Definition of Determinist

1. Noun. Anyone who submits to the belief that they are powerless to change their destiny.




Definition of Determinist

1. n. One who believes in determinism. Also adj.; as, determinist theories.

Definition of Determinist

1. Noun. An advocate of determinism ¹

2. Adjective. Characteristic of determinism ¹

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Definition of Determinist

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Medical Definition of Determinist

1. One who believes in determinism. Also adj.; as, determinist theories. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Determinist

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Literary usage of Determinist

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1. Some Dogmas of Religion by John McTaggart Ellis McTaggart (1906)
"It is clear from all this that the determinist is not in the least inconsistent ... Deterrent punishment is justified for the determinist by the fact that ..."

2. Concepts of Philosophy by Alexander Thomas Ormond (1906)
"What we claim is that the believer in freedom is able to accept the whole budget and deal with it more intelligently than does the materialistic determinist ..."

3. Socialism and Character by Vida Dutton Scudder (1912)
"... with their balance of fine feeling and cultured instincts, and the age-long tradition behind them, win the day and rout the determinist ? ..."

4. Passion and Criminality in France: A Legal and Literary Study by Louis Proal (1901)
"... and determinist. He too has put a great deal of bad physi- 1 The incident is related by Livy, ..."

5. Outlines of the History of Ethics for English Readers by Henry Sidgwick (1896)
"The common judgment of ill-desert, according to the utilitarian determinist, is merely the expression of natural resentment moralised by sympathy and ..."

6. Review of Theology & Philosophy edited by Allan Menzies (1906)
"... can interfere with physical causation, and therefore a fortiori God may—a very precarious basis indeed for miracle in the light of determinist doctrine. ..."

7. Passion and Criminality: A Legal and Literary Study by Louis Proal, Alfred Richard Allinson (1905)
"... tasting the keenest pleasures, which the most elegant civilization has united in her person.—Sensualist to the core, Stendhal is a determinist as well. ..."

8. Elements of Metaphysics by Alfred Edward Taylor (1903)
"The determinist arguments stated. §6. They rest partly upon the false assumption that mechanical determination is the one and only principle of rational ..."

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