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1. philosophic

adjective. ['ˌfɪləˈsɑːfɪk'] of or relating to philosophy or philosophers.

Antonyms

  • moving

Etymology

  • -ic (English)
  • -ique (French)
  • philosophy (English)
  • philosophie (Anglo-Norman)

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Words that Rhyme with Philosophic

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Example sentences of the word philosophic


1. Adjective
Macro and micro are closely connected from a philosophic viewpoint.

Quotes containing the word philosophic


1. Digression is the soul of wit. Take the philosophic asides away from Dante, Milton or Hamlet's father's ghost and what stays is dry bones.
- Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451

2. Good-humor is a philosophic state of mind; it seems to say to Nature that we take her no more seriously than she takes us. I maintain that one should always talk of philosophy with a smile.
- William James, The Varieties of Religious Experience

3. Men have such a good opinion of themselves, of their mental superiority and intellectual depth; they believe themselves so skilled in discerning the true from the false, the path of safety from those of error, that they should be forbidden as much as possible the perusal of philosophic writings.
- أبو حامد الغزالي

2. philosophic

adjective. ['ˌfɪləˈsɑːfɪk'] characterized by the attitude of a philosopher; meeting trouble with level-headed detachment.

Synonyms

  • philosophical

Antonyms

  • unemotionality
  • passionate

Etymology

  • -ic (English)
  • -ique (French)
  • philosophy (English)
  • philosophie (Anglo-Norman)
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