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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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Durante esta etapa, Llull compone los siguientes libros: De contemplatione Raymundi (1297), en donde se incluyen diversos tratados como sobre los diez modos de contemplar a Dios o sobre el rapto; el Tractatus novus de astronomia (1297); la Investigate generalium mixtionum secundum Artem generalem (1298); la Disputatio eremitae et Raimundi super aliquibus quaestionibus Sententiarum Magistri Petri Lomarbi (1298); el Arbor philosophiae amoris (original en catalan, 1298); la Consolatio Venetorum et totius gentis deseolatae (1298); el Ars compendiosa (1299); De quadratura et triangulatura circuli (1299); De arte electionis (1299); Liber de geometria nova et compendiosa (1299); y las Quaestiones Attrebatenses.
Altera Mathematicae Philosophiae, quae circa sonos continuatos (sive consoni, sive absoni sint, abstrahit) quasi circa lineas versatur, distribui potest in tres partes (quemadmodum Optice, quae de lineis lucis, ac visionis agit) nempe in eam, quae agit de lineis sonoris directis, in eam quae de lineis sonoris refiexis, ac denique in eam, quae de lineis sonoris refractis.
His work, and notably the Consolatio Philosophiae, was not just considered a necessary part of the cultural baggage of an educated person, but also formed 'a very important link in the chain of philosophical continuity'.
Quod volui dixisse ut cognoscatur quis mihi labor quae fuerit difficultas, ex affectatis enigmatum syrpis, ex fabularum latebris latitantes eruere secretae philosophiae sensus.
First he describes Latin texts that had both word equivalents in simper Latin and longer explanatory glosses, for example in a De consolatio Philosophiae manuscript already in Britain in the ninth century and in an early, fragmentary Servius commentary on the Aeneid, Book IV.
Vem enfim a lume esta traducao de uma obra de riquissimo conteudo filosofico e literario, De consolatione Philosophiae, de Boecio, autor de especial influencia na literatura ocidental e cuja vida revela uma grande preocupacao pelo bem-comum.
Schon in De primae philosophiae Emendatione, et de Notione Substantiae von 1694, ein Jahr vor dem Specimen Dynamicum, hatte er erklart, die vis activa unterscheide sich von der potentia nuda der Scholastik, die als potentia activa oder facultas nur eine nahe Handlungsmoglichkeit bezeichne, weil diese zur Verwirklichung eines weiteren Stimulus bedurfe; dagegen enthalte die vis activa eine entelecheia, die zur facultas zu handeln einen conatus einschliefit, der zur Handlung fuhrt (46).
Se infatti nei Trionfi il 'morire secondo' e tout court il cadere della fama: tanto vince e ritoglie il tempo avaro;/ chiamasi Fama, ed e morir secondo (TT 142-143)--e la fonte, come si sa (24) e rintracciabile facilmente nel De consolatione philosophiae di Boezio, 2 metr.
In my mind it is very good exemplified by DESCARTES' Meditationes de prima philosophiae.
A dream vision, the main sources of which are Boethius' De consolatione philosophiae and Boccaccio's Corbaccio.
Agustin afirma que eliquata est, ut opinor, una uerissimae philosophiae disciplina.
Sir Isaac Newton Eminent physicist, mathematician and astronomer of the 17th and 18th century, whose famous work, Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, showed how a universal force, gravity, applied to all objects in all parts of the universe.
475-525 AD) was a minister to Theodoric the Ostrogoth, and wrote his popular De Consolatione Philosophiae while imprisoned in Pavia, Italy.
Silvia Albesano's book about the Italian translations (volgarizzamenti) of the Consolatio Philosophiae during the fourteenth century represents a very important step in at least itwo directions.