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from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a sophical manner.

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Examples

  • Emerson reacted to specific doctrines — Brahman, karma, and maya — which he analyzed and discoursed upon philo - sophically.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • In the twentieth century Riemann became philo - sophically unassailable; and his status became enhanced when his geometry was elected to be the setting for the General Theory of Relativity, which filled philoso - phers with awe.

    SPACE

  • Brown's Life against Death (1959), and in many philo - sophically oriented novels.

    PERFECTIBILITY OF MAN

  • Even in many theories where such material facticity is held to be a philo - sophically inadequate basis for individuation it seems rather because these philosophies “dematerialize mat - ter” than because the empirical connection of “matter” with individuals has been abandoned.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • But for a considerable period of the twentieth century, existentialism was a philo - sophical movement that numbered many nonphilo - sophically trained people among its adherents.

    EXISTENTIALISM

  • Philo - sophically, the concept is based on the presupposition that the time has a material meaning and is imbued with content.

    ZEITGEIST

  • On the whole the group consisted mainly of scientifically or mathematically oriented philosophers, or of philo - sophically gifted scientists or mathematicians.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • (It is fair to stress that some of the philo - sophically most important sections of Principles of

    TIME

  • Page 612, Volume 2 sophically” arranged, the order of concepts is reversed.

    INFINITY

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