Definition of indeterminist in English:


Pronunciation /ˌindəˈtərmənəst/ /ˌɪndəˈtərmənəst/


See indeterminism

‘Like William James, Popper was an indeterminist who saw history as a series of unforeseeable events.’
  • ‘If actions originate from noncausal events as indeterminists claim, then they are chaotic and untamed.’
  • ‘Compatibilists could in principle be indeterminists but in fact are nearly always determinists.’
  • ‘Hence, it would seem that the indeterminist wants us to ground responsibility in the ability to act irrationally.’
  • ‘This is an argument that indeterminists like to use against determinists, since a world without regret is a sad world.’