Let's define Occam's razor as this:
- That it is not rational to believe something unnecessary or extra about reality without a specific reason to believe it. In other words, the facts that are required or assumed by some explanation are unnecessary beliefs if you could have chosen some different explanation, which didn't have those same fact requirements but is equally consistent with what is observed; it is irrational to believe the explanation requiring more unnecessary beliefs.
Does Hume believe this personally?
If so, does he also assume it in his Enquiry?
If he believes it, does he think it is a relation of ideas or a matter of fact?