It was a delightful, counterintuitive concept, perfectly suited to the philosophy, attitude, and technology of the Internet.
That philosophy Obama followed in giving Congress a leadership role in drafting the health care bill.
But the strength of the movement demonstrates the absence of any real ideas or philosophy in the Republican Party.
If he says to me, Why should I seek to know the secrets of philosophy?
What drew you to the study of philosophy, and how does that subject tincture your fiction?
Vivian, in spite of his philosophy, felt the excitement of the moment.
He deduced them from philosophy and sought to bring them to act on life.
Every principle of science, every deduction of philosophy, is a tool.
A similar tendency marked the sects of philosophy at the same time.
Now in philosophy this attitude of mind has not as yet been achieved.
c.1300, "knowledge, body of knowledge," from Old French filosofie "philosophy, knowledge" (12c., Modern French philosophie) and directly from Latin philosophia and from Greek philosophia "love of knowledge, pursuit of wisdom; systematic investigation," from philo- "loving" (see philo-) + sophia "knowledge, wisdom," from sophis "wise, learned;" of unknown origin.
Nec quicquam aliud est philosophia, si interpretari velis, praeter studium sapientiae; sapientia autem est rerum divinarum et humanarum causarumque quibus eae res continentur scientia. [Cicero, "De Officiis"]Meaning "system a person forms for conduct of life" is attested from 1771.
[Philosophical problems] are, of course, not empirical problems; but they are solved through an insight into the workings of our language, and that in such a way that these workings are recognized -- despite an urge to misunderstand them. The problems are solved, not through the contribution of new knowledge, rather through the arrangement of things long familiar. Philosophy is a struggle against the bewitchment (Verhexung) of our understanding by the resources of our language. [Ludwig Wittgenstein, "Philosophical Investigations," 1953]
A study that attempts to discover the fundamental principles of the sciences, the arts, and the world that the sciences and arts deal with; the word philosophy is from the Greek for “love of wisdom.” Philosophy has many branches that explore principles of specific areas, such as knowledge (epistemology), reasoning (logic), being in general (metaphysics), beauty (aesthetics), and human conduct (ethics).