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“The second religion, which is founded on that reverence which we have for what is like ourselves, we call the Philosophic; for the philosopher, who places himself in the middle, must draw downward to himself all that is higher, and upward to himself all that is lower, and only in this central position does he deserve the name of the sage.”
“A philosophic system which borrows its method from this tendency is termed Philosophic Anthropomorphism.”
“Godwin, who are also known as the Philosophic Radicals.”
“Knowell stands, however, at the head of a numerous and respectable class of persons, who may be entitled Philosophic Coxcombs.”
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““Interrogated whether he has not composed a work which appeared some years ago, entitled Philosophic Thoughts.”
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“(Art as Experience, Perigree, p. 55) "Philosophic or scientific inquiry" does enable the kind of dynamic, fully aware and integrated experience that Dewey values and that does have, precisely because it is dynamic, an aesthetic character.”
“The much-anticipated, full and unadultered review of the iPhone | Waxing Philosophic”
“Philosophic 'My Dog Tulip' gives dog lovers lots to chew on; 'Inhale,' on organ trade, could use a brain.”
“She was the author of "From Socrates to Sartre: The Philosophic Quest" 1984, a concise history of Western thought that used plain language to raise provocative questions, such as whether one could prove the existence of God and the meaning of existential author Jean-Paul Sartre's statement that man is "condemned to be free.”
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