Dictes and Sayings of the Philosophers ("The Sayings of the Philosophers") is an incunabulum, or early printed book, that was printed by William Caxton and finished on November 18, 1477.

The book is a long prose text of quotations making a compendium of philosopher’s words of wisdom, or Dits Moraulx des Philosophes', according to the French manuscript from which it was translated, collected from biblical, classical, and legendary philosophers. Most passages are preceded by a biographical story of the philosopher that ranges from a few words to several pages.

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