Definition for PHI-LOS'O-PHIZE

PHI-LOS'O-PHIZE, v.i. [from philosophy.]

To reason like a philosopher; to search into the reason and nature of things; to investigate phenomena and assign rational causes for their existence. Sir Isaac Newton lays down four rules for philosophising. Two doctors of the schools were philosophizing on the advantages of mankind above all other creatures. – L'Estrange.

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