Scharmer introduced the concept of presencing, which means learning from the emerging future, in a best-selling book.
An Afghan instructor explained the concept of collage in Dari.
But recently, young designers have taken this concept to another level.
It was a collaboration, and we just had a really fun time bringing the concept of her to life.
The concept of impulse control comes from a better understanding of the brain mechanisms that underlie self-restraint.
The limitations of Kants view of the concept could hardly find more definite expression.
A non-loving Universal Thought was too monstrous a concept to entertain.
I felt this the more when to the concept of Infinitude I added that of Intelligence.
With that face among my memories, my concept of perfection was different than it had been.
What I have said concerning the very imperfect state of our present concept system is true also of these two groups.
concept con·cept (kŏn'sěpt')
An abstract idea or notion.
An explanatory principle in a scientific system. Also called conception.