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- would have been considered philosophers, and they typically followed a ****enistic philosophy. In a modern sense, a philosopher is an intellectual who contributes...
- political philosophers List of political philosophers List of political theorists List of philosophers (A–C) List of philosophers (D–H) List of philosophers (I–Q)...
- The philosopher's stone, more properly philosophers' stone or stone of the philosophers (Arabic: ḥajar al-falāsifa, Latin: lapis philosophorum), is a...
- rejected by foremost Continental philosophers (starting with Immanuel Kant), and accepted by Analytic philosophers. The term continental philosophy,...
- silent philosophers sit at a round table with bowls of spaghetti. Forks are placed between each pair of adjacent philosophers. Each philosopher must alternately...
- This list of ancient Gr**** philosophers contains philosophers who studied in ancient Greece or spoke Gr****. Ancient Gr**** philosophy began in Miletus with...
- ordinary language philosophers that ethics started to become an acceptable area of inquiry for analytic philosophers. Philosophers working with the analytic...
- related to Flappers and Philosophers at Wikisource Flappers and Philosophers at Project Gutenberg Flappers and Philosophers. New York: Charles Scribner's...
- Gr**** philosophers Translingualism Transliteration of Gr**** into English "Ancient Gr**** philosophy, Herodotus, famous ancient Gr**** philosophers. Ancient...
- Philosophers' ships (Философский пароход), also known individually as philosopher's steamboat is a term used for steamships which transported intellectuals...