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philos.

1. philosopher.
2. philosophical.
3. philosophy.
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References in classic literature ?
The word comes from two Greek words, philos loving, sophos wise, and means loving wisdom.
New Philos. Jour., Jan 1830) likewise frequent them.
HOPOS: J Intl Soc Hist Philos Sci 2(2):258-306, https://doi.org/10.1086/666843.
Among the topics are going with the flow: soul and truth in Heraclitus, the human as (w)hole: Aristophanes' contest with Socrates in Clouds, the origins of political life in Plato's Republic and Laws, Aristotle on Physics: analyzing the inner ambiguities and transgression of nature, hontina tropen gignetai philos: genesis versus alteration in the forming of friendships, and searching for the "why:" Plotinus on being and the One beyond being.
Inclusion criteria included closed, unstable PHFs without neurovascular complications at the time of injury which were subsequently treated by open reduction and internal fixation using PHILOS plates (Proximal Humerus Interlocking System, Synthes, Oberdorf, Switzerland).
We also needed to ensure that all 60 of us were well fed for the marathon, so we hired the fantastic Philos Outdoor Adventure (POA) to cater for us.
Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 2015;370(1670):20140080.
Using the insertion handle, the plate (Philos, DePuy Synthes, Solothurn, Switzerland) is slid along the humeral surface under the deltoid muscle and the axillary nerve.
Le livre du jour est Un monde AaAaAeA changer de Daniel BensaAaAaAeA d, philos et militant.
S Afr J Philos 2006;25(3)206-223 (not available online).