Ockham's Razor Quotes (2 quotes)
Be suspicious of a theory if more and more hypotheses are needed to support it as new facts become available, or as new considerations are brought to bear.
If there are two theories, one simpler man the other, the simpler one is to be preferred. At first sight this does not seem quite so bad, but a little thought shows that our tendency to prefer the simpler possibility is psychological rather than scientific. It is less trouble to think that way. Experience invariably shows that the more correct a theory becomes, the more complex does it seem. So this interpretation of [Ockhams Razor] is worthless.