Definition of logical empiricism in English:

logical empiricism

Syllabification: log·i·cal em·pir·i·cism

noun

See logical positivism.
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  • North American psychology's adherence to logical empiricism, circa 1950, derisively referred to theoretical psychology as ‘armchair psychology’ - a ‘counterfeit to the real thing’.

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