1. Introduction

    • 1.1 Defining determinism

    • 1.2 Types of determinism

    • 1.2 Principles of determinism

    • 1.3 Varieties

    • 1.4 Correlations

    • Thesis Statement

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2. Philosophical connections

  • 2.1 Determinism and nature

  • 2.2 Determinism and free will

  • 2.3 Determinism and the soul

  • 2.4 Determinism and ethics

3. Concepts in Determinism

    • 3.1 The World as it is

    • 3.2 The nature of things at a time

    • 3.3 Thereafter

    • 3.4 Laws of nature

    • 3.5 Fixed

4. Epistemology of Determinism

    • 4.1 Laws again

    • 4.2 Experience

    • 4.3 Determinism and Chaos

    • 4.4 Metaphysical arguments

5. Status of Determinism in Major PhysicalTheories

    • 5.1 Classical mechanics

    • 5.2 Special Relativistic physics

    • 5.3 General Relativity (GTR)

    • 5.4 Quantum mechanics

6. Chance and Determinism

7. Human Action and Determinism

Conclusion:

  • Analytical summary

  • thesis reworded

References

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