Empiricism-Denier

Empiricism-Denier: “Empiricism is self-refuting. Empiricism is nothing more than a philosophical faith. Empiricism is an idea that is not able to be tested by the scientific method.”  What such a “Empiricism-Denier” seem to not get is Empiricism is part of the scientific method (to me the scientific method has these presuppositions, it employs some expression of Methodological Naturalism and Scientific Realism. Then to me the scientific method is roughly broken down philosophically as a process of rationalism, empiricism, and methodological skepticism. Beyond the internal philosophies, experiments are basically the most important part of the scientific method arranged to test a hypostasis which are a conjecture, based on information obtained while formulating the question to test, because the scientific method employs a null-hypothesis standard as the general default position that all offered hypothesis are false. Thus, for a offered hypothesis to be seen as true it must prove itself by disproving the null hypothesis and showing grounds, warrant, and justification for believing that offered hypothesis reality accurate.” The philosophic processes being used for the scientific method in its experiments are presuppositionally using a correspondence theory of truth mindset, that the truth or falsity of a statement is determined only by how it relates to the world and whether it accurately describes i.e., corresponds with that world). A presupposition in general is an implicit assumption or an implied though often not plainly expressed agreement about the world or some background thinking/rationalisation(s)/belief(s) relating to propositions, claims, beliefs, statements or assertions that expresses a judgment or opinion. If one can understand how to see and expose hidden but agreed to presupposition a supernaturalist holds we can then use...