Occam

NOUN
  1. English scholastic philosopher and assumed author of Occam's Razor (1285-1349)
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How To Use Occam In A Sentence

  • Occam's Razor is an intellectual tool that basically states that, given any two solutions to the same problem, the simpler solution will be the best.
  • Laws of assignment An occam process may assign values to its variables.
  • Occam, I have a suggestion: ask a bible believing preacher about why the left deifies their leaders. The press and Obama: where’s that lovin’ feeling?
  • Occam Given several shits, the simpler shit is more likely to be the true shit.
  • Some of the later doctors of the church, Durand and Occam, opposed this theory, though they proposed a nearly allied one, called "consubstantiation," that the body and blood are present with the bread and wine. The Age of the Reformation
  • Occam's razor: if not necessary, not by entity.
  • Thus no syntactically correct program in our restricted version occam can contain an execution error.
  • We see how each of the laws arises out of our informal understanding of how occam constructors work.
  • Theistic evolution at best includes God as an unnecessary rider in an otherwise purely naturalistic account of life. As such, theistic evolution violates Occam's razor.
  • Algebraic laws alone only allow us to prove one occam program equal to another.
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