Empiricism (Pronounced: im•peree•sizem)→ Noun.:
a) the practice of relying on observation and experiment especially in the natural sciences.
b) a theory that all knowledge originates in experience.
Example: “But his empiricism led him to believe that his son would learn on his own.”
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