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- n. Plural form of phylosopher.
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"phylosophers" believe that good cannot exist without it, but because we let it exist.
In a Monarchy there may be poets, painters and Musicians, but orators, Historians and phylosophers can exist in a Republic alone.
As to what upset her this very night as is, -- and I must say for her, I've knowed her now for six years, and I never knowed _her_ upset afore, -- and as to what upset her, all I can say is, it may or may not ha 'been what phylosophers call a coincydence; but at the same time, if it wasn't a coincydence, and if the Almighty had a hand in it, it were no more than you might expect.
If we only presented ourselves as Drs Lawyers, intelligent men and woman, teachers phylosophers, etc then they may still think that but over seas you would see them ASSIMILATING their folk to that image, why do you see Indians come over going to college and not be listeners of hiphop? because of it's image, yet in their poor areas they have those who listen to hiphop, but they want to be like Puppet Sense and not Lupe.