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filosofía

filosofía.

(Del lat. philosophĭa, y este del gr. φιλοσοφία).

1. f. Conjunto de saberes que busca establecer, de manera racional, los principios más generales que organizan y orientan el conocimiento de la realidad, así como el sentido del obrar humano.

2. f. Doctrina filosófica. La filosofía de Kant.

3. f. Conjunto de doctrinas que con este nombre se aprenden en los institutos, colegios y seminarios.

4. f. Facultad dedicada en las universidades a la ampliación de estos conocimientos.

5. f. Fortaleza o serenidad de ánimo para soportar las vicisitudes de la vida.

6. f. Manera de pensar o de ver las cosas. Su filosofía era aquella de vivir y dejar vivir.

~ analítica.

1. f. Fil. Corriente filosófica, de tradición anglosajona, que destaca la importancia del lenguaje, de su verificabilidad y precisión en el análisis de las proposiciones filosóficas.

~ moral.

1. f. La que trata de la bondad o malicia de las acciones humanas.

~ natural.

1. f. La que investiga las leyes de la naturaleza.
Fuente: Diccionario de la Real Academia Española


English

philosophy
Philosophy Phi*los"o*phy (fi^*lo^s"-o*fy^), n.; pl. {Philosophies} (f[i^]*l[o^]s"[-o]*f[i^]z). [OE. philosophie,
F. philosophie, L. philosophia, from Gr. filosofi`a. See
{Philosopher}.]
1. Literally, the love of, inducing the search after, wisdom;
in actual usage, the knowledge of phenomena as explained
by, and resolved into, causes and reasons, powers and
laws.
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Note: When applied to any particular department of knowledge, philosophy denotes the general laws or principles under
which all the subordinate phenomena or facts relating
to that subject are comprehended. Thus philosophy, when
applied to God and the divine government, is called
theology; when applied to material objects, it is
called physics; when it treats of man, it is called
anthropology and psychology, with which are connected
logic and ethics; when it treats of the necessary
conceptions and relations by which philosophy is
possible, it is called metaphysics.
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Note: ``Philosophy has been defined: -- the science of things divine and human, and the causes in which they are
contained; -- the science of effects by their causes;
-- the science of sufficient reasons; -- the science of
things possible, inasmuch as they are possible; -- the
science of things evidently deduced from first
principles; -- the science of truths sensible and
abstract; -- the application of reason to its
legitimate objects; -- the science of the relations of
all knowledge to the necessary ends of human reason; --
the science of the original form of the ego, or mental
self; -- the science of science; -- the science of the
absolute; -- the science of the absolute indifference
of the ideal and real. --Sir W. Hamilton.
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2. A particular philosophical system or theory; the hypothesis by which particular phenomena are explained.
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Books of Aristotle and his philosophie. --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

We shall in vain interpret their words by the notions of our philosophy and the doctrines in our
school. --Locke.
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3. Practical wisdom; calmness of temper and judgment; equanimity; fortitude; stoicism; as, to meet misfortune
with philosophy.
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Then had he spent all his philosophy. --Chaucer. [1913 Webster]

4. Reasoning; argumentation. [1913 Webster]

Of good and evil much they argued then, . . . Vain wisdom all, and false philosophy. --Milton.
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5. The course of sciences read in the schools. --Johnson. [1913 Webster]

6. A treatise on philosophy. [1913 Webster]

Philosophy of the Academy, that of Plato, who taught his disciples in a grove in Athens called the Academy.

Philosophy of the Garden, that of Epicurus, who taught in a garden in Athens.

Philosophy of the Lyceum, that of Aristotle, the founder of the Peripatetic school, who delivered his lectures in the
Lyceum at Athens.

Philosophy of the Porch, that of Zeno and the Stoics; -- so called because Zeno of Citium and his successors taught in
the porch of the Poicile, a great hall in Athens.
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Source: The Collaborative International Dictionary of English


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Jaime Barylko: El Pastor de la Verdad

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