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Naxalism- The idea and Naxalite- The upholder of that Idea.
Joke of the day Abhay N 2007
I have saved myself from the disaster of beliefs through these magical books, and am free once more as in my early childhood to indulge myself in the iridescent idea of life, as Idea.
I hope, at any rate, that in presenting each ballad as one, and reconstructing it sometimes from many versions, I have kept pretty constantly to the idea, of which Professor Ker4 saysThe truth is that the Ballad is an Idea, a Poetical Form, which can take up any matter, and does not leave that matter as it was before.
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Dis o ry o P - C c ve r re linic l P s a ha e • Usually the result of experimentation in academic, pure research or biotech labs • Data provide "Proof of Principal" and suggest commercialization of idea • Academic labs incapable of further product development • Idea should be patented to protect "intellectual property" • Patent can be licensed to drug companies for commercialization
The idea of the Idea has long been understood as 'the boundaries of the campus are the boundaries of the state,' although some early connotations were more government focused:
Letters in Bottles 2008
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We have seen that, when Plato introduced the term Idea as an expression for spiritual entities having a real and independent existence, men were still in possession of some recollection of their own pre-earthly existence.
Man or Matter Ernst Lehrs
Instead of a concrete plan of action seeing a particular result, the Idea is a momentary contingency of virtual relations that produces a sensation from the point of view of the actual.
Rather the Idea is a complex "system of multiple, non-localisable connections between differential elements which is incarnated on real relations and actual terms" (183).