Let us lie down in the sheltered shade of the mossy walls of the sheepfold—take a drop of Glenlivet—and philosophise.
He is only in a quite secondary sense the animal who can philosophise.
I have learnt to philosophise in my travels, and if I had not, complaint was useless.
It is but right to add that he did not philosophise much on the subject.
By these means, they acquired a great renown; to philosophise was continually in their mouths and their writings.
But when death comes into a household, we do not philosophise—we only feel.
To philosophise his repulsive subject-matter was the author's ambition.
And you philosophise to me on the necessity of buying food and getting into flesh.
God forbid, says one in Plato, that to philosophise were only to read a great many books, and to learn the arts.
To philosophise on that teaching of Scripture is not my business here.