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Philia (ə or ə) is one of the four ancient Greek words for love. Philia (φιλíα) in Aristotle`s Nicomachean Ethics is usually translated as `friendship`, though in fact his use of the term is much broader. == Aristotle`s view == As Gerard Hughes points out, in Books VIII and IX Aristotle give...
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[Greco-Roman magic] Out of all of the forms of love magic that existed in the Greco-Roman world, the two most common were eros and philia. Unlike eros, which was more commonly used by men, philia magic was utilized by women and others who were considered to be social inferiors. Since there w...
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[song] "Philia" is the sixth single by Versailles, released on March 16, 2011. The title track was used as the theme song to the TV show Onegai Kanaete Versailles, which starred the band themselves. The single came in three editions, each with a different cover: a regular with just the CD, a...
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The Philia culture (or Philia group) existed on the island of Cyprus in the Middle and Late Bronze Age between 2400 and 1600 BC. ==Discovery== The culture was first identified by Porphyrios Dikaios in 1942 at Philia (Laksia tou Kasinou) in the Ovgros valley of Cyprus. Diakos discovered pottery, kno...
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From http://www.spokaneoutdoors.com/images/kamiakinyoung.jpg , taken in the 1800s ...
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Braystones railway station, Cumbria, England, early evening, 10 November 2007 ...
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Rarely used term for one interested in the study of medicine. ... Origin: G. Philos, fond, + iatreia, practice of medicine ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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philiater 1. A term used for someone who is interested in the study of medicine; a medical student. 2. Having a special attraction to or fondness for the study of medicine.
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Type: Term Pronunciation: fil′ē-ā′tĕr, fi-lī′ă-tĕr Definitions: 1. Historic term for one interested in the study of medicine.
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