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1. It was the dawn of the age of empiricism.
2. For though neither empiricism nor idealism are satisfactory in themselves, Ishmael does make use of both.
3. We did not condemn empiricism outright, merely its substitution for reality.
4. Empiricism and positivism have been put to flight in anthropology, philosophy, aesthetics, economics.
5. Empiricism is principally the use of replicable experimental techniques, applied to texts.
6. The distinction between rationalism and empiricism relates to a distinction between knowledge acquired by reason and knowledge acquired by the senses.
7. It therefore rejected empiricism and was particularly critical of utilitarianism.
8. The opposite of empiricism is rationalism.
9. It is in this sense that Comte repudiates empiricism.
10. Some are obviously tinged with relatively unalloyed empiricism.
11. Rationalism usually considers itself more religious than empiricism.
12. He tried to syncretize historical and logical empiricism view on scientific rationality.
13. Pragmatism agrees with empiricism in its emphasis on the priority of experience over a priori reasoning.
14. In logical empiricism methodology,(sentencedict.com) Falsificationism is the core while Positivism is the complement.
15. Some of which can be guilty of scientism, empiricism, and materialism.
16. Criticism of Hume's empiricism, direct destruction of the traditional religion, theology, all reasonable evidence, camel, led to drastic moves to the bankruptcy of its theoretical foundation.
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17. Indeed, they have been embarrassed by them, having so internalized the epistemological criteria of positivism, empiricism and pragmatism.
18. These suppositions may strike those of us who are attracted by empiricism as eminently reasonable.
19. It is that the probabilistic idea is in accord with a kind of empiricism.
20. He noted that qualitative experience is lost when a reductionist empiricism seeks only quantitative generalizations.
21. But there is another characteristic strand to foundationalism, that of empiricism.
22. It is bald assertion, based on what economists call casual empiricism.
23. He opposed Buddhism in his whole life and the characteristics of his viewpoint of Buddhism were selfish departmentalism and empiricism.
24. Kant founded self - discipline ethical philosophy on the basis of having criticized empiricism.
25. That is why we have combatting subjectivism, which has two aspects: dogmatism and empiricism.
26. John Dewey criticizes Herbart's pedagogical doctrines violently, which shows the serious conflict be- tween the empiricism and the metaphysics out of German classical philosophy tradition.
27. English statesman, essayist, and philosopher, one of the great precursors of the tradition of British empiricism and of belief in the importance of scientific method.
28. Engds' epistemology of natural sciences is both different from the modern empiricism, rationalism, apriorism , and the theory of reflection.
29. The subjective causes of misdiagnosis via analyzing several clinical cases include insufficient knowledge of diseases, narrow way of thinking and empiricism.
30. In knowledge organization, the generation of theory has moved from an epistemic stance of pragmatism, to empiricism.
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