OTHER WORDS FROM determinismde·ter·min·ist, noun, adjectivede·ter·min·is·tic [dih-tur-muh-nis-tik] /dɪˌtɜr məˈnɪs tɪk/ adjectivenon·de·ter·min·ist, noun, adjective
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This view, known as technological determinism, is historically flawed, politically dangerous, and ethically questionable.
Biological determinism, the idea that human behavior is entirely innate, rightly makes people nervous.
This son has begun thrumming the strings of hereditary determinism, and is finding them holding taut.Michael Hainey and Aleksandar Hemon’s Chicago Dreams|Chris Wallace|March 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“The idea that our genes control our fates is called genetic determinism,” Lewis says.
I have discussed this question at length in my "Determinism or Free Will."Theism or Atheism|Chapman Cohen
The same method should be followed with all the other expressions in the Bible which appear to teach determinism.
We shall see that Hasdai Crescas was more consistent, and admitted determinism.
In the present instance the objections to determinism are much greater and more serious than those to freedom.
This determinism is in the one case what Bergson calls "radical finalism," and in the other "radical mechanism."The Behavior of Crowds|Everett Dean Martin
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Derived forms of determinismdeterminist, noun, adjectivedeterministic, adjective
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In ethics, the view that human actions are entirely controlled by previous conditions, operating under laws of nature. Determinism is often understood as ruling out free will.