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- n. One who pretends to be a philosopher.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A pretender in philosophy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A philosopher; especially, a would-be philosopher.
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To a philosophist it can sound like a thread of thought running in the society.
Lucian gives an account of one Peregrinus, a philosophist very famous in his time, who had a great number of disciples.
Russ J. Alan is a political philosophist and writer.
_philosophist_ party of the last century, able to dissolve anything by reason and reasoning, but unable to construct anything; for construction rests upon feeling, instinct, and will.
Nidhi), philosophist Mani Dravida Shastri (Shastra Nidhi) and musician and veena player R. Vishweshwaran (Nada Nidhi), while Bangalore-based advocate C.N. Ramaswamy Shastry was conferred the Datta Bandhu award for his involvement in social service activities.
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