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Filosofi (kusuka eka Xigriki φιλοσοφία, philosophia, leswi vulaka "Kurhandza vuthlarhi"[1][2]) i tidyondzo ta mintlimbo leyi yelanaka na vutomi, vutivi, miehleketo na tindzimi.[3] Rito leri ringava risimekiwe hi Pythagoras (c. 570–495 BCE). Maendlele ya Filosofi mahlanganisa kuvutisa, kuvulavurisana loku enteke, minjekanjekiswano yo vulavula na mavekele ya timhaka hi ku ololoka. Swivutiso swa Filosofi swakhale swi hlanganisa: Xana swakoteka ku tiva nchumu wokarhi uthlela usekela vutivi byebyo?[4] Incini lexi ngakona hakunene? Hambi swiritano, vafilosofa vanga ha vutisa swivutiso lesw khomekaka swofana na: Xana hiyona ndlela leyi nene yo hanya? Xana swa antswa ku lulama kumbe ku homboloka?[5] Xana vanhu vana kuti langela loku ntsuxekeke?[6]

Hikuya himatimu, "Filosofi" yi hlanganisa vutivi hinkwabyo.[7] Kusukela eka nkarhi wa khale ka mafilosofa wa mugriki Aristotle ku fikela eka lembe xidzana ra vu 19, "Filosoi ya ntumbuluko" yihlanganise Ntivo-tinyeleti, Vutshunguri na Fiziksi.

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  1. "Strong's Greek Dictionary 5385". 
  2. "Home : Oxford English Dictionary". oed.com. 
  3. A.C. Grayling, Philosophy 1: A Guide through the Subject (Oxford University Press, 1998), p. 1: "The aim of philosophical inquiry is to gain insight into questions about knowledge, truth, reason, reality, meaning, mind, and value."
  4. "Contemporary Skepticism Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy". www.iep.utm.edu. Retrieved 25 April 2016. 
  5. "The Internet Classics Archive | The Republic by Plato". classics.mit.edu. Retrieved 25 April 2016. 
  6. "Free Will Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy". www.iep.utm.edu. Retrieved 25 April 2016. 
  7. "Philosophy". www.etymonline.com. Online Etymological Dictionary. Retrieved 19 March 2016. "The English word "philosophy" is first attested to c. 1300, meaning "knowledge, body of knowledge.""