methodological love

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Of or pertaining to methodology.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective Of or pertaining to methodology.

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  • adjective Of, pertaining to, or using methodology

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  • adjective relating to the methodology of some discipline

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Examples

  • For many years, the term methodological individualism was associated primarily with the work of Karl Popper.

    Methodological Individualism

  • Wireless industry trade group CTIA on Wednesday questioned the Federal Communications Commission's recent survey on cell phone bill shock, pointing to what it called methodological holes in the agency's analysis.

    Wireless industry tells the FCC its 'bill shock' survey is bunk

  • The third part makes some provocative claims about scientists using science to attain political ends and it also touches on methodological naturalism (which he calls methodological materialism):

    Thoughts in a Haystack

  • Quite a few of the posts in the blog are grounded in a theory of social ontology that I refer to as methodological localism.

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • Quite a few of the posts in the blog are grounded in a theory of social ontology that I refer to as methodological localism.

    What is "methodological localism"?

  • "Perhaps I shall call it methodological teleology."

    Creationism and Propaganda

  • "Perhaps I shall call it methodological teleology."

    Creationism and Propaganda

  • Ambiguity, most searching at least in methodological terms, Empson explores the complexities of language in one local analysis after another, such that the analyses of the various types of ambiguity reach a point where the author comes to confront what would later be christened, in deconstructive writing,

    History against Historicism, Formal Matters, and the Event of the Text: De Man with Benjamin

  • Wireless industry trade group CTIA on Wednesday questioned the Federal Communications Commission’s recent survey on cell phone bill shock, pointing to what it called methodological holes in the agency’s analysis.

    Wireless industry tells the FCC its 'bill shock' survey is bunk

  • Some claim that it is simply a matter of definition; thus Nancey Murphy: "¦ there is what we might call methodological atheism, which is by definition common to all natural science" (Murphy 2001, 464).

    Religion and Science

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