9/7/14

“Occam’s razor” is a scientific principle, so named because philosopher William of Occam told scientists that it was best to “shave off” any assumptions, variables, or concepts that weren’t really necessary to explain what’s going on. I would argue that the same premise could be used for writing. Keep things simple. No need for Goldberg’s designs here.

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