Occamism


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Occamism

1. the precepts and ideas of William of Occam, 14th-century English Scholastic.
2. support of his precepts. — Occamist, Occamite, n.Occamistic, adj.
See also: Theology
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Thus, Occamism tended toward a semi-Pelagian tendency in which God's grace was humanity's assistance to work and overcome sin.
Janz notes that for Occamism, "the natural human act [was] the decisive factor in human salvation.