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April 9 in freethought history…

April 9, 1347 – English friar William of Ockham dies in what is now Munich, Germany. He is best known by his namesake Ockham’s Razor (also Occam’s Razor), the “law of parsimony” that suggests that the hypothesis with the fewest … Continue reading

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