“What is the Idea” – by Margaret Laird

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“God” is a word; “man” is a word; “good” is a word; “evil” is a word. But what is the idea?

The idea is the thing — the operational Entity that is not only the source, but the Principle, that keeps all things going. Words signify that something is being, but the being —the idea, the function, the action — is the thing.

 – excerpt from “What is the Idea” (1953), by Margaret Laird 

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God” is a word; “man” is a word; “good” is a word; “evil” is a word. But what is the idea?

The idea is the thing — the operational Entity that is not only the source, but the Principle, that keeps all things going. Words signify that something is being, but the being —the idea, the function, the action — is the thing.

 - excerpt from "What is the Idea", by Margaret Laird 

 

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