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NounEdit

philosophie (countable and uncountable, plural philosophies)

  1. Obsolete form of philosophy.

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EtymologyEdit

Old French philosophie < Latin philosophia, from Ancient Greek.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /fi.lɔ.zɔ.fi/
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NounEdit

philosophie f (plural philosophies)

  1. philosophy, the study of thoughts
  2. philosophy, one's manner of thinking.
  3. (printing, dated) small pica: 11-point type
  4. a philosophical (calm and stoically accepting) attitude
    L'accusé a accueilli le verdict de culpabilité avec philosophie.

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EtymologyEdit

Anglo-Norman and Old French philosophie < Latin philosophia, from Ancient Greek.

NounEdit

philosophie (plural philosophies)

  1. philosophy

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  • English: philosophy

Old FrenchEdit

EtymologyEdit

Latin philosophia, from Ancient Greek.

NounEdit

philosophie f (oblique plural philosophies, nominative singular philosophie, nominative plural philosophies)

  1. philosophy (area of study)