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of or relating to philosophy or philosophers

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characterized by the attitude of a philosopher

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Transactions of the American Philosophical Society; Volume 107, Part 4
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It is important to understand that he does not take himself to be presenting only an interpretation of Hegel on the content and consequences of a philosophical consideration of religion and Christianity.
Philosophical Imagination and the Evolution of Modern Philosophy
And belief is defined as any religious or philosophical belief.
ISLAMABAD -- World Philosophy Day will be observed across the globe including Pakistan on Thursday to honor philosophical reflections around the world.
This book identifies and explores the most significant philosophical issues that emerge from the aesthetic dimensions of Black life, providing a long-overdue synthesis and the first extended philosophical treatment of this crucial subject which organize Black aesthetics as an object of philosophical study to unite two areas of scholarship for the first time philosophical aesthetics and Black cultural theory, dissolving the dilemma of either studying philosophy, or studying Black expressive culture.
Virtue and the Moral Life: Theological and Philosophical Perspectives.
Suppes' work may be interpreted as a reaction against this way of tackling philosophical questions.
Given that Aquinas is considered by many to be the greatest Christian philosopher of all time, such claims raise important questions about the relationship between religious faith and philosophical reason.
Scholars of philosophy and anthropology explore philosophical presuppositions of anthropology, and question them from a comparative-cultural view of anthropology in general and of ethnography in particular.
Henry Somers-Hall's new book is probably the most detailed attempt written so far regarding the nature of this philosophical relation.
A Philosophical History of Love is the culmination of years of thought about the basic experiences and expressions of love in the Western world, and provides a fine exploration of love in myth, philosophy and society.