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Definitions for Philosophical
ˌfɪl əˈsɒf ɪ kəlPhilo·soph·i·cal

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. philosophic, philosophicaladjective

    of or relating to philosophy or philosophers

    "philosophical writing"; "a considerable knowledge of philosophical terminology"

  2. philosophical, philosophicadjective

    characterized by the attitude of a philosopher; meeting trouble with level-headed detachment

    "philosophical resignation"; "a philosophic attitude toward life"

Wiktionary

  1. philosophicaladjective

    Of, or pertaining to, philosophy.

  2. philosophicaladjective

    Rational; analytic or critically-minded; thoughtful.

  3. philosophicaladjective

    Detached, calm, stoic.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Philosophicaladjective

    of or pertaining to philosophy; versed in, or imbued with, the principles of philosophy; hence, characterizing a philosopher; rational; wise; temperate; calm; cool

    Etymology: [L. philosophicus: cf. F. philosophique.]

British National Corpus

  1. Adjectives Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'Philosophical' in Adjectives Frequency: #852

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    The numerical value of Philosophical in Chaldean Numerology is: 1

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    The numerical value of Philosophical in Pythagorean Numerology is: 8

Examples of Philosophical in a Sentence

  1. Mwanandeke Kindembo:

    The wise person must always consider and reconsider all the alternatives before jumping to the final conclusion. Furthermore, the objective views are the results of our philosophical ideologies (philideos) and the definition of our terms.

  2. Musin Almat Zhumabekovich:

    Reality in the city is a reality that is constantly being corrected by opinions and own thoughts. True Reality is nature and love in which money and character do not interfere, there is the truth of universal happiness. You need to grow up to this truth. 2. In any dispute there are fragile places, the main thing is to break all the necessary joints, these are the weak points of a person, that is, his personal sins of selfishness. 3. How does the inner world of a person look like? For someone it consists of egoism, and for someone of selfless deep philosophy. 4. The inner world reflects our essence, our philosophical reasoning. The world passing through the prism of its own logic, passes through our hands, the world of people is endlessly abundant. 5. We forget that no matter how high our intellect is, we are at the mercy of universal laws. 6. The one who helps the neighbor, thereby helps the descendants. 7. Due to selfishness, our ideal world is still only in our imagination. 8. We are part of the universe, her energy, her philosophy. There are many worlds lurking in us. Civilizations in our thinking. They say that our world is abundant thanks to opinions. Author: Musin Almat Zhumabekovich

  3. Juergen Hammerstaedt:

    It's a philosophical library of Epicurean texts from a time when this philosophy influenced the most important classical Latin authors, such as Virgil, Horace and Cicero, there needs to be much work before one can virtually unroll carbonized papyrus because one will have to develop a digital method that will allow us to follow the layers.

  4. Musin Almat Zhumabekovich:

    1. Justice is two-faced. 2. Love is the maturity of the soul. And people rarely ripen for true love, they are hampered by infantilism. Because of this, divorces occur. People show love but think about something else. A double game in which there is a struggle with one's own egoism. And egoism is the infantilism of the ego. A person struggles with himself with his stupid desires and ripens for love. Love is the maturity of romance. Some give up love and try to return to childhood. 3. A person chooses to think like a commodity in a supermarket. The product of theory and hypothesis that fall short of fact. A person has lost the habit of thinking with his own head and he thinks as it is fashionable to think. It's like choosing salt or pepper, which is better optimism or pessimism. A person chooses how to think from ready-made samples. Everything turns into a template. And people think in a pattern. 4. Evolution consists precisely in the ability to think, the evolution of awareness. Continue to develop your thinking. To know the depths of the cosmos of philosophy. Explore the endless worlds of philosophical dimensions. 5. The film of the subconscious A person consists of memory and that which has plunged into oblivion. The subconsciousness crawls out at times and controls consciousness. We do what we want to do subconsciously. And we act unconsciously. And the subconscious is an audio tape of memory. We subconsciously remember what we knew in past lives and repeat some things in this one. Memory tape records everything we thought and what we think about. Also with videotape that periodically displays deja vu. Memory controls our subconscious actions and can tell us what we should say in this case. This tape contains all our life experiences of all our lives. Author: Musin Almat Zhumabekovich

  5. Kevin McCarthy:

    He's worked with them -- and on both sides of the aisle, and just the way Paul carries himself -- it's not on the political nature, it's on the policy nature. And I think that gets a lot of people's respect. He can go into any facet of any philosophical belief over there -- and have the credibility.

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