Definition of Empiricists

1. Noun. (plural of empiricist) ¹



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Definition of Empiricists

1. empiricist [n] - See also: empiricist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Empiricists

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empiric treatment
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empirical ego
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empirical research
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empiricist philosophy
empiricists (current term)
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Literary usage of Empiricists

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1. An Introduction to Philosophy by Orlin Ottman Fletcher (1913)
"The Earlier empiricists § 4o. General View. — The Sophists were empiricists, and since their time Empiricism has had continuous representation in Philosophy ..."

2. Introduction to Ethics by Frank Thilly (1900)
"The empiricists. — But there is another school of moralists, which denies that ... We may call the advocates of this view empiricists (from the Greek word ..."

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