Why Ideas Matter

“Ideas are the root of creation,” noted the French writer Ernest Dimnet. Ideas are the lifeblood of innovation.  They are important because they have the power to change the world.  Think of Copernicus, Socrates, Aristotle, Newton, Galileo, or Einstein. Think of Charles Darwin, the ultimate disruptive innovator.

Ideas define our humanity. They shape the way we think and see our place in the universe.  “There is no prosperity, trade, art, city, or great material wealth of any kind, but if you trace it home, you will find it rooted in a thought of some individual man,” wrote . . .

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