- em·pir·i·cist, noun, adjective
- an·ti·em·pir·i·cism, noun
- an·ti·em·pir·i·cist, noun, adjective
- non·em·pir·i·cism, noun
- pro·em·pir·i·cism, noun, adjective
- pro·em·pir·i·cist, noun
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How to use empiricism in a sentence
Roosevelt, the Emperor of empiricism, never learned the lesson Keynes tried to teach.
If President-elect Obama truly does forecast a new Age of empiricism, then Larry is the best choice for Treasury.
Throughout civilized Europe a sort of carnival of empiricism prevailed.Art in England | Dutton Cook
Aristotle, by long odds the greatest naturalist of antiquity, laid the first philosophic basis for empiricism.An Epitome of the History of Medicine | Roswell Park
To the vocal scientist, "wearing the voice into place" represents the depth of empiricism.The Psychology of Singing | David C. Taylor
British Dictionary definitions for empiricism
- empiricist, noun, adjective
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