A Counterpart of Occam’s Razor
This chapter combines two papers on a counterpart of the famous methodological tool developed by Occam in the 14th century: [1960, 6], on the use of the counterpart in ontology, and [1961, 1], on its semantical applications. By combining the two papers repetitions have been avoided and the introductions merged. Other changes are minor.
KeywordsSugar Opium Clarification Chalk Fetishism
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