Saturday, June 04, 2011

the anti-razor.

“Whenever an affirmative proposition is truly stated of things, if one thing does not suffice to account for that proposition’s truth, then one must posit two things, and if two do not suffice, then three, and so on to infinity.”

pseudo-Campsall, Logica 41.19 (Pasnau’s trans., Metaphysical Themes, p. 291)


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