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no object To philosophize after the manner of Philo Judaeus. Only in proverbial phrase "either Philo Platonizes or Plato Philonizes" and variants.
Early 17th century; earliest use found in John Healey (c1585–c1616), translator. From post-classical Latin Philonizare to philosophize after the manner of Philo Judaeus from Philon-, Philo + -izare.
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