nonempirical

adjective non·em·pir·i·cal \ ˌnän-im-ˈpir-i-kəl , -em- \

Definition of nonempirical

:not empirical
  • nonempirical evidence/beliefs
  • The … model has been criticized for having a relatively unscientific, nonempirical basis …
  • —Nancy Melucci

First Known Use of nonempirical

1838


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