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1. Man and the Cosmos: An Introduction to Metaphysics by Joseph Alexander Leighton (1922)
"... his doctrine of reality, \ just as the religion of a nonphilosophical person must take its color from theological dogmas which he accepts and believes. ..."
2. The Concept of Knowledge by Panayot Butchvarov (1970)
"Under the influence of the ordinary, nonphilosophical usage of the word criterion, philosophers have often diverged ..."
3. A History of Modern Philosophy: (From the Renaissance to the Present) by Benjamin Chapman Burt (1892)
"(We may mention, of Hobbes's nonphilosophical works, his " Behemoth," a history of the Civil War, and a metrical translation of the " Iliad " and the ..."
4. Review of Theology & Philosophy edited by Allan Menzies (1906)
"... on Shakespearean tragedy; and in general the attempt thus to distinguish poets as either philosophical or nonphilosophical is of very doubtful value. ..."