Let's Use Einstein's Safety Razor, Not Occam's Swiss Army Knife or Occam's Chainsaw

@article{Koleva2012LetsUE,
  title={Let's Use Einstein's Safety Razor, Not Occam's Swiss Army Knife or Occam's Chainsaw},
  author={Spassena P. Koleva and J. Haidt},
  journal={Psychological Inquiry},
  year={2012},
  volume={23},
  pages={175 - 178}
}
In 1945, Pablo Picasso distilled the essence of a bull. In 1946, Picasso’s 6-year-old niece asked him to draw a buffalo. Picasso told the child that he’d already done it, and he referred her to his drawing of a bull. The girl then asked for pictures of a yak, an impala, and a gazelle. Picasso’s response: see the bull. It’s the essence of all ungulates. The girl then asked for a picture of an animal. See the bull. It’s the essence of all animals. The girl ran away crying. This story did not… Expand
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