Philosophate

Phi`los´o`phate


v. i.1.To play the philosopher; to moralize.
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80) Indeed, when Tyrrell's evangelical Thomism began to cause real problems at the philosophate of St.
His Jesuit formation followed the path of Novitiate, Juniorate, Philosophate, Regency, Theologate, Ordination, and Tertianship.
At the time at which Morris' edition of A Hundred Meditations on the Love of God was published, and during the previous three years while he was presumably working with the original manuscript at Stonyhurst, Gerard Hopkins was studying in the Jesuit Philosophate at St.
His appointment to the Jesuit philosophate just three years after ordination suggests he succeeded admirably.