empirically

[ UK /ɛmpˈɪɹɪkli/ ]
[ US /ɛmˈpɪɹɪkəɫi, ɛmˈpɪɹɪkɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an empirical manner
    this can be empirically tested
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How To Use empirically In A Sentence

  • It has often been pointed out that “Water is H2O” is a necessary truth, but it can only be justified empirically, that is, a posteriori. A Priori Justification and Knowledge
  • In the one case, reason proceeds according to conceptions and can do nothing more than subject phenomena to these -- which can only be determined empirically, that is, a posteriori -- in conformity, however, with those conceptions as the rules of all empirical synthesis. The Critique of Pure Reason
  • What can generally be observed empirically is typically a form of irreducible complexity where if a part is taken away then a lack of function results. Assessing Causality
  • In that case, such a hypothesis would then have to withstand the rigors of both scientific method (empirically testing and proving or disproving the hypothesis) and peer review.
  • In particular, the morphological structures of the evolving dust aggregates and, therefore, their dynamic coupling to the nebular gas motion and their further evolution have hardly been investigated empirically.
  • An empirically well informed philosopher makes the cognitivist case against pictorialism. His Name Was Do Re Mi
  • Thus, the objective of this article is to empirically test the market power motive of vertical integration-a different objective from that of Bhuyan.
  • We have also INCREASED revenues to the US Treasury … again empirically measured. Think Progress » The Attack Dog Presidency
  • Mature creation is sometimes inappropriately referred to as "appearance of age"; however the latter term fallaciously implies that age can be seen or otherwise empirically measured. Answers in Genesis Articles
  • Reasons suggested for the poor outcome in clinic cases include that they have more severe problems, come from more distressed families, and receive less empirically supported interventions from staff with heavier caseloads.
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