Occam Quotes

Collection of top 25 famous quotes about Occam

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Occam Quotes By Benedict Smith: The word poetry comes from the Greek word The word poetry comes from the Greek word poiesis which just means "a making". So if you've made it, it's poetry. Even if it's breakfast. Benedict Smith
Occam Quotes By Phil Ochs: Only as strong as our love for this Only as strong as our love for this land, only as tall as we stand. Phil Ochs
Occam Quotes By Christophe Agou: Whether it is photography, assemblage art or filmmaking, Whether it is photography, assemblage art or filmmaking, my work is to see beneath the surface. — Christophe Agou
Occam Quotes By Paul Grimsley: Shave you mind with occam's razor everyday Shave you mind with occam's razor everyday — Paul Grimsley
Occam Quotes By Peter Clines: Occam's razor," she said. "Going up makes more Occam's razor," she said. "Going up makes more sense. — Peter Clines
Occam Quotes By Vince Flynn: I don't need men like Ross on my I don't need men like Ross on my side. I just need them to get out of my way. (Mitch Rapp) — Vince Flynn
Occam Quotes By Marina And The Diamonds: I love pop music because you can really I love pop music because you can really see what's currently happening in society. — Marina And The Diamonds
Occam Quotes By Steve Jobs: The axis today is not liberal and conservative, The axis today is not liberal and conservative, the axis is constructive-destructive. — Steve Jobs
Occam Quotes By William Of Occam: It is vain to do with more what It is vain to do with more what can be done with fewer. — William Of Occam
Occam Quotes By Robert Winston: Robots may cut down on infection and mean Robots may cut down on infection and mean a consultant can see more patients, but wouldn't you rather meet the doctor than a machine? — Robert Winston
Occam Quotes By William Of Occam: Plurality should not be posited without necessity. Plurality should not be posited without necessity. — William Of Occam
Occam Quotes By Marcus Tullius Cicero: In everything, without doubt, truth has the advantage In everything, without doubt, truth has the advantage over imitation. — Marcus Tullius Cicero
Occam Quotes By Frederick Douglass: For my part, I should prefer death to For my part, I should prefer death to hopeless bondage. — Frederick Douglass
Occam Quotes By Hilary Mantel: Occam's Razor shaves you closer. Occam's Razor shaves you closer. — Hilary Mantel
Occam Quotes By I. J. Good: When discussing complex systems like brains and other When discussing complex systems like brains and other societies, it is easy to oversimplify: I call this Occam's lobotomy. — I. J. Good
Occam Quotes By Brad Stone: he particularly admired a man named Frank Meeks, he particularly admired a man named Frank Meeks, — Brad Stone
Occam Quotes By Ray Liotta: I played pretend games as a kid, army, I played pretend games as a kid, army, whatever, but I never wanted to be an actor. — Ray Liotta
Occam Quotes By Kellan Lutz: I've never broken a bone in my body, I've never broken a bone in my body, even though I've done some extreme things. — Kellan Lutz
Occam Quotes By Stephen R. Covey: If you wait to be acted upon, you If you wait to be acted upon, you will be acted upon. And growth and opportunity consequences attend either road. — Stephen R. Covey
Occam Quotes By John Scalzi: Occam's razor theory of combat: The simplest way Occam's razor theory of combat: The simplest way of kicking someone's ass was usually the correct one. — John Scalzi
Occam Quotes By Horace Mann: If you wish to write well, study the If you wish to write well, study the life about you,
life in the public streets. — Horace Mann
Occam Quotes By Philip Roth: Simple is never that simple. Simple is never that simple. — Philip Roth
Occam Quotes By Karen Marie Moning: Occam's razor: The simplest explanation that accommodates all Occam's razor: The simplest explanation that accommodates all variables is most likely the truth. — Karen Marie Moning
Occam Quotes By John Crowley: With Occam's old razor she could slit the With Occam's old razor she could slit the throat of that idea. — John Crowley