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synonyms for fatalism

  • acceptance
  • determinism
  • passivity
  • predestinarianism
  • predestination
  • stoicism
  • destinism
  • necessitarianism
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Seasons upon seasons of coming up short can imbue a sense of fatalism in even the most optimistic supporters.
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Rather than sparking inspiration, it speaks of blatant fatalism about what is worth saving, a preference for the lofty and unpopulated … with delusions of innovation and heroism.
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It had had, he owned, its temporary value, as the necessary rebellion against fatalism and immobility and privilege.
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Jarvis discarded his fatalism, as he caught at this loophole.
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No fatalism is long proof against the call of love and June.
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"The roses of Konopisht," he muttered, thinking of Marishka's fatalism.
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He is accused of a leaning to fatalism, which he heartily denied, but which seems to follow from his logical conclusions.
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In war as elsewhere he was absorbed by a fatalism, such as Mohammedans sum up when they say "What is to be, will be."
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In this way Ibn Ezra endeavors to reconcile natural law (or astrological fatalism) with the ethical purpose of divine providence.
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