Philosopher synonyms

fĭ-lŏs'ə-fər
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A person who studies or teaches logic.
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A magus or wizard, now especially one of the three biblical magi.
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A wise person or spiritual teacher; a man or woman of gravity and wisdom, especially, a teacher venerable for years, and of sound judgment and prudence; a grave or stoic philosopher.
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A person of learning; one who is versed in literature or science.
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In ancient Greece, any of a group of teachers of rhetoric, politics, philosophy, etc., some of whom were notorious for their clever, specious arguments
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Athenian lawgiver and poet. His reforms preserved a class system based on wealth but ended privilege by birth.
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A specialist in a given branch of knowledge:
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One who forms a theory.
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Plural form of thought
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(Rare) A male given name.
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(Person, proper) A masculine name: dim. Alec, Alex, Sandy; equiv. Fr. Alexandre, It. Alessandro, Russ. Aleksandr, Scot. Alistair, Sp. Alejandro; fem. Alexandra, Alexandrina
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Greek philosopher who held that objects are made up of infinitesimal parts, each of which contains a mixture of every different type of matter.
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A male given name; quite rare in English.
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Any of several places, including a city in California.
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Italian theologian and philosopher who taught that the goal of all the arts and sciences is the direct contemplation of God.
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A city in Minnesota
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(Slang) An erection.
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The Roman statesman and orator Mārcus Tullius Cicero (106-43 BC).
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French mathematician and philosopher known for his work on the mathematical theory of probability and for his philosophical study Sketch for a Historical Picture of the Progress of the Human Mind (1795).
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(Person, proper) A masculine name
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An English and Welsh patronymic surname derived from Harry, the medieval form of Henry.
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A surname​.
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A German surname​, notably borne by the German philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.
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An Ancient Greek male given name, notably borne by Heraclitus of Ephesus, a pre-Socratic Ionian philosopher
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A German surname​, notably borne by the German philosopher and educator Johann Friedrich Herbart.
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A patronymic surname​.
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A Scottish habitational surname from Home in Berwickshire.
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A surname​.
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A taxonomic genus within the family Trochilidae.
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Archaic spelling of lock.
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A surname​.
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Roman philosopher and poet. His long poem On the Nature of Things expounds the atomistic physics of Epicurus in order to free its readers of superstition and the fear of death.
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Family of American comedians, including the brothers Leonard (1887–1961), known as “Chico”; Arthur (1888–1964), known as “Harpo”; Julius (1890–1977), known as “Groucho”; Milton (1892–1977), known as “Gummo”; and Herbert (1901–1979), known as “Zeppo.” Some of their many popular Broadway shows were made into movies, including Horse Feathers (1932) and Duck Soup (1933).
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Chinese Confucian philosopher who taught that people are innately good and that one's nature can be enhanced or perverted by one's environment.
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Many toponymic place names, or parts of place names, derived from moor.
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Greek philosopher and a founder of the Eleatic tradition.
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A programming language designed to support structured programming and used in teaching, applications, and systems programming.
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A village in Illinois.
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Egyptian-born Roman philosopher who founded Neo-Platonism. His writings are collected in The Enneads.
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Alternative spelling of prat.
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A surname​.
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Greek philosopher. Considered the first Sophist, he taught a philosophy based on his maxim “Man is the measure of all things.”
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Greek philosopher who founded a school in southern Italy that sought to discover the mathematical principles of reality through the study of musical harmony and geometry. The Pythagorean theorem is ascribed to him.
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A surname​.
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A town in Arkansas, and other U.S. places named for bearers of the surname.
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(Proper, person) Masculine name
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(Person, proper) A masculine name: dim. Russ; var. Russel
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A peculiar bronzelike luster in certain minerals, often iridescent, caused by the diffraction of light in embedded crystals
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Greek philosopher who is traditionally considered the first Western philosopher and a founder of geometry and abstract astronomy. He maintained that matter is composed of water.
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A person who specializes or is versed in metaphysics
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A person who creates superficial arguments or offers meaningless solutions, instead of practical ones.
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One who syllogizes.
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