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scientific

(sī′ən-tĭf′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or employing the methodology of science.

sci′en·tif′i·cal·ly adv.
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Even if a study of natural science, no matter how strictly it requires scientificity, it is still not lack of some "romantic" ideals.
Successful lesson example can always present the high scientificity and artistry in teaching.
In fact, the previous determination of the "sense" of the Welle satisfied in a meaningful way the need for an extra-musical "sense" of (a form of) music; hence, by negating the theoretical cogency of this result, it should also be evaluated whether the gain of cogency and scientificity is worthier than the exclusion of the quest for a universal not-merely-formalistic "sense".
As he (rightly) tells it, "economists are all too often preoccupied with petty mathematical problems of interest only to themselves," with "purely theoretical and highly ideological speculations" and "ways of acquiring the appearance of scientificity without having to answer the far more complex questions posed by the world we live in." "The truth is that economics should never have sought to divorce itself from the other social sciences and can advance only in conjunction with them" (pp.
Nearly all chapters rely on an academic style through references to social sciences literature and appeals to rigor and scientificity. The RWO director's chapter uses a different approach.
Similar to the way in which Media Ecology emerged as a branch of media studies and gained validity and scientificity after considerable research had been undertaken (and many papers published), Professor Shao Peiren & Yang Liping's Media Geography: A Study of Media as Cultural Landscape (2010) and media geography were recognised as a valid discipline in the realm of media and communication albeit after much painstaking effort.
Considering the quality of surveillance and the data scientificity, it was ensured that the monitoring operation should cover the entire medical and health institutions with obstetrics departments.
(4) The over-appreciation of evidence-based practices, in the search for disciplinary scientificity, help to recognize nursing as an applied science in which practical work is mostly technical work.
Femininity - Femininity + Analyticity, constructivism, (analytical construction) Rationality Objectivity Universality Coordination Sociality Competitivity Scientificity Artisticity (synesthesia) Progress Masculinity - Masculinity + Hallmark cultural expressions of this stage are Descartes' view of the world as a mechanism and dicta like Leibniz's "We live in the best possible world" or Hegel's "(not only is everything that is real rational, but also) everything that is rational is real."

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