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Sadni misspoke or used a different word spelled and pronounced the same as our philosophy. When a political candidate says that he and his opponent have different philosophies, he most likely marks a difference of opinion on matters philosophical by any measurematters of justice, liberty, human welfare, and the like. He uses the count noun to suggest settled conviction, we the mass noun to suggest continued inquiry. Some may wish to couch Mrs. Sadni's impression in the etymological equation of philosophy with the love of wisdom.
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Acting and Reflecting: The Interdisciplinary Turn in Philosophy by Patrick Suppes (auth.), Wilfried Sieg (eds.)