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Simplicity

Simplicity is a state of being simple. It often connotes beauty.

According to Occam's razor, all other things being equal, the simplest theory is the most likely to be true -- hence the importance of the concept of simplicity in epistemology. According to Thomas Aquinas, God is infinitely simple.

 

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