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  • n. Plural form of philosophy.


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  • Certainly one of the greatest fundamental flaws in Democratic philosophies is that the government is the total, one and only, all-powerful owner of the economy.

    Economic stimulus reaches GOP critic's turf

  • The message from many religions and philosophies is essentially the same:

    Harlan Ellison on God

  • Further, neither of these philosophies is supported by the U.S. Constitution.

    More than three-quarters rate economic conditions poor

  • Neither of these philosophies is sustainable in the long run, and it's beginning to look like we're nearing the end of a long run that was started seventy or so years ago.

    More than three-quarters rate economic conditions poor

  • It is good to change your clothes for clean ones, change your furniture around, change your bad spending habits, change your erroneous thinking about certain philosophies, change the things that come into your house, and change the way you spend your time.

    Guarding the Home From Within.

  • I think instead it shows a difference in philosophies: the left expects government to take care of troubled situations, and the right expects people to either help themselves but need occasional charity to cover emergency situations.

    A 200 Year Turnaround « Tai-Chi Policy

  • But let's avoid hypocritical situations where certain philosophies are treated as exceptions to an otherwise firm rule.

    A Voice from the Middle Ground

  • You obviously have ample time to go to websites to which you totally disagree in philosophies with and try to provoke others into arguing with you because you find this tactic fun, but we really find you ridiculous.

    Think Progress » Ken Tomlinson,

  • "It makes it a whole lot different in philosophies when you are up by two instead of one."

    National Hockey League - Kings vs. Avalanche

  • The quickness of these dead philosophies is evident not only in the imposing form of Hegel, under whose shadow Schelling could still be said to be struggling, but also, more anxiously and melancholically, in the "Hegelianism" that Schelling himself once powerfully advanced and was never able completely to disavow.

    Mourning Becomes Theory: Schelling and the Absent Body of Philosophy


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