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- A philosopher is a person who practices or investigates philosophy. The term philosopher comes from the Ancient Gr****: φιλόσοφος, romanized: philosophos...
- The philosopher's stone or more properly philosophers' stone (Arabic: ḥajar al-falāsifa, Latin: lapis philosophorum), is a mythic alchemical substance...
- 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...
- List of philosophers of mind List of philosophers of religion List of philosophers of science List of philosophers (A–C) List of philosophers (D–H) List...
- The Philosopher is a long running periodical, established in 1923 by the Philosophical Society of England. Originally in print format, following a split...
- (/ˈmɪtʃəl/; 25 December 1724 – 21 April 1793) was an English natural philosopher and clergyman who provided pioneering insights into a wide range of scientific...
- unbroken lines of influence lead from ancient Gr**** and ****enistic philosophers to Roman philosophy, Early Islamic philosophy, Medieval Scholasticism...
- This list of ancient Gr**** philosophers contains philosophers who studied in ancient Greece or spoke Gr****. Ancient Gr**** philosophy began in Miletus with...
- of knowledge and a practitioner was known as a philosopher. From the time of Ancient Gr**** philosopher Aristotle to the 19th century, "natural philosophy"...