Even if it were possible do so, many empirical questions
Whether identity diversity thus results in better group performance is another one of those empirical questions
As with all research, the extent to which this study's findings are applicable to other settings and other circumstances is an empirical question
that can best be determined through additional research.
But this is an empirical question
on which people of good will can disagree.
Ultimately, however, how social workers define useful knowledge--specifically, how social workers who read Social Work define useful journal content--is an empirical question
The benefit of leaving in questions that have already been mastered remains an empirical question
Pinker: Whether humans are mentally indistinguishable or not is an empirical question
, and we're not going to make people into clones by a desire that they be clones, even on the dubious premise that that is desirable.
By the way, this latter question about the effects on our humane sensibilities of the use and disposal of human embryos is an empirical question
The net effect on employment and wages may therefore be positive or negative; it is ultimately an empirical question
and one that requires a more sophisticated investigation that controls for other factors, such as changes in labor law.
The argument thus raises a major empirical question
about whether for some reason or another these two advanced societies have come to resemble each other more closely in recent decades; and a second, more speculative and interpretive issue of whether, if they are indeed now more alike than different, they constitute a model worth emulating.
Some commentators argue, however, that this first empirical question
need not detain us at all and that we do not even need to consider any empirical evidence, since it is so clear from the legislative intent of section 3501 that Congress meant to eliminate the Miranda warnings and return to the prior, less protective Due Process test.
An important empirical question
arises concerning the amount of revenue generated by traffic enforcement.
This is an empirical question
to be answered by evaluative studies.
It is an empirical question
that begs an answer; and critics of inclusive education will quickly raise this question (as they should).
Whether we observe such behavior is then an empirical question