Predeterminism vs Determinism - What's the difference?

predeterminism | determinism |

Determinism is a see also of predeterminism.

Determinism is a see also of predeterminism.

Predeterminism is a related term of determinism.


As nouns the difference between predeterminism and determinism

is that predeterminism is the belief that all events that occur have already been determined while determinism is (ethics) the doctrine that all actions are determined by the current state and immutable laws of the universe, with no possibility of choice.

predeterminism

English

Noun

(-)
  • The belief that all events that occur have already been determined.
  • See also

    * determinism * predestination * predetermined

    determinism

    English

    Noun

  • (ethics) The doctrine that all actions are determined by the current state and immutable laws of the universe, with no possibility of choice.
  • (computing) The property of having behavior determined only by initial state and input.
  • Synonyms

    * fatalism

    Antonyms

    * indeterminism

    See also

    * compatibilism * incompatibilism