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PHIPrograma Hidrológico Internacional (Spanish: International Hydrological Program)
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PHIPublic Health Inspector (Canada)
PHIPlatform High
PHIPublic Health Intelligence
PHIPopulation Health Impact
PHIPersonal History Interview (life/health underwriting)
PHIPharmacie Humanitaire Internationale (French: Humanitarian International Pharmacy)
PHIPacket Handler Interface
PHIpre-harvest inspection (timber harvesting)
PHIPhotonic Hit Indicator
PHIPrecision Hardware, Inc. (manufacturers of exit hardware)
PHIPhosphoexose Isomerase
PHIPineiro, Brazil (Airport Code)
PHIPorter Hetu International
PHIPacific Health Information Network
PHIPatient Health Information
PHIPublic Health Investigation (various locations)
References in classic literature ?
It was believed also that from writers mainly British and American fuller consideration of English Philosophy than it had hitherto received might be looked for.
The need which Professor Muirhead stressed is no less pressing to-day, and few will deny that philosophy has much to do with enabling us to meet it, although no one, least of all Muirhead himself, would regard that as the sole, or even the main, object of philosophy.
I have also to acknowledge the help of the editor of this Library of Philosophy, Professor Muirhead, for several suggestions by which I have profited.
Nor in what may be termed Plato's abridgement of the history of philosophy (Soph.
They pass from the subject to the object, from earth (diesseits) to heaven (jenseits) without regard to the gulf which later theology and philosophy have made between them.
The stream of ancient philosophy in the Alexandrian and Roman times widens into a lake or sea, and then disappears underground to reappear after many ages in a distant land.
In English philosophy too, many affinities may be traced, not only in the works of the Cambridge Platonists, but in great original writers like Berkeley or Coleridge, to Plato and his ideas.
Chemistry is that branch of natural philosophy in which the greatest improvements have been and may be made; it is on that account that I have made it my peculiar study; but at the same time, I have not neglected the other branches of science.
He too has a philosophy of his own at the service of his natural tendencies," he thought.
True to his ruling passion, philosophy had claimed him to the last, a set of Schopenhauer's works receiving his attention when able to study; but this was varied with readings in the 'Mermaid Series' of old plays, in which he took much pleasure.
He did not, however, take warning from 'Mardi,' but allowed himself to plunge more deeply into the sea of philosophy and fantasy.
An important aspect of Nietzsche's philosophy is brought to light in this discourse.