We don't need to theorize how people would feel about this.
Could those who theorize that climate change is a conspiracy actually have it right?
This led some students and scholars to theorize that the university named its football stadium for Mr.
Some theorize that bats are predisposed to hosting viruses owing to their diet of bugs, blood, and rotting fruit.
Others theorize that Nefertiti may have ruled — but while she was disguised as a man.
Still others theorize that no overall arrangement of Talmudic material was made until the end of the 4th century.
But experts theorize that the common threads in coronaviruses lie deep within the cell, beyond the spike proteins on the surface.
One of the key issues confronting a semanticist attempting to theorize about epistemic modals is what to do about this lack of reference.
For instance, it is impossible, Sami Schalk argues, to theorize the intersection of race and disability without considering both disability and ability.
Going back to the case of the flatness problem, it's easy to theorize some potential explanations for what would cause the Universe to appear flat today.
Roughly 2,337 cases and 17 deaths have been reported as of Tuesday, leading some experts to theorize the country may be underplaying the disease's spread and severity.
I’ll also leave it to others to theorize about what the Night King’s flame retardancy might suggest about his lineage and whatnot, though I guess it doesn’t matter anymore anyway.
In this issue of PLoS Biology, Jian Liu and colleagues theorize that endocytosis is coordinated in both types of cells by processes that affect and respond to the curvature of cell membranes.
The scale of the endeavor and its timing — months before the November U.S. elections — have prompted some cybersecurity experts to theorize that the attack masked a more nefarious campaign to seize sensitive data.
Nowak, in a forthcoming edition of his book “Supercooperators,” expresses an eagerness to learn from his detractors, but maintains that inclusive fitness is a useless “gyration,” characterized by a tendency to “theorize without precision.”
He memorized Holmes’s rules, as if they were catechism: “It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data”; “never trust to general impressions, my boy, but concentrate yourself upon details”; “there is nothing more deceptive than an obvious fact.”
Meis visited the C.D.C. last summer to share research and theorize that the same thing is happening with C. auris, which is also found in the soil: Azoles have created an environment so hostile that the fungi are evolving, with resistant strains surviving.
While scientists have no clear understanding of the mechanisms that prevent the fact-resistant humans from absorbing data, they theorize that the strain may have developed the ability to intercept and discard information en route from the auditory nerve to the brain.
Beyond Sanders failing to turn out young voters in particular on Election Day, some election analysts theorize that because Clinton was a far more unpopular and polarizing figure than Biden, Sanders' 2016 primary voters may have been more negatively motivated to cast a vote against Clinton than positively motivated to explicitly vote for Sanders and his platform.
In summary, Wright's understanding of science and its method are distinguished by (1) his refusal to theorize about sense data and his consequent grounding of empiricism in the type of data available to everyday perceiving, (2) his nuanced treatment of induction, which rejects Cartesian starting points, and (3) his combination of verification with methodological realism about theoretical entities.
- to believe especially on uncertain or tentative grounds
- construct a theory about
Example: Galileo theorized the motion of the stars
- form or construct theories
Example: he thinks and theorizes all day
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In summary Wright's understanding of science and its method are distinguished by 1 his refusal to theorize about sense data and his consequent grounding of empiricism in the type of data available to everyday perceiving 2 his nuanced treatment of induction which rejects Cartesian starting points and 3 his combination of verification with methodological realism about theoretical entities