devoid of content

devoid of content
lacking substance

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  • BAUMGARDT, DAVID — (1890–1963), philosopher. In 1924 he was appointed lecturer in philosophy at the University of Berlin where he later was professor (1932–35). In 1935 he was visiting professor at the University of Madrid where he lectured on Maimonides at the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • Statistical inference — In statistics, statistical inference is the process of drawing conclusions from data that are subject to random variation, for example, observational errors or sampling variation.[1] More substantially, the terms statistical inference,… …   Wikipedia

  • Vacuous truth — A vacuous truth is a truth that is devoid of content because it asserts something about all members of a class that is empty or because it says If A then B when in fact A is false. For example, the statement all cell phones in the room are turned …   Wikipedia

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