[ UK /ʌnɒbzˈɜːvəbə‍l/ ]
  1. not accessible to direct observation
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How To Use unobservable In A Sentence

  • In the writings of the logical empiricists this view was closely allied to a sceptical attitude concerning the ontological status of the unobservable things postulated by scientific theories.
  • Even when samples are representative, some characteristics that affect individuals 'behavior remain unobservable, which makes it difficult, or impossible, to explain some of the variation among individuals. The Prize in Economics 2000 - Information for the Public
  • Does the same evolutionary predilection lead physicists and mathematicians to see beauty in the unobserved, or unobservable?
  • Those who conceptualize power from the first dimension are ‘opposed to any suggestion that interests might be unarticulated or unobservable’.
  • I tend to think that statements like ‘there is an unobservable pink fairy on my shoulder’ are meaningless.
  • However, origins science deals with the origin of things in the past - unique, unrepeatable, unobservable events.
  • As a result, Freshfields said the "unobservable" part of the hedge fund industry, outside of major jurisdictions, would attract market share and become more risky from a systemic perspective. Between the Hedges
  • This can theoretically exist in the world of action and so you need not postulate fundamentally unobservable preferences. Cowenian Advice: The Best and the Worst, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • If productivity declines represent a loss of ten to fifteen percent of average sales, then we can use this percentage as a proxy for the unobservable productivity figure.
  • But because structural changes to the true genealogy are generally unobservable, these studies all assume that observed variation is neutral, whereas the variation on which selection acts is unseen.
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