Field has 2 Ideals

Theorem

Let $\struct {F, +, \circ}$ be a field whose zero is $0_F$ and whose unity is $1_F$.

Then the only ideals of $\struct {F, +, \circ}$ are:$\struct {F, +, \circ}$ and $\set {0_F}$.

That is, $\struct {F, +, \circ}$ has no non-null proper ideals.

Proof

By definition, a field is a division ring.

From Null Ring is Ideal and Ring is Ideal of Itself, it is always the case that $\set {0_F}$ and $\struct {F, +, \circ}$ are ideals of $\struct {F, +, \circ}$.

From Ideals of Division Ring, it follows that the only ideals of $\struct {F, +, \circ}$ are $\struct {F, +, \circ}$ and $\set {0_F}$.

$\blacksquare$