Origin of philosophy
OTHER WORDS FROM philosophyan·ti·phi·los·o·phy, adjective, noun, plural an·ti·phi·los·o·phies.non·phi·los·o·phy, noun, plural non·phi·los·o·phies.
How to use philosophy in a sentence
The two carriers are headquartered in Kuala Lumpur but have vastly different profiles and operating philosophies.The Presumed Crash of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 Is Nothing Like MH370|Lennox Samuels|December 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
An amazing battle between two different philosophies has taken place on our TV screens during the last 15 years.Five Lessons the Faltering Music Industry Could Learn From TV|Ted Gioia|August 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I've carved out my own life, based on my own cultural philosophies, and left the debate behind (mostly).
Stay: A History of Suicide and the Philosophies Against Itby Jennifer Michael Hecht.
Instead they are men, real men, with philosophies, dreams, humor, and deep sadness.Finding God Behind Bars: A Look at Religion in American Prisons|Joshua DuBois|August 25, 2013|DAILY BEAST
He wandered from city to city and village to village to relieve misery and teach duties rather than theological philosophies.Beacon Lights of History, Volume I|John Lord
This is nothing more than a somewhat gross form of a doctrine upheld by most creeds and most philosophies.The Myths of the New World|Daniel G. Brinton
He re-read Kipling's Chant-Pagan with a new understanding, and began to search into neglected philosophies.Security|Poul William Anderson
Macfarlane had books, serious books: histories, philosophies, and scientific works; also a Bible and a dictionary.
Clemens listened and seemed soothed and impressed, but his philosophies were too wide and too deep for creeds and doctrines.
British Dictionary definitions for philosophy
Word Origin for philosophy
Cultural definitions for philosophy
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).