nonempirical

nonempirical

(ˌnɒnɪmˈpɪrɪkəl)
adj
not empirical, not based on or verified through observation and experimentation
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Azom, Integration of Nonempirical Shale Permeability Model in a Dual-Continuum Reservoir Simulator, 2013, https://www.onepetro.org/conference-paper/ SPE-167125-MS.
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Imagine you're a postdoctoral researcher in a nonempirical discipline, and you draft a paper with conclusions contrary to the dominant normative beliefs of most of your field's senior scholars.
Thus, this article does not focus on nonempirical studies.
They wrote there's "zero" evidence to say for certain whether what happened 13 billion years ago was a bang or bounce, and claim proponents of inflation theory are "promoting the idea of some kind of nonempirical science."
Published articles, conference abstracts, and clinical trial programs were excluded if they were published prior to 2000 or not in English, if they included nonrelevant populations (i.e., children, nonhuman, patient populations not listed above), or if the study was nonempirical or of unspecified methodology (e.g., letters, general review papers/discussion papers, descriptive narratives, and commentaries).
During the first round of screening, one of the coauthors manually examined the titles and abstracts, excluding all nonempirical studies.
The book covers empirical and nonempirical research methods, ethical considerations when conducting research, identifying and formulating research questions, nonexperimental research design, completing a literature search and literature review, experimental research and levels of evidence, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
Rather than succumb to this fear, engaged scholars need to recognize that various artifacts, empirical and nonempirical, can be produced for academic and nonacademic audiences as a research project unfolds.
Abstracting from religion, his work amounts to the "formulation of a generalized theory of the role of nonempirical existential ideas in relation to action" (Parsons 1938, p.