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Occam’s Razor: A Thought Regarding Academic Coaching

“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.” — Albert Einstein If a problem is to be solved, it must be properly conceptualized, and academic coaching provides an alternative to the notion that psychological problems are at … Continue reading

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Are Those who Dislike Obama Racist?: A Thought from Andrew J. Billups

Occam’s Razor (or The Law of Parsimony) states that the simplest explanation for what we observe is usually the one we should accept. If someone tells me that they don’t like George Bush because he cynically understated the cost of … Continue reading

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