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Stereotyping a person or a whole group of people does not help, especially if such labeling is rooted in biological determinism.
Power, happiness, self-determinism and opportunity are not zero-sum things.
Beyond our ability to see In the nineteenth century, microscopic determinism led to the first great success of probabilistic reasoning in physics: the kinetic theory of gases.
Researchers shy away from calling children psychopaths; the term carries too much stigma, and too much determinism.
I’d spent more than enough time thinking about determinism.
In her wonderful book Close to the Machine, author Ellen Ullman tells stories of technological determinism in action.
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DETERMINISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of determinism for English Language Learners
philosophy : the belief that all events are caused by things that happened before them and that people have no real ability to make choices or control what happens
medical Definition of determinism
- explained behavior by the combination of an environmental and a genetic determinism
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