existentializer - Concepts - Angst
... It can also be seen in relation to the previous point how angst is before nothing, and this is what sets it apart from fear that has an object ... While in the case of fear, one can take definitive measures to remove the object of fear, in the case of angst, no such "constructive" measures are possible ...
Embodied Cognitive Science - The Embodied Cognitive Approach - The Body's Role in The Cognitive Process
... heavily from George Lakoff's and Mark Johnson's work on concepts ... Humans also have a basic stock of concepts in which other concepts can be derived from ... These basic concepts include spatial orientations such as up, down, front, and back ...
Gordon Pask - Interactions of Actors Theory
... Pask's concepts produce relations in all media and he regarded IA as a process theory ... He proved that no two concepts or products could be the same because of their different histories ... In 1995 Pask stated what he called his Last Theorem "Like concepts repel and unlike concepts attract" ...

Famous quotes containing the word concepts:

    When you have broken the reality into concepts you never can reconstruct it in its wholeness.
    William James (1842–1910)

    Once one is caught up into the material world not one person in ten thousand finds the time to form literary taste, to examine the validity of philosophic concepts for himself, or to form what, for lack of a better phrase, I might call the wise and tragic sense of life.
    F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896–1940)

    Germany collapsed as a result of having engaged in a struggle for empire with the concepts of provincial politics.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)