|A 2020 Google-generated definition of "deterministic", meaning events determined by causes regarded as external to the will.|
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“The science of thermodynamics had its origin in severely practical problems relating to the efficiency of engines, but it was soon extended to cover the operations of nature as a whole. All this happened in the days when nature WAS assumed, without question, to be mechanical and deterministic.”— James Jeans (1933), The New Background of Science (pg. 261) (Ѻ)
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