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philosophical

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of or relating to philosophy or philosophers
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"All right," replied the clerk, philosophically putting up his paper and pen into a greasy and well-worn writing-case.
"Oh, well, girls will be girls," he muttered philosophically.
After all, so much the worse for those who do not find me to their taste!" said Montalais philosophically.
"Nevertheless, let me tell you that, if, instead of loving Louise coldly and philosophically, you had endeavored to awaken her to love - "
"Well, we must make the best of it," Helen replied philosophically. It was very hot, and they were indifferent to any amount of silence, so that they lay back in their chairs waiting for something to happen.
He had lived too long and too philosophically to lay blame on a dog for breaking a taboo which it did not know.
Philosophically, it is also called a festive of forget and forgive and of repairing broken relationships.
Told honestly but philosophically, this is the story of two young peoples love in the aftermath of World War II, as some traumas were healing and others were only beginning, laying bare the underacknowledged Holocaust in the USSR.
This question appears to be at the same time formally tractable and philosophically significant.
As humanists, we are self-aware and self-empowered; we need only be true to the "compassion" and the "human need and interest" we philosophically claim as ethical priorities, and contribute to them--dare I say it--faithfully.
Contrary to the dominant view found within the secondary literature, he argues that the various treatments and talk of conscience using various terms are philosophically coherent descriptions of the same thing.
Thinking philosophically is not something that comes easily and especially so if it is not encouraged, as in the UK, by an education system concerned primarily with economic value and normative assessment.