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Determinism is the doctrine that events are determined by natural causes.

  • Determinism is the philosophical doctrine that every event in the universe is the inevitable consequence of a preceding cause. [1]

Incompatibilism views it as being in conflict with the doctrine of free will, while Compatibilism sees no conflict between the two.

See also