Meaning of mechanistically in English:



See mechanistic

‘So there's no evidence, mechanistically, on either side of the hypothesis.’
  • ‘One of my objections to the hypothesis has been that it's hard to rationalize, mechanistically.’
  • ‘This may be so even though they may differ mechanistically.’
  • ‘Comics were the products of mechanistic, capitalist production, he argued, and could therefore affect children's minds mechanistically.’
  • ‘In truth, Labour saw education mechanistically - either as an engine of productivity or an engine of social justice.’