philosophize

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To philosophically ponder or reason out
to seek ultimate causes and principles
phi·loso·phize philosophizes philosophizing philosophized in BRIT, also use philosophise If you say that someone is philosophizing, you mean that they are talking or thinking about important subjects, sometimes instead of doing something practical. He philosophized, he admitted, not because he was certain of establishing the truth, but because it gave him pleasure. a tendency to philosophize about racial harmony. + philosophizing phi·loso·phiz·ing The General was anxious to cut short the philosophizing and get down to more urgent problems. philosophise to talk about serious subjects in detail or for a long time
{v} to reason like a philosopher
To reason like a philosopher; to search into the reason and nature of things; to investigate phenomena, and assign rational causes for their existence
{f} think or reason like a philosopher, moralize, express truisms, rationalize, intellectualize (also philosophise)
reason philosophically
philosophizer
A person who creates superficial arguments or offers meaningless solutions, instead of practical ones
philosophizer
A philosopher, a person who writes or reasons in philosophy
philosophise
{f} think or reason like a philosopher, moralize, express truisms, rationalize, intellectualize (also philosophize)
philosophized
present participle of philosophize
philosophizer
{i} person who philosophizes, person who thinks or reasons like a philosopher; person who think carefully about situations from a philosophical viewpoint (also philosophiser)
philosophizer
someone who considers situations from a philosophical point of view
philosophizer
One who philosophizes
philosophizes
third-person singular of philosophize
philosophizing
the exposition (often superficially) of a particular philosophy
philosophizing
third-person singular of philosophize
philosophize
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