I want to write a sentence with the same meaning as:
It holds fast to Occam's Razor as a principle
A simpler version of the above is:
It holds Occam's Razor as a principle
I want to arrange the phrases to make something that sounds like this:
It holds fast as a principle/Occam's Razor
(where the "/" indicates pause in pronunciation) How would I be able to write such a sentence?
If you want more context: It's character talking in first person about how his mind still operate by the principle of Occam's Razor (The principle rejecting complex theories when a simpler one of equal quality is present) even though wild conjectures crowds his mind.
At times, multitudinous conjectures of the utmost wildness crowd my mind, However, tattered and constitutionally feeble my rational faculty may be, it holds fast as a principle Occam's Razor.