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Philosophic


PHILOSOPH'IC

PHILOSOPH'ICAL, adjective Pertaining to philosophy; as a philosophical experiment or problem.

1. Proceeding from philosophy; as philosophic price.

2. Suitable to philosophy; according to philosophy; as philosophical reasoning or arguments.

3. Skilled in philosophy; as a philosophical historian.

4. Given to philosophy; as a philosophical mind.

5. Regulated by philosophy or the rules of reason; as philosophic fare.

6. Calm; cool; temperate; rational; such as characterizes a philosopher.