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Synonyms for philosophy

Synonyms for philosophy

a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school

the rational investigation of questions about existence and knowledge and ethics

any personal belief about how to live or how to deal with a situation

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Third, as an historian Moyn finds philosphical texts and movements to be more isolable and less permeable than their historical context warrants.
Philosphical Queen's boss Billy Stark said: "We simply gifted it to them
Anticipatory Systems; Philosphical, Mathematical, and Methodological Foundations.
We need, therefore, to re-draw the philosphical map, putting clients at the center.
La propuesta en si no resultaba novedosa pues ya la habia formulado en 1750 el clerigo ingles William Stukeley, tras los terremotos que sacudieron la ciudad de Londres en febrero y mayo de 1749 y septiembre del ano siguiente; y aunque hubiera aparecido publicada en el volumen decimo de las Philosphical Transacctions (97) es evidente que Feijoo la desconocia.
What was new was a solid philosphical defense of the idea and of its intrinsic unity.
Beach and Lipshitz (1993) describe the historical origins of classical decision theories within utlitarian philosophy and Jeremy Bentham's philosphical model of the ideal 'Economic Man'.
15) Term used in its philosphical sense, related to Kant's "Perpetual Peace.
Francis could not afford to accept the outcome with such an apparent philosphical shrug.
He takes a philosphical view: "We've been living with companies like Marks and Spencer and Safeway for some time.
Konterman, though, is adopting a philosphical attitude.
1962): The Architecture of Complexity; in: Proceedings of the American Philosphical Society 106, S.
14) John Stuart Mill, "Thoughts on Poetry and Its Varieties," Disxertations and Discussions: Political, Philosphical, and Historical (New York: Henry Holt, 1874-82) I, 97.