William of Ockham

posted by Kaihsu Tai on April 10th, 2006

According to the Anglican liturgical calendar, today is the feast day of William of Ockham, so I will try to be brief. Yesterday was the anniversary of the martyrdom of St Dietrich, in addition to being Palm Sunday by current Gregorian reckoning.

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  1. On April 10, 2006 at 17:33 Adam (Southern California) said:

    Ockham, of course, was renowned for having the closest shave in the British Isles, and his principles on male grooming held for centuries before being usurped by King Gillette.