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  1. Occam's Razor. Occam's Razor is a corollary that can be applied to any complex situation. Taking away the supernatural and the incredible, the simplest explanation is usually true. It featured prominently in the movie Contact with Jody Foster (of which a thought provoking review can be found here).
  2. Principle established by the logician William of Ockham in the 14th century. Like the Principle of Parsimony, this theory states that one should not make unnecessary assumptions and that the answer to a problem is often the simplest. It is the basis of methodological reductionalism and applications of its principles are commonly used in modern strategy and economics. *also "ockham's razor".
  3. OCCAM’S RAZOR IN KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY 3 Put another way, the results in Blumer et al. () only say that if we select a su ciently small set of models prior to looking at the data, and by good fortune one of those models closely agrees with the data, we can be con dent that it .
  4. Jan 05,  · I wish this feature was incorporated on the Occam’s safety razor. Both shaves were uneventful and drama free, exactly what I would expect from my EJ DE It is definitely on the mild side which, personally, i’m starting to appreciate.
  5. Occam's Razor A brand new line of safety razor's. The Occam's Razor line features a Double Edge safety razor specifically designed and manufactured to be perfect for beginners. Their line of single edge razors is also very impressive.
  6. Occam’s razor, principle stated by the Scholastic philosopher William of Ockham (–/49) that ‘plurality should not be posited without necessity.’ The principle gives precedence to simplicity: of two competing theories, the simpler explanation of an entity is to be preferred.
  7. Maxwell-Dirac Theory and Occam's Razor: Unified Field, Elementary Particles, and Nuclear Interactions by András Kovács, Giorgio Vassallo, et al. | Jul 1, out of 5 stars 2.
  8. All the way back in the 12th century, the Franciscan friar William of Ockham gave the world a rule: "Plurality must never be posited without necessity." Put more simply, the simplest answer - that is, the answer that requires the fewest assumptions - is generally the correct one.. In the plus years since Friar William laid down his maxim, logicians have turned it into a rule: Occam's razor.

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