predetermination[ pree-di-tur-min ]SEE DEFINITION OF predetermination
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PREDETERMINATION
God's absolute decree and predetermination of all events, good or evil.
But the predetermination of the new Thomists is not perhaps exactly that which one needs.
That is involved in prevision and predetermination, and forms the reason thereof.
It heard with predetermination, and decided without evidence.
This is indeed shifting the argument; for if Gods knowledge makes an event certain, of course it is not his predetermination.
What effect this predetermination of character has had upon his artistic development shall be discussed in another place.
The man who pays is the real enthusiast; he comes with a predetermination to be amused, and his spirit is exalted accordingly.
Predetermination on the part of many has been fatal to the value of their field work.
This circumstance wears the look of almost a predetermination to accept defeat.
But in her heart she was convinced of its predetermination by some power other than her own volition.