What “Jesuit Enneagram”?

Jerry Wagner

I’d like to respond to David Burke’s letter in the March 98 edition of the Enneagram Monthly. I’ve always liked William of Occham’s dictum: Entia non sunt multiplicantur, perhaps because it was one of the few Latin phrases I could translate. Literally it means Beings ought not to be multiplied, which is to say, “Don’t make up things when you don’t have to.” Or “Don’t explain something at a higher-level when a lower-level explanation will do.” ...

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