Ockham

[ok-uh m]

Occam

or Ock·ham

[ok-uh m]
noun
  1. William of,died 1349?, English scholastic philosopher.
Related formsOc·cam·ism, nounOc·cam·ist, Oc·cam·ite, nounOc·cam·is·tic, adjective
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Ockham

Occam

noun
  1. William of. died ?1349, English nominalist philosopher, who contested the temporal power of the papacy and ended the conflict between nominalism and realismSee Ockham's razor

Occam

noun
  1. a variant spelling of (William of) Ockham
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