The belief that all events that occur have already been determined. (noun)
Examples of word predeterminism
FuzzySlurpers knows that repiggie Jesus rewards the virtuous with wealth and power, and the poor and the darker-skinned are sinners because of predeterminism.
This may be true, but the pervasive pattern of addictive behavior that finds its way into our economics, our politics, and our interpersonal relationships cannot be just explained away using genetic predeterminism.
A sobering look at how man may perceive himself in the future, particularly as ideas about genetic predeterminism takes the place of dying Darwinism.
She couldn't look at these soldiers anymore and see them merely as vessels for chemical codes for form and behavior; they'd become victims of genetic predeterminism.
This was an epigenetic view that allowed some minimal predeterminism.
African Doctor and attempted to deduce from his principles a form of rigid predeterminism little differing from fatalism.
In the meantime the class would take up with him the discussion of predeterminism as outlined in Tuesday's work.
Suffice it to say, there is nothing white people resent and fear more than poor, uneducated, victimized white people, who, by their very existence, threaten to expose the racial predeterminism the white bourgeoisie so desperately clings to as thinly veiled post hoc justifications for compounding acts of exploitation.