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philosophers, plural;
  1. A person engaged or learned in philosophy, esp. as an academic discipline

  1. a specialist in philosophy
  2. a wise person who is calm and rational; someone who lives a life of reason with equanimity
  3. (philosophy) doctrine: a belief (or system of beliefs) accepted as authoritative by some group or school
  4. (philosophy) the rational investigation of questions about existence and knowledge and ethics
  5. Symphony No. 22 in E-flat major, Hoboken I/22, is a symphony written by Joseph Haydn in 1764. Nicknamed "The Philosopher" ("Der Philosoph"), it is the most widely programmed of Haydn's early symphonies.
  6. (Philosophy (album)) Philosophy is a album by the British dance music group Coldcut released on 1993
  7. (Philosophy (Ben Folds Five song)) "Philosophy" is a song from Ben Folds Five's 1995 self-titled debut album. It was written by Ben Folds. Folds continues to play the song on various tours as part of his solo career.
  8. (The Philosophers) The following is a list of recurring fictional characters that appeared throughout the Metal Gear series in more than one canonical installment. ...
  9. A person devoted to studying and producing results in philosophy
  10. (philosophical) Of, or pertaining to, philosophy; Rational; analytic or critically-minded; thoughtful; Detached, calm, stoic
  11. (philosophy) (originally) The love of wisdom; An academic discipline that seeks truth through reasoning rather than empiricism; A comprehensive system of belief; A view or outlook regarding fundamental principles underlying some domain; A general principle (usually moral); A broader branch ...
  12. (Philosophers) Akshapada Gotama | Patanjali | Yajnavalkya | Kanada | Kapila | Jaimini | Vyasa | Nagarjuna | Madhvacharya | Kumarajiva | Padmasambhava | Vasubandhu | Adi Shankara | Ramanuja | More...
  13. (Philosophers) Anaxagoras · Anaximander · Anaximenes · Antisthenes · Archimedes · Aristotle · Democritus · Diogenes of Sinope · Epicurus · Empedocles · Heraclitus · Leucippus · Gorgias · Parmenides · Plato · Protagoras · Pythagoras · Socrates · Thales · Zeno
  14. (Philosophers) Henry Steel Olcott   · Nalin de Silva
  15. (Philosophical) "Just that much time to think while dressing at dawn, a philosophyical hour..."(56) Definition:When something is very calm.
  16. (philosophy) love of wisdom (Plato)
  17. (Philosophy) The study of seeking knowledge and wisdom in understanding the nature of the universe, man, ethics, art, love, purpose, etc.
  18. (philosophy) The study of the truths and principles of being, knowledge, or conduct.
  19. (Philosophy) is the study of general and fundamental problems, such as those connected with existence, knowledge, values, reason, mind, and language. ...
  20. (PHILOSOPHY) (Greek, "Love of wisdom"): The methodical and systematic exploration of what we know, how we know it, and why it is important that we know it. Too frequently, students use the term somewhat nebulously. They often mistakenly state, "My philosophy about X is . . . ...
  21. (PHILOSOPHY) n.  A study that lets us be unhappy more intelligently.
  22. (Philosophy (as one of layer two's 4 group identities)) A group identity originating in layer two wherein people lose their personal sense of both the subjective and objective self and instead, exist within a group version of the self. ...
  23. (Philosophy) "The objects of philosophy . . . are upon the whole the same as those of religion.  In both the object is Truth, in that supreme sense in which God and God only is Truth." Logic § 1.
  24. (Philosophy) (1) A synonym of religion in that it is an attempt to find meaning, purpose, and understanding of the universe apart from the supernatural, that is, apart from God.  This definition makes all philosophy, that does not posit the Bible as its first principle, merely forms of humanism. ...
  25. (Philosophy) (If many ideas are created by others rather than always existing outside of societal forces, how does that effect epistemology, or speculation on how we acquire knowledge?)