How do archaeologists wrap an empirical mind around capturing history?
Manzi, who founded a company that makes software expediting RFTs, is an enthusiast of this empirical approach, and rightly so.
No empirical data support his claim that the birth of a baby with Down syndrome makes the world—or the baby—unhappier.
The book is less interested in [testing methods] than in the limits of empirical knowledge.
Indeed, empirical evidence makes hash of the myth that culture makes the athlete.
"Science and Health" knows nothing also of any medical science save the empirical methods of the medical science of 1860 and 1870.
There is after all some justification for Guetta's criticism of empirical instruction.
The mechanical doctrines are used in the attempt to interpret the empirical knowledge.
empirical teaching based on the singer's sensations is of no avail.
I would suggest once again that the only real test to which the value of these arguments can be submitted is the empirical test.
empirical em·pir·i·cal (ěm-pēr'ĭ-kəl)
Relying on or derived from observation or experiment.
Verifiable or provable by means of observation or experiment.
Of or being a philosophy of medicine emphasizing practical experience and observation over scientific theory.