Both sat quite still for some time; then the philosophe gently drew the landlord's letter from between Aurora's hands.
During our stay of about a week at philosophe the village was quiet.
Such are the memorable quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns, and the philosophe idea of perfectibility and human progress.
But neither of them can in the least be called a philosophe.
Many others of the philosophe set occupied themselves with these and similar subjects, notably the Abbés Morellet and Galiani.
This philosophe inconnu (as his ticket-name goes in French) is, I fancy, even more unknown in England.
Besides the general objection that it was the theorizing of a philosophe, exception was taken to particular parts of the argument.
Both laughed a little, the philosophe feebly, and Aurora with an excited tremor.
The eyes of the philosophe, probably for the first time since the death of the giant, lost their pride.
Condorcet's works are voluminous, and partake strongly of the philosophe character.
"Enlightenment rationalist and skeptic," especially in reference to any of the French Encyclopædists, often disparaging (when used by believers), 1774, from French philosophe, literally "philosopher" (see philosopher). Usually italicized in English, but nativized by Peter Gay ("The Enlightenment," 1966) and others. Also philosophist (1798).