empirical

Empirical vs Essence - What's the difference?

empirical | essence |


As an adjective empirical

is pertaining to or based on experience.

As a noun essence is

(senseid)the inherent nature of a thing or idea.

Empirical vs Implied - What's the difference?

empirical | implied |


As adjectives the difference between empirical and implied

is that empirical is pertaining to or based on experience while implied is suggested without being stated directly.

As a verb implied is

(imply).

Empirical vs Reality - What's the difference?

empirical | reality |


As an adjective empirical

is pertaining to or based on experience.

As a noun reality is

the state of being actual or real.

Empirical vs Fundamental - What's the difference?

empirical | fundamental |


As adjectives the difference between empirical and fundamental

is that empirical is pertaining to or based on experience while fundamental is pertaining to the foundation or basis; serving for the foundation hence: essential, as an element, principle, or law; important; original; elementary.

As a noun fundamental is

a leading or primary principle, rule, law, or article, which serves as the groundwork of a system; essential part, as, the fundamentals of linear algebra.

Empirical vs Reflective - What's the difference?

empirical | reflective |


As adjectives the difference between empirical and reflective

is that empirical is pertaining to or based on experience while reflective is something which reflects, or redirects back to the source.

Empirical vs Perceptible - What's the difference?

empirical | perceptible |


As adjectives the difference between empirical and perceptible

is that empirical is pertaining to or based on experience while perceptible is able to be perceived, sensed, or discerned.

As a noun perceptible is

anything that can be perceived.

Manifest vs Empirical - What's the difference?

manifest | empirical |


As a noun manifest

is manifesto.

As an adjective empirical is

pertaining to or based on experience.

Ontological vs Empirical - What's the difference?

ontological | empirical |


As adjectives the difference between ontological and empirical

is that ontological is of, or relating to, ontology while empirical is pertaining to or based on experience.

Explicable vs Empirical - What's the difference?

explicable | empirical |


As adjectives the difference between explicable and empirical

is that explicable is able to be explained while empirical is pertaining to or based on experience.

Empirical vs Putative - What's the difference?

empirical | putative |


As adjectives the difference between empirical and putative

is that empirical is pertaining to or based on experience while putative is commonly believed or deemed to be the case; accepted by supposition rather than as a result of proof.

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