I'm doing an investigation into Zarathushtrian influence on the Greek philosophers. The Zarathushtrians in a sense worshipped wisdom. Ahura Mazda was their "Lord of Wisdom." Thales is considered the first Greek philsopher and he was with Croseus in Asia Minor when Cyrus invaded Lydia. This would have been the starting point for contact between the Milesian school of philosophy and the Zarathushtrians. What I'm trying to ascertain is whether it's possible the word philosophy itself could have been influenced by Ahura Mazda. Of course, if the term wasn't coined back then this deduction would make no sense. But if the word philosophy wasn't coined by Thale's time when was it coined?