Definition of Determinateness

1. Noun. The quality of being predictable with great confidence.

Exact synonyms: Definiteness
Specialized synonyms: Conclusiveness, Decisiveness, Finality
Generic synonyms: Predictability
Derivative terms: Definite, Determinate, Determinate



Definition of Determinateness

1. n. State of being determinate.

Definition of Determinateness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being determinate. ¹

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Definition of Determinateness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Determinateness

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determinateness (current term)
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determinedness
determiner

Literary usage of Determinateness

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1. The Number-system of Algebra: Treated Theoretically and Historically by Henry Burchard Fine (1890)
"Division by 0 does not conform to the law of determinateness; ... This exception to the determinateness of division may seem to raise an objection to the ..."

2. Hegel's Doctrine of Reflection: Being a Paraphrase and a Commentary by Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1881)
"It has its posited-being not in itself but in another, and it is determined only through the determinateness of the other, and this other is likewise ..."

3. Hegel's Logic: A Book on the Genesis of the Categories of the Mind : a by William Torrey Harris (1896)
"The insight of quality perceived the dependence and consequent "ideality" of the two elements or factors of determinateness. It announced that all ..."

4. Natural Philosophy by Wilhelm Ostwald (1910)
"... determinateness of Things. A very widespread view and a very grave one, ... determinateness ..."

5. Outlines of Logic and Metaphysics by Johann Eduard Erdmann (1896)
"The become is becoming that has come to a rest (it is or has become). B. FINITUDE (determinateness). (Cf. § § 42, 44.) (a) Something. ..."

6. The Philosophy of History by Augustus Schade, Rudolf Rocholl (1899)
"... the more he loses his pliability and gracefulness, the more apparent becomes his decisiveness and the more marked his inflexible determinateness. ..."

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