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- n. A person who creates superficial arguments or offers meaningless solutions, instead of practical ones.
- n. A philosopher, a person who writes or reasons in philosophy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who philosophizes.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who philosophizes. Also spelled philosophiser.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who considers situations from a philosophical point of view
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Wells philosophizer-fighter in me that wants to topple free market capitalism and all of its corporate kids because they exploit workers and steal resources and pollute our Earth for profit.
Fortunately for lovers of romance, genius cannot be wholly analyzed, even by the most adroit historical philosophizer or the most exacting champion of heredity.
The poet is not his best as a planned philosophizer; for in that role he becomes self-conscious; but is at his best when the wheel of his burning spirit, revolving as the planets do, throws off sparks or streams of fire.
A lot and with sprinkles, since speakers include the lugubrious investor and hedge fund philosophizer Peter Thiel and skunk-at-a-Web-garden-party author Malcolm Gladwell.
The "Transformers" bombshell-cum-uninhibited philosophizer also contemplates - reluctantly - what she would say to Megatron to keep him from destroying the world.
You're neither bloodthirsty nor impotent, Neither a philosophizer nor a warlord.
"Barras and Reubell, by dint of exciting the imagination of that poor little philosophizer La