more philosophic

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Let us now regard it for a moment in its more philosophic aspect.

It is experience, or, if you choose a more philosophic term, induction.

But the two labels are applicable in a larger and more philosophic way.

And by more philosophic I do not mean duller, but funnier; that is more varied.

Augusta Goold herself was more tolerant and more philosophic than her friends.

The more philosophic assailant of the rationalist, we assume, professes after all to stand or fall by reasoning.

The science of wealth now takes a more philosophic turn, and may be summed up in one word, debt.

His faith in Spiritualism and Swedenborgianism lost their hold on him and gave way to a more philosophic condition of mind.

The more philosophic a man's mind is, the less ready will he be to let an assertion pass without examination as obviously true.

He is simpler and deeper, more passionate and more philosophic, and attains in art to that harmony which he foretells in life.