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Determinismus[1] est generale philosophiae propositum quod adfirmat esse omnibus rebus quae fiant tales condiciones ut nihil aliter fieri possit.

Determinismus qui liberum arbitrium? admittit? compatibilismus? appellatur.

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Axters, S. (1937). Scholastiek lexicon Latijn-Nederlandsch. Antwerpen: Geloofsverdediging.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Dennett, Daniel. 2003. Freedom Evolves. Viking Penguin.
  • Earman, John. 2007. "Aspects of Determinism in Modern Physics." In Philosophy of Physics, Part B, edd. J. Butterfield et John Earma, 1369-1434. North Holland.
  • Ellis, Georgius. 2005. "Physics and the Real World." Physics Today.
  • Epstein, J. M. 1999. "Agent Based Models and Generative Social Science." Complexity 4(5).
  • Epstein, J. M., et R. Axtell. 1996. Growing Artificial Societies: Social Science from the Bottom. Cantabrigiae Massachusettae: MIT Press.
  • Kenrick, D. T., N. P. Li, et J. Butner. 2003. "Dynamical evolutionary psychology: Individual decision rules and emergent social norms." Psychological Review 110: 3–28.
  • Messiah, Albert. 1966. Quantum Mechanics. Liber conversus a G. M. Temmer, Mécanique Quantique. John Wiley and Sons, vol. I, capitulum IV, sectio III.
  • Nowak A., R. R. Vallacher, A. Tesser A., et W. Borkowski. 2000. "Society of Self: The emergence of collective properties in self-structure." Psychological Review 107.
  • Schimbera, Jürgen, et Peter Schimbera. 2010. Determination des Indeterminierten: Kritische Anmerkungen zur Determinismus- und Freiheitskontroverse. Hamburgi: Verlag Dr. Kovac. ISBN=978-3-8300-5099-5.


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