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The Sagas are more solid and more philosophical than any romance or legend.

Burke was more philosophical when he said, “The revenue of the State is the State.”

This incident induced me to take a more philosophical view of affairs.

But its tone was more philosophical than that of Mme. du Deffand.

But, even in this respect, our theory is more philosophical than that of Darwin.

It would, perhaps, be more philosophical to investigate and inquire.

Recognising that, I started the subject of words, which is more philosophical.

The other point is more interesting, and of more philosophical importance.

Among the more philosophical articles of this creed, astronomy assumed a prominent place from a very early date.

It seemed to me to take a more philosophical view of the manner of judging the question than any other review.