Today I'll write about an addition to the Phil. Notes. This concerns the "The Efficiency Argument".
Parsimony is important for objectivity to obtain at all. It connects with inter-subjectivity and agreement on status of reality! Parsimony thus enters the list above, "The Efficiency Argument entails:". I've been thinking of parsimony earlier as part of HDM, being proof to more than one person, but I guess people want it specified as an own point in itself that I respect by this. One formal reference to Parsimony is Mulaik, 1989, p. 329 that is cited by Donald Gillies. A recommended book is on this note, Phil. of Science in the Twenth. Cent. - 4 Cent. Themes, by Donald Gillies, 1993, Blackwell. (Not the Chicago Style order of reference.)
Note1: First written to Facebook today, about time: 13:28, date: 26.08.2011.