noun plural but singular in construction met·empirics \"+\

Definition of metempirics

  1. :  the study of concepts and relationships conceived as beyond and yet related to knowledge gained empirically metempirics sweeps out of this region in search of the otherness of things — G. H. Lewes

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Origin and Etymology of metempirics

plural of metempiric

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