The word 'philosophy' consists of two Greek words, namely, 'philos' and 'sophia'. hence the etymological meaning of the term is 'the friendship or love of wisdom'. As such, a philosopher may be called a 'wise man'. However, this title is too pretentious. Therefore, Socrates defined a philosopher as 'a seeker after wisdom'. Even when so defined the term 'philosophy' does not become any more precise. the important thing is to note that philosophy seeks wisdom, and not knowledge, and not the empirical knowledge. Indian philosophers aimed at immorality and not a world of sentient happiness. (Masih, Y., A Critical History of Western Philosophy, 1994)
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