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Today, metaphysics is a branch of philosophy that, loosely speaking, deals with those assumptions which physicists make in the constructions of theories that are not grounded in empirical evidence.
The author has avoided technicalities, and has also resisted the temptation of the psychologist to indulge in metaphysics.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
Metaphysics and natural philosophy expressed the genius of Europe; he substricts the religion of Asia as the base.
With Aristotle, ethics formed only one branch of attention; his main inquiries were in reference to physics and metaphysics.
All that I had ever read in psychology and metaphysics came back to me.
MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN
Besides these spoils, the poet of to-day revels in the results of later metaphysics.
THE ARENAVARIOUS
In the Anglican doctorPage 119 it employs the dialectic and metaphysics of Aristotle.
COLLEGES IN AMERICAJOHN MARSHALL BARKER
At first, metaphysics attracted him, but soon theology became his favourite field.
We were within three hundred thousand miles of Metapor when we got the first indication of the change in metaphysics.
UNTHINKABLEROGER PHILLIPS GRAHAM
When neither he to whom we speak nor he who speaks to us understands, that is metaphysics.

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