philosophical

[ fil-uh-sof-i-kuh l or fil-uh-sof-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF philosophical

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PHILOSOPHICAL

I am a woman, I. I know nothing of philosophical philanthropy.

Every man has his own fashion of dining, remarked the philosophical American.

Then Bazouge, as he stumbled about, made a gesture of philosophical disdain.

The allegory has a political as well as a philosophical meaning.

Besides, as Plato would say, there are other corruptions of these philosophical statesmen.

Another criterion of the philosophical nature has also to be considered.

Like some other philosophical paradoxes, it would have been better left to die out.

Here he makes the opposite reflection, that there may be a philosophical disregard of words.

This letter which is printed in the Philosophical Transactions, Vol.

Thorpe had concluded his philosophical remarks with ruminative slowness.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PHILOSOPHICAL

ontological

adjectivepertaining to the nature of existence
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