Definition of Philosopher. Meaning of Philosopher. Synonyms of Philosopher

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- philosophy that promote different principles, theories, or methods. Philosophers use a great variety of methods to arrive at philosophical knowledge....
- The philosopher's stone is a mythic alchemical substance capable of turning base metals such as mercury into gold or silver; it was also known as "the...
- often complain that it does not receive the attention of professional philosophers it merits in virtue of the topic's importance and its potential psychological...
- The philosopher king is a hypothetical ruler in whom political skill is combined with philosophical knowledge. The concept of a city-state ruled by philosophers...
- The Philosopher is a long running periodical, established in 1923 by the Philosophical Society of England. Originally in print format, following a split...
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- In computer science, the dining philosophers problem is an example problem often used in concurrent algorithm design to illustrate synchronization issues...
- unbroken lines of influence lead from ancient Gr**** and ****enistic philosophers to Roman philosophy, Early Islamic philosophy, Medieval Scholasticism...
- Constantine the Philosopher may refer to: Cyril, born Constantine, of Saints Cyril and Methodius, 9th-century Byzantine scholar born in Thessaloniki Constantine...
- be found in ancient Gr**** philosophy. Pre-Socratic philosophers were the first Western philosophers to attempt to explain the world in terms of human reason...