[ok-uh m] /ˈɒk əm/
William of, died 1349? English scholastic philosopher.
a variant spelling of (William of) Ockham
1. . 2. . 1. occasional 2. occasionally
[uh-key-zhuh n] /əˈkeɪ ʒən/ noun 1. a particular time, especially as marked by certain circumstances or occurrences: They met on three occasions. 2. a special or important time, event, ceremony, celebration, etc.: His birthday will be quite an occasion. 3. a convenient or favorable time, opportunity, or juncture: This slack period would be a good […]
[uh-key-zhuh-nl] /əˈkeɪ ʒə nl/ adjective 1. occurring or appearing at irregular or infrequent intervals; occurring now and then: an occasional headache. 2. intended for supplementary use when needed: an occasional chair. 3. pertaining to, arising out of, or intended for the : occasional verses. 4. acting or serving for the or only on particular . […]
[uh-key-zhuh-nl-iz-uh m] /əˈkeɪ ʒə nlˌɪz əm/ noun, Philosophy. 1. a theory that there is no natural interaction between mind and matter, but that God makes mental events correspond to physical perceptions and actions. /əˈkeɪʒənəˌlɪzəm/ noun 1. the post-Cartesian theory that the seeming interconnection of mind and matter is effected by God