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In its original form, the razor went something like, "Do not multiply entities unnecessarily." If theory T1 requires n unobservables and theory T2 requires m unobservables, and if n < m, then T1 is preferable (modulo the razor). Now with presentism, we don't have all times given. But with eternalism, is it correct to speak of "times" ...


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