I perk up a bit when you mention Occam, but only his razor – a whole
bibliography on his razor! ? I was once caught up in Scholasticism, his
especially. . . I probably could be again.
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For the record, the bibliography on Occam at
Popper, K. 1959. The Logic of Scientific Discovery. London: Hutchinson.
· Argues that simplicity = empirical content = falsifiability.