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William of Ockham No more things should be presumed to exist than are absolutely necessary.
William of Ockham For nothing ought to be posited without a reason given, unless it is self-evident (literally, known through itself) or known by experience or proved by the authority of Sacred Scripture.
William of Ockham My God is the green tide in the spring leaves the redness of cherries high in the air the excitement of shooting stars the song of birds in summer branches the sunrise on a winter's morning the name o
William of Ockham The explanation requiring the fewest assumptions is most likely to be correct.