Translation of philosophy in Spanish:
- 1.1 uncountable/no numerable (subject) filosofía (feminine) the philosophy of science la filosofía de la cienciaExample sentences1.2 countable/numerable (particular school, belief) filosofía (feminine) live and let live: that's my philosophy mi filosofía es vive y deja vivir
- Theology ‘is an academic discipline like philosophy, English literature or the classics,’ he said.
- One of the fundamental tasks of philosophy has always been to determine what belongs to nature.
- Those who question the existence of African philosophy argue that philosophy is rooted in epistemology and metaphysics.
- At Jena, Hegel published a long pamphlet on the differences between the philosophies of Fichte and Schelling: in every case, in his opinion, Schelling's view was to be preferred.
- Compatibilist philosophies seek to reconcile free will and determinism in a modern time.
- This is because traditional notions of determinism in positivist and empiricist philosophies of science produced the odd idea that causation in the human world is agent-less and is not a force.
- Urban schools provide a different context for the development of knowledge, attitudes, and philosophies that guide the behaviors of beginning teachers.
- The philosophy of ‘live by the camera, die by the camera ‘must also be on the minds of some editors.’
- The philosophy of auctions took off in the '90s, and one can grant de facto property rights without de jure property rights.
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