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1 A philosopher from Yunnan University, Wang was a victim of plagiarism.
2 The philosopher demonstrated a philosophical principle.
3 And the way you show respect for a philosopher is by taking those arguments seriously and asking yourself, do they work or not?
4 Mainly because the precise definition of trafficking, and hence of trafficking victims, is in reality quite difficult-whether you are a policeman or a moral philosopher.
5 It suggests, from the beginning, a kind of loftiness and impartiality of perspective characteristic of the philosopher, but not necessarily the citizen.
6 My colleague, the philosopher Tamar Gendler, describes the Grand canyon Skywalk, a glass walkway that extends 70 feet from the canyon's rim.
7 As a philosopher and scientist, da Vinci strove to understand what he observed in his close studies of nature.
8 Change, indeed, is painful, yet ever needful, "said philosopher 14 Thomas Carlyle."
9 What advice do you have for our young philosopher?
10 The philosopher enunciated a new theory.
11 Religious scholar and philosopher, Augustine produced works, principally his Confessions and his City of God, that are classics in both the philosophy of religion and Christian doctrine.
12 This makes it difficult you could say and this is Aristotle's point I think this makes it difficult for the philosopher to be a good citizen of any actual regime.
13 youth, Socrates was a pupil of the philosopher Archelaus, and thereafter practised philosophy without ever writing any of it down.
14 Misfortunes of a nation may turn out to be fortunes of a philosopher," noted Qian Mu, a renowned expert in Chinese cultural studies.
15 than two millennia ago, a Greek philosopher and scientist Archimedes said, "Give me a lever and I will move the world.
16 Sit around doing nothing for a couple years, and you can call yourself an experienced meditator, philosopher, or politician.
17 Why are you so wary of thought"? Said the philosopher.
18 On the cover of one of my books, Up from Eden, was a quote from Rollo: "Ken Wilber is the most passionate philosopher I know."
19 McInnes concluded by quoting the English philosopher Bertrand Russell: "If I were a medical man, I should prescribe a holiday to any patient who considers work important.
20 After my meeting with Ayer, I devised a plan to ask each philosopher I photographed for three names of philosophers they admired.
21 According to the philosopher Kierkegaard, admiration for someone is like admitting defeat.
22 And if it is true, as Nietzsche claims, that a philosopher, to deserve our respect, must preach by example, you can appreciate the importance of that reply, for it will precede the definitive act.
23 The philosopher stressed that good order is the basis of prosperity and security.
24 So, every philosopher or psychologist or humanist or neuroscientist who has ever thought about people has had to make some claim about the nature of language and how it works.
25 Sensitivities are so acute that to criticise the players’ values, discipline or team spirit—one philosopher called them “a gang of yobs with the morals of the mafia”—is to be accused of racism.
26 It could be in this mode that a philosopher is moralizing over the grave or it could be a cultural critic.
27 These fishwife vehicles, in which one feels one knows not what shadows, set the philosopher to thinking.
28 As a philosopher, I mean, which is how you were addressing me.
29 The moral weight of Karl Marx’s criticisms of 19th-century capitalism even won him praise from the high priest of Western liberalism, Karl Popper, a Viennese-born philosopher who emigrated to London.
30 person who goes around in robes, he grows his beard long, he carries scrolls around so he can look like a philosopher.