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Use "empiricist" in a sentence
"Quine was a logical empiricist, which is a much broader category."
"In that case the rationalist will usually also be in favor of what is called free-will, and the empiricist will be a fatalist --"
"This so-called empiricist dogma of Sarpi, Galileo, Rene Descartes, Antonio Conti, et al., provided the basis for what John Maynard Keynes was to expose later as the morbid hoax of "black magic" speculator Isaac Newton."