philosopher

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Abelard, Albertus Magnus, Albinus, Alexander, Anaxagoras, Anselm, Averroist, Bacon, Berkeleian, Berkeley, Boethius, Bonaventure, Boodin, Bosanquet, Bowne, Broad, Bruno, Cartesian, Chubb, Cicero, Comtist, Condillac, Condorcet, Confucius, Cousin, Croce, Cynic, Cyrenaic, Drake, Eleatic, Epicurean, Eretrian, Euhemerus, Fechner, Feigl, Ferdinand, Fichtean, Frege, Fullerton, Gentile, Gilson, Green, Haeckel, Hahn, Haldane, Harris, Hartmann, Hegel, Hegelian, Heidegger, Heideggerian, Heraclitean, Heraclitus, Herbart, Herbartian, Herder, Hobbes, Holt, Howison, Hume, Humist, Husserl, Husserlian, Hutcheson, John, Kantian, Kierkegaard, Kierkegaardian, La Mettrie, Langer, Leibniz, Leibnizian, Leucippus, Locke, Lotze, Lovejoy, Lucretius, Mach, Marx, Marxist, Mead, Megarian, Mencius, Mill, Moore, Moses, Neo-Hegelian, Neo-Pythagorean, Neoplatonist, Ockham, Ortega y Gasset, Paley, Parmenidean, Parmenides, Pascal, Peripatetic, Perry, Philo, Plato, Platonist, Plotinus, Porphyry, Pratt, Pritchard, Protagoras, Pyrrho, Pyrrhonist, Pythagoras, Pythagorean, Reid, Reynaud, Roger, Rogers, Ross, Rousseau, Royce, Russell, Samuel, Santayana, Sartre, Sartrian, Scheler, Schelling, Schiller, Schleiermacher, Schlick, Scholastic, Schopenhauer, Scotist, Sellars, Socrates, Socratist, Sophist, Spencerian, Spinozist, Stern, Stoic, Strong, Thales, Thomas Aquinas, Thomist, Whitehead, Wittgensteinian, academician, agnostic, animist, authority, bookman, casuist, classicist, clerk, colossus of knowledge, cosmologist, cosmotheist, deist, dialectical materialist, dialectician, doctor, dualist, eclectic, egoist, elder, elder statesman, empiricist, essentialist, existentialist, genius, giant of learning, great soul, guru, hedonist, humanist, hylomorphist, hylotheist, hylozoist, idealist, illuminate, immaterialist, individualist, intellect, intellectual, intuitionist, learned clerk, learned man, literary man, litterateur, logical empiricist, logicaster, logician, logistician, lover of learning, lover of wisdom, mahatma, man of intellect, man of learning, man of letters, man of wisdom, mandarin, master, mastermind, materialist, mechanist, mentalist, mentor, metaphysician, mine of information, monist, mystic, naturalist, nominalist, ontologist, oracle, organic mechanist, organicist, panpsychist, pantheist, philologist, philologue, philomath, philosophaster, philosophe, philosophizer, physicist, polyhistor, polymath, positivist, pragmatist, psychist, pundit, rabbi, ratiocinator, rationalist, rationalizer, realist, reasoner, rishi, sage, sapient, savant, scholar, scholastic, schoolman, secular humanist, seer, sensationalist, sensist, skeptic, sophist, speculator, starets, student, substantialist, syllogist, syllogizer, syncretist, theist, thinker, transcendentalist, utilitarian, vitalist, voluntarist, walking encyclopedia, wise man, wise old man, zetetic

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  • philosopher — [ filɔzɔfe ] v. intr. <conjug. : 1> • 1380 ; lat. philosophari 1 ♦ Penser, raisonner sur des questions, des problèmes philosophiques. « Cicéron dit que philosopher ce n est autre chose que s apprêter à la mort » (Montaigne). « Se moquer de… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Philosopher — est un verbe dont le sens peut être ambigu : en un sens propre, il désigne la réflexion sur les causes dans une conception générale du monde, comme résultat de l amour de la connaissance. En sens dérivé, il peut désigner un art de bien vivre …   Wikipédia en Français

  • philosopher — Philosopher. v. n. Raisonner conformément aux principes de la Philosophie. Il est dangereux de vouloir philosopher en matiere de Religion. Il signifie aussi, Moraliser sur diverses choses. Ils s amusent là à philosopher …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Philosopher — Phi*los o*pher, n. [OE. philosophre, F. philosophe, L. philosophus, Gr. ?; ? loving + ? wise. Cf. {Philosophy}.] 1. One who philosophizes; one versed in, or devoted to, philosophy. [1913 Webster] Then certain philosophers of the Epicureans, and… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Philosopher — Allgemeine Informationen Genre(s) Death Metal Gründung 2003 Website http://www.philosopher musi …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • philosopher — (n.) O.E. philosophe, from L. philosophus, from Gk. philosophos philosopher, lit. lover of wisdom, from philos loving (see PHILE (Cf. phile)) + sophos wise, a sage. Pythagoras was the first who called himself philosophos, instead of sophos, wise… …   Etymology dictionary

  • philosopher — [n] deep thinker logician, sage, savant, sophist, theorist, wise person; concepts 349,687,689 …   New thesaurus

  • philosopher — ► NOUN ▪ a person engaged or learned in philosophy …   English terms dictionary

  • philosopher — [fi läs′ə fər] n. [ME philosophre < OFr philosophe < L philosophus < Gr philosophos < philos, loving + sophos, wise] 1. a person who studies or is an expert in philosophy 2. a person who lives by or expounds a system of philosophy 3.… …   English World dictionary

  • philosopher — (fi lo zo fé) v. n. 1°   Traiter, raisonnner des choses qui regardent la philosophie. •   Bernier, après avoir philosophé cinquante ans, avoue qu il doute des choses qu il avait cru les plus vraies, S. ÉVREM. dans RICHELET. •   Se moquer de la… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • PHILOSOPHER — v. n. Traiter des matières de philosophie. La manière de philosopher des péripatéticiens, des stoïciens. Socrate n aimait à philosopher que sur les moeurs.   Il signifie encore, Raisonner, discourir sur diverses matières de morale ou de physique …   Dictionnaire de l'Academie Francaise, 7eme edition (1835)

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