A philomath () from Greek φίλος philos ("beloved", "loving", as in philosophy or philanthropy) and μανθάνειν, μαθ- manthanein, math- ("to learn", as in polymath) is a lover of learning and studying. Philomathy is similar to, but distinguished from, philosophy in that -soph, the latter suffix, specifies "wisdom" or "knowledge", rather than the process of acquisition thereof. Philomath is not synonymous with polymath, as a polymath is someone who possesses great and detailed knowledge and facts from a variety of disciplines, while a philomath is someone who greatly enjoys learning and studying.

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  • A philomath () from Greek φίλος philos ("beloved", "loving", as in philosophy or philanthropy) and μανθάνειν, μαθ- manthanein, math- ("to learn", as in polymath) is a lover of learning and studying. Philomathy is similar to, but distinguished from, philosophy in that -soph, the latter suffix, specifies "wisdom" or "knowledge", rather than the process of acquisition thereof. Philomath is not synonymous with polymath, as a polymath is someone who possesses great and detailed knowledge and facts from a variety of disciplines, while a philomath is someone who greatly enjoys learning and studying. (en)
  • Un filomatemático (del griego φίλος: "amado"; y μανθάνω: "aprender"​​) es un amante del aprendizaje y el estudio. Este concepto se diferencia de filaletes, "amante de la verdad"​ y de filósofo "amante de la sabiduría o conocimiento"; pues el filomatemático es aquel que valora el proceso de adquisición más que el conocimiento en sí mismo. Tampoco es sinónimo de polímata, pues éste es alguien que posee conocimientos de una variedad (πολύ) de disciplinas, mientras que un filomatemático es alguien que disfruta aprendiendo y estudiando.​ (es)
  • Le accademie dei filomati erano associazioni di intellettuali. In Italia esistevano sedi a Firenze, Cesena, Lucca e Siena. Quest'ultima, istituita nel 1577 da Gerolamo Benvoglienti, nel 1654 confluì nell'Accademia degli intronati. Nel 1834 l'accademia di Lucca divenne pubblica assumendo il titolo di "regia". Il termine "filomati" letteralmente significa "amanti dell'apprendimento" (dal greco philein, "amare" e mathema, "scienza" o "apprendimento"). (it)
  • 一個愛學者(希臘語:φίλοςμανθάνειν,英語:Philomath)或愛學問的人是一個學習和研究的愛者,亦即好學。所以愛學者亦常常被稱作"好學的人"。社會上也有許多愛學者,如愛因斯坦和愛迪生。 (zh)
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  • A philomath () from Greek φίλος philos ("beloved", "loving", as in philosophy or philanthropy) and μανθάνειν, μαθ- manthanein, math- ("to learn", as in polymath) is a lover of learning and studying. Philomathy is similar to, but distinguished from, philosophy in that -soph, the latter suffix, specifies "wisdom" or "knowledge", rather than the process of acquisition thereof. Philomath is not synonymous with polymath, as a polymath is someone who possesses great and detailed knowledge and facts from a variety of disciplines, while a philomath is someone who greatly enjoys learning and studying. (en)
  • Un filomatemático (del griego φίλος: "amado"; y μανθάνω: "aprender"​​) es un amante del aprendizaje y el estudio. Este concepto se diferencia de filaletes, "amante de la verdad"​ y de filósofo "amante de la sabiduría o conocimiento"; pues el filomatemático es aquel que valora el proceso de adquisición más que el conocimiento en sí mismo. Tampoco es sinónimo de polímata, pues éste es alguien que posee conocimientos de una variedad (πολύ) de disciplinas, mientras que un filomatemático es alguien que disfruta aprendiendo y estudiando.​ (es)
  • Le accademie dei filomati erano associazioni di intellettuali. In Italia esistevano sedi a Firenze, Cesena, Lucca e Siena. Quest'ultima, istituita nel 1577 da Gerolamo Benvoglienti, nel 1654 confluì nell'Accademia degli intronati. Nel 1834 l'accademia di Lucca divenne pubblica assumendo il titolo di "regia". Il termine "filomati" letteralmente significa "amanti dell'apprendimento" (dal greco philein, "amare" e mathema, "scienza" o "apprendimento"). (it)
  • 一個愛學者(希臘語:φίλοςμανθάνειν,英語:Philomath)或愛學問的人是一個學習和研究的愛者,亦即好學。所以愛學者亦常常被稱作"好學的人"。社會上也有許多愛學者,如愛因斯坦和愛迪生。 (zh)
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  • Filomatemático (es)
  • Philomath (en)
  • Philomathe (fr)
  • Accademia dei filomati (it)
  • 爱学问的人 (zh)
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