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doxographer

/ (ˌdɒksˈɒɡrəfə) /
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noun

rare a person who collects the opinions and conjectures of ancient Greek philosophers

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Derived forms of doxographer

doxographic, adjectivedoxography, noun

Word Origin for doxographer

C19: from New Latin doxographus, from Greek doxa opinion, conjecture + graphos writer
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