Predeterminism vs Indeterminism - What's the difference?

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Predeterminism is an antonym of indeterminism.


As nouns the difference between predeterminism and indeterminism

is that predeterminism is the belief that all events that occur have already been determined while indeterminism is (ethics|religion|uncountable) the doctrine that all human actions are not so much determined by the preceding events, conditions, causes or karma as by deliberate choice or free will.

predeterminism

English

Noun

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

    * determinism * predestination * predetermined

    indeterminism

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (ethics, religion, uncountable) The doctrine that all human actions are not so much determined by the preceding events, conditions, causes or karma as by deliberate choice or free will.
  • (countable)
  • Synonyms

    * (doctrine) free will, libertarianism

    Antonyms

    * (doctrine) determinism, fatalism, predeterminism

    Derived terms

    * indeterminist * indeterministic

    See also

    * compatibilism * incompatibilism