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Unlike the approaches favored by other Justices, Breyer’s brand of well-tempered empiricism forced him to be candid about what informed his judgment.What the Supreme Court Loses With Justice Breyer's Retirement|Aziz Huq|June 30, 2022|Time
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.
This change in the character of vocal instruction will not be in any sense a return to empiricism.
The term empiricism is, however, now applied to any philosophical system which finds all its material in experience.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various