The claim that consumers and business investors are paralyzed by the state of public finances has never been empirically proved.
Though sensations are empirically conditioned, the entire natural world is noumenally grounded.
As in other dreams, the empirically known sequence of events is ignored.
empirically this small amount of variability is doubtless present, but the question arises, upon what does it depend?
The only reason we ignore this fact is because it is empirically taken for granted.
Such sequences may be empirically verified; they cannot be rationally understood.
empirically, of course, an awareness of self accompanies most of our thinking.
Time is not empirically conceived of; that is, it is not experimentally apprehended.
These concepts have been reached didactically and empirically.
Only in appearances can we empirically recognise continuity in the connection of times.
empirical em·pir·i·cal (ěm-pēr'ĭ-kəl)
Relying on or derived from observation or experiment.
Verifiable or provable by means of observation or experiment.
Of or being a philosophy of medicine emphasizing practical experience and observation over scientific theory.