Even among non-Catholics, its doctrines are widely associated with the concepts of “morality” and “human values.”
Yet he seemed interested only in recasting GOP concepts in his own idiom.
What Rubin is arguing against—his blogpost is titled "The Perils of Proportionality"—are concepts enshrined in international law.
Lest anyone mistake the exploration of concepts here for any sort of advocacy for violence, he or she has missed the point.
The list contains approximately 200 concepts that have words apparently in every language and every culture, Pagel said.
In the use of pure reason its concepts, or transcendental ideas, aim at unity of all conditions of thought.
We have not yet exhausted all the concepts whereby we may get to unconsciousness.
All progress is initiated by challenging current concepts, and executed by supplanting existing institutions.
That applies especially to concepts borrowed of the white men.
It thinks its system of concepts freely on the occasion of the affections of the receptivity.
concept con·cept (kŏn'sěpt')
An abstract idea or notion.
An explanatory principle in a scientific system. Also called conception.