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experimental philosophy

noun

a type of philosophy that relies on gathering and interpreting data through experiments testing thought and reasoning

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Some work in experimental philosophy can be seen as undercutting the traditional methods and presuppositions of analytic philosophy.

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  • And it is the Business of experimental philosophy to find them out.

    Opticks Isaac Newton
  • For Hypotheses are not to be regarded in experimental philosophy.

    Opticks Isaac Newton
  • For the modern world is founded upon science, and may be said to begin with the experimental philosophy of Bacon.

    Gulmore, The Boss Frank Harris
  • Whatever is not founded on phenomena is hypothesis, and has no place in experimental philosophy.

    A Logic Of Facts George Jacob Holyoake
  • It is impossible to write a useful or correct treatise in experimental philosophy without mentioning this man's name.

  • And are not the principles of experimental philosophy the same in politics as in medicine?

  • Willis was 37 years old in 1837 when he was appointed professor of natural and experimental philosophy at Cambridge.

  • He had a competent knowledge of geometry, astronomy, and every branch of natural and experimental philosophy.

  • It is impossible to write a useful or correct treatise in experimental philosophy without mentioning this mans name.

    Medieval Medicine

    James J. (James Joseph) Walsh

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