Weeping Philosopher

Weeping Philosopher, a sobriquet given to Heraclitus (q.v.) from a melancholy disposition ascribed to him, in contrast with Democritus (q.v.), designated the laughing philosopher.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Week * Wei-hai-wei
Wealth
Weber, Karl Maria von
Weber, Wilhelm Eduard
Webster, Daniel
Webster, John
Webster, Noah
Wedgwood, Josiah
Wednesbury
Wednesday
Week
Weeping Philosopher
Wei-hai-wei
Weimar
Weingartner, Felix
Weismann, August
Weiss, Bernhard
Weissenfels
Weissnichtwo
Weizsächer, Karl
Welldon, James Edward Cowell
Weller, Sam