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Definition of "philosophie" []

  • Obsolete form of philosophy. (noun)

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  • "-- One Sylvan Marechal, author of a work he calls philosophie, has written a sort of farce, which has been performed very generally, where all the Kings in Europe are brought together as so many monsters; and when the King of France is enquired after as not being among them, a Frenchman answers, -- "Oh, he is not here -- we have guillotined him -- we have cut off his head according to law.""
  • "In his Repastinatio dialectice et philosophie, which is extant in three versions with slightly different titles,"
  • "One Sylvan Marechal, author of a work he calls philosophie, has written a sort of farce, which has been performed very generally, where all the Kings in Europe are brought together as so many monsters; and when the King of France is enquired after as not being among them, a Frenchman answers, ” “Oh, he is not here ” we have guillotined him ” we have cut off his head according to law.” ”"