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philosophy

 [fĭ-los´ŏ-fe]
a system of beliefs and principles.
concordant philosophy a philosophical system used in kinlein, concerned with the practical aspects of a person on a day to day basis; a central principle is that of cordising. See also esca.

philosophy

(fĭ-lŏs′ō-fē)
1. The love or pursuit of knowledge.
2. A culturally determined system of beliefs, concepts, theories, or convictions.
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Chaves-Carballo (history and philosphy of medicine, Kansas University Medical Center) is also a physician with expertise in tropical diseases, and some of his interest in his subject stems from dismay at how much suffering they continue to cause, even when the science is underestood.
Co-Director of the Institute for Philosphy, Diversity and Mental Health
Carolyn Corsmeyer, Making the Sense of Taste: Food and Philosphy, Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1999, pp.
For anyone considering entering into the wealth management business, his advice is to live by a similar "client first" philosphy.
The Reds'medical staff will be assessing the extent of the damage to determine whether the Irishman -who has been one of the key components of Gerard Houllier's new attacking philosphy since his summer arrival from Fulham -is available for next weekend's trip to Middlesbrough.
Then I noticed the rare, almost archaic expressions he liked to use at certain moments, when a hidden wave of harmony, an inner prelude, would heighten his style; and it was also at these moments that he would speak of the "vain dream of life," the "inexhaustible torrent of beautiful appearances," the "sterile and delicious torment of understanding and loving," the "moving effigies that forever ennoble the venerable and charming facades of our cathedrals," that he expressed an entire philosphy, new to me, through marvellous images which seemed themselves to have awakened this harp-song which then arose and to which they provided a sublime accompaniment.
With the advent of positivism and analytic philosphy, many professional philosophers thought Dewey's time had come and gone many years earlier.
in English at New York University does not mean intelligence [sic], it does mean a long number of hours reading books other than Grisham and other bestsellers and exposure to philosphy [sic], plot, and symbolism in heavy enough doses to become queasy with the superficiality espoused by King.
Black Butte Porter was always our lead beer, under the philosphy that we'd lead in a smaller category," says Fish.
The Ogrizovic philosphy which promoted former City manager and globally-acclaimed coach Don Howe to admit: "Having been lucky enough to work with perhaps the best goalkeepers to play in English football - names like Peter Shilton, Ray Clemence, Bob Wilson, Pat Jennings, Chris Woods and David Seaman - without doubt Steve Ogrozovic rates alongside them.
The certification philosphy seems to be that CMAs may be called upon to perform many different jobs--both financial and non-financial, so the coverage of management and analysis is quite broad.