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The word philodoxer was coined by the Greek philosopher Plato, who used it negatively. The word shares the root "philos" (which means "love") with philosopher. However, whereas "sophia" stands for "wisdom" (making philosopher literally translate as "lover of wisdom"), "doxa" means "opinion" or "belief" (making philodoxer translate literally as "lover of opinion").
Hussain is a Philodoxer.
by Hussain Savani March 30, 2008

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