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nomology

the study of laws - as much those of physics as legal science - or legislations.
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Thus, based on Oliver's (1999a) nomologic network, the following hypotheses are proposed:
In the nomologic network proposed by Oliver (1999a), consumption value creates value-based satisfaction.
distinguish between assertions of law and assertions of fact, or, in the terminology of Von Kries, between nomologic and ontologic knowledge.
It is true that the axiom of the uniformity of nature, as the axiom of free mobility or any other axiom, is a nomologic proposition and not an "existential" proposition, for experience can neither prove nor disprove it.